We’re only six days into 2019 and it already looks as though this could be the year that sees veganism explode even further into mainstream culture.

Over the past two weeks, Greggs the bakers went viral over the launch of their vegan sausage roll, McDonalds announced their vegan Happy Meal, and a record number of people have signed up to Veganuary, pledging to begin their new year by adopting a kind and ethical diet.

And it’s not just high street fast food outlets who are finally realising and meeting consumer’s demands, major supermarkets are also filling their freezers and lining their shelves with delicious ranges of plant-based meals. 

With so many cruelty free options now available, there are literally no excuses left for not cutting out animal based products!

Love Your Veg, by Sainsbury’s
Sainsbury’s Love Your Veg range offers some really flavoursome winter warmers. From Katsu Curry, Rainbow Vegetable Stew with Dumplings to Chilli Bean non Carne – ideal for stocking up the freezer with over the colder months.
Sainsburys Love Your Veg Katsu Curry

Waitrose Own-Brand Vegan Range
Waitrose has launched a huge amount of vegan products recently, offering an amazing selection of meat and dairy-free pizzas, ‘fish-less’ fingers, Mac and Cheese and pasta dishes. Literally spoilt for choice!

waitrose vegan mac and greens

Plant Kitchen, by Marks and Spencer
M&S’s new plant based range boasts over 60 items on offer! With plentiful flavours and textures available in this range, you can expect to find meat and dairy free coleslaw and potato salads, cauliflower popcorn, Thai Green Curry and sourdough pizzas. Plant Kitchen’s packaging is also widely recycled. 

mark and spencer plant kitchen cauliflowerpopcorn

No Bull, by Iceland
Following the success of their No Bull burger, Iceland have expanded their meat free range to include vegan mince, no chick chunks, meatballs, sausages and more. Better still products are priced from as little as £2.00!
iceland no bull vegan burgers

V-Taste, by Morrisons
Morrison’s V-Taste range includes a tasty array of vegan wraps, meals, cheeses and desserts, offering something for everyone. Latest additions to the range includes their Red Velvet and Chocolate cupcakes topped with frosting and sugar stars.
Morrisons Vegan Paella
Wicked Kitchen, by Tesco
Tesco launched their vegan range in January last year and have since doubled their product offerings. The range includes hearty plant based pies, vegan sausage rolls, sourdough pizzas and ‘wicked’ desserts.

tesco wicked kitchen vegan range

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