New Vegan Food Launching in January 2019
Greggs Vegan Sausage Roll
Last year, more than 20,000 PETA supporters signed a petition asking Greggs for a vegan sausage roll – and the company listened. Currently offered in 950 stores, the pastry will soon be available in all of them. But you have to be fast – these beauties are selling out daily! Since they contain more protein than their meat-filled counterparts, you can’t help but wonder where meat-eaters get their protein.
Frankie & Benny’s Vegan Options
Following a collaboration with PETA, the Italian-American chain now offers 20 irresistible vegan options, including a “chicken parmigiana”, mac ‘n’ cheese, burgers, hot dogs, nuggets, garlic pizza bread with “mozzarella”, BBQ “chicken” pizza, a show-stopping sundae with vegan marshmallows, chocolate lava cake, and more.
Head here to get an exclusive PETA discount on the restaurant’s vegan offering.
Zizzi Quattro No-Maggi Pizza
The Quattro No-Maggi pizza is the first of its kind on the high street: a vegan four cheese pizza. Delicious dairy-free Cheddar, blue, smoked, and mozzarella cheeses are stacked on top of one another to blow your mind.
Sophie’s Kitchen at Sainsbury’s
Sophie’s Kitchen’s vegan prawns and fish-free salmon are off the hook – proof that you can get the taste of the sea without hurting anyone. Both are coming to a Sainsbury’s near you.
Iceland No Cheese Pizzas
Iceland’s No Cheese Pizzas are a new addition to the supermarket’s beloved vegan range. The Italian classic comes in two varieties: Houmous and Italian Garden.
Harvester’s New Vegan Dishes
Harvester has added exciting new options to its existing vegan offering for January, such as the Moving Mountains plant-based burger and three tasty vegan desserts, including a dairy-free ice cream sundae.
Marks & Spencer Plant Kitchen Range
Marks & Spencer launched a new range of vegan food, which includes ready meals, snacks, desserts, and more. You can choose from 60 different options, such as Cauliflower Popcorn, Cashew Mac, Mexican Supergrains, and more.
Sainsbury’s Vegan Range
The supermarket giant has added 25 new products to its vegan offering, including international favourite vegan meat brand Gardein, seitan bacon by Upton’s Naturals, and own-brand Love Your Veg! goodies.
Pizza Hut Vegan Jack ‘n’ Ch**se Pizza
The Vegan Jack ‘n’ Ch**se Pizza is topped with Violife’s dairy-free cheese, sweetcorn, red onions, peppers, and BBQ jackfruit – all finished off with a drizzle of BBQ sauce.
Waitrose Vegan Fishless Fingers
Made from breaded tofu with seaweed, Waitrose’s own-brand Fishless Fingers provide a fish-friendly taste of the sea that’s great to have as a side or in a sandwich with crispy lettuce and some vegan mayo.
Boots Vegan Sandwiches
Boots has added vegan BLT and All Day Breakfast sandwiches to its grab-and-go options. The BLT features a delicious mix of flavours – maple syrup–roasted carrot, vegan mayo, and tomatoes – and the All Day Breakfast showcases turmeric tofu and vegan sausage.
TGI Fridays Vegan Burger
Following a successful vegan burger launch in the US, TGI Fridays has brought one to the UK. The “bleeding” vegan patty is said to have a delicious, succulent flavour and is packed with plant protein.
Giraffe Vegan Specials
Giraffe’s brand-new vegan menu section has plenty on offer, including a plant-based burger, a jackfruit curry, a chocolate and coconut torte, and vegetable gyoza. The options are set to be available until the end of March, so be sure to grab them while they’re hot.
Take Our 30-Day Vegan Pledge
If all these exciting new options have got you thinking about going vegan, take our 30-day vegan pledge. Every week, we’ll send you meal plans, recipes, and tips on having a balanced diet, choosing vegan clothes and cruelty-free cosmetics, and showing compassion for animals in other areas of your life.