More Plant-Based Products Hit the Shelves of Marks & Spencer
The British retailer launched its vegan-friendly food range Plant Kitchen in January 2019, proving to be very popular ever since.
Now, as 2020 begins along with vegan campaign Veganuary, M&S are expanding on the current collection and launching some interesting plant-based products.
A few of the new additions include No Chicken Kiev’s filled with a creamy garlic sauce, No Tuna & Sweetcorn Sandwich, crispy No Duck Spring Rolls filled with shredded soya protein with hoisin sauce, Tofish and Chips and a No Smoked Salmon Potato Salad.
Director of product development for M&S, April Preston, commented: “Veganism is a trend that we are absolutely loving at M&S and as our customers continue to experiment and adopt more flexitarian diets, we too are having fun creating new products to fit within this. Following the successful launch of our amazing Plant Kitchen range last year, we’ve turned the heat up and have challenged ourselves to create some of the best vegan-friendly products on the high street, focusing particularly on turning well-loved products into plant-based versions and celebrating vegetables in all their forms!”
I do not understand why this line of produce can be called plant food, suitable for vegans etc when many of the products are made with dairy. Cows milk is not plant based and I think it is misleading.