Amazing new vegan products released in July 2018!

Posted on the 1st August 2018

With vegan products hitting shelves and menus on a daily basis, it has never been easier to go vegan! Here are some of our favourite new products that were released in July 2018.

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Sainsbury’s Love Your Veg! Sweet Potato Katsu Curry
Sainsbury’s have recently brought out more than 20 meat-free products, the vast majority  of which are vegan friendly. These include ready-meals, such as the Sweet Potato Katsu Curry. A delicious and filling ready-meal, perfect for those days where you want a decent meal, but simply don’t have the time to cook.

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Sainsbury’s Shroomdogs
As well as the above, Sainsbury’s have also re-released their Caramelised Onion and Cumberland-Style Shroomdogs; high-protein sausages made from mushrooms and pea protein. Previously, these contained eggs – so thank you Sainsbury’s for making them vegan!

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Naturli’ spreadable
Sainsbury’s are killing it when it comes to new and exciting vegan products! As well as previously releasing the Naturli’ brand mince and patties, they have also gone one further and released the Naturli’ spreadable. This is by far one of the best vegan butter-alternatives we have come across; it will certainly fool any non-vegans you give it to. As a bonus, the spread is palm-oil free.

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Asda own-brand green and red pesto
Other supermarkets have also upped their vegan game as of late. Asda have recently released two vegan pestos. Not only are they delicious, they are also very reasonably priced. Perfect on pasta.

 

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Chipotle’s vegan sofritas
The Chipotle sofritas was only previously available in the USA, but has now been released at all six of Chipotle’s London stores. It is made from crumbled tofu that has been braised with traditional sofrito aromatics, including onion, garlic, tomato, green pepper, chipotle pepper, and oregano. According to Chipotle it may make you “question your meathood!”

 

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Boots vegan Belgian chocolate cake
Even though vegan options are easy to come by nowadays, especially on the high street, vegan cake is not. But have no fear! Boots has you covered! The Belgian chocolate cake is available in the ‘food to go’ section in larger Boots stores.

 

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Amy’s Kitchen Breakfast Scramble Wrap
Another US import! The Amy’s Kitchen Breakfast Wrap features tofu scramble, hash browns, tomatoes and a mix of vegetables. It is currently available in Asda and makes the perfect on-the-go breakfast. Great for those who have over-slept but still need some sustenance.

 

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Tesco vegetable sushi
Ready-made sushi on the high street may be a little difficult to come across, however, Tesco have recently changed the recipe for their vegetarian sushi pack to make it vegan! The sushi pack consists of ginger and chilli edamame California rolls, hosomaki, and soy sauce. Although it may be lacking in size, it certainly doesn’t lack in flavour and makes a great snack.

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Halo Top dairy-free ice creams
Available in Toasted Coconut, Peanut Butter Cup and Sea Salt Caramel flavours, these are the first vegan releases by lower-calories brand, Halo Top. As well as being lower in calories than most other conventional ice creams (vegan or otherwise) they are also high in protein and, most importantly, delicious.

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