Warrens Bakery, Cornwall’s oldest bakery, has created a brand-new range of vegan pasties.
The flavours include a vegan green Thai, and a vegan fiery Mexican.
offering an easy and accessible vegan-friendly option on the high street.
A spokesperson said: “Handcrafted and freshly baked by the expert team, the Vegan Green Thai Pasty offers a classic taste of the Far East, with creamy coconut and an aromatic blend of Thai spices, packed with pulses and veggies including chick peas, broad beans and sweetcorn.
“Meanwhile, spice lovers’ taste buds will be put to the test with the super-hot Vegan Fiery Mexican Pasty, with red kidney beans, chilli, chickpeas, potato and swede.”
Jason Jobling, master baker at Warrens Bakery added: “We’ve developed these pasties using the finest ingredients and even created a new pastry blend of wholemeal and white flour to complement the flavours. Our new vegan pasties are hearty, wholesome and contain all of the star credentials of our traditional range. We are delighted that our award-winning Cornish pasties will now be able to be enjoyed by all.”
The all-new vegan pasties will launch into the Warrens Bakery portfolio of over 50 bakeries in Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Bristol as well as their first franchise store, opening in Birmingham later this month.
Established in 1860, the bakery has received a long list of accolades for its pasties and artisan sweet bakes. In the last two years, it’s been recognised in the prestigious Craft Business Award in the Baking Industry Awards and has won a haul of awards at The British Pie Awards and the World Pasty Championships in 2016.