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Food & Beverage

Deliveroo and Burger King Will Offer Free Vegan Royales to Push Meat Free Mondays

After news that the vegan category on Deliveroo has grown by 107% over the past year, the foodservice delivery app is teaming up with fast-food giant Burger King to promote Meat Free Mondays by offering customers a free Vegan Royale across the UK. Having launched the Vegan Royale nationwide in the UK in late April this year, Burger King has been investing in and growing its plant-based output, so far staying ahead of its rivals in the global QSR domain. Burger King UK’s CEO was even recently quoted as saying that half of the menu will be plant-based by 2030. As part of this drive, Burger King introduced its Meat Free Mondays, offering deals on its plant-based range for BK app users. The latest promotion …



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Market & Trends

Vegan Category on Deliveroo Has Grown 107% with 50% of Orders Containing Plant-Based Grocery Items

This week, Vegan Women Summit (VWS) – the organization dedicated to empowering women in the industry – hosted VWS Deep Dive: Plant-based Consumer Trends, the first-of-its-kind expert panel with grocery and food delivery platforms Instacart and Deliveroo, revealing breaking insights on the plant-based industry.  “Half of the UK population are expected to have a flexitarian diet by 2025” – Elena Devis, Deliveroo The global on-demand delivery experts revealed that over 50% of Deliveroo orders now contain vegan grocery items and one-third of Instacart purchases include a vegan dairy or meat item. The vegan category on Deliveroo has grown 107% in the past year on its platform and is the fastest growing area of growth.  The Importance of Search Terms The eye-opening insights on the plant-based …


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Fairs & Events

Veganuary 2021: Vegan Deliveroo +146%, M&S Vegan Beef Sells Every 30 Seconds, Vegan Meatballs Fastest Best-Sellers in Pret’s History

Veganuary 2021 has come to an end and has revealed some outstanding figures. In total, an official number of 582,538 people signed-up (not counting those who took part unofficially without signing up), far exceeding the target of 500,000. The groundbreaking initiative has also inspired an explosion of plant-based product launches, menu items and market activity.  Hundreds of new plant-based products launched in conjunction with the organisation and many initial sales have exceeded expectations. UK restaurant Leon released its Vegan Sweet Carolina BBQ Burger and in just one week was its bestselling burger. Department store Marks and Spencer reporting selling one of its new No Salt Beef Pretzel Roll every 30 seconds. Pret a Manger’s new Meatless Meatball Hot Wrap was its first new product to …


Filet no Fish Neat Burger

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Products & Launches

Lewis Hamilton’s Neat Burger Launches Vegan ‘Filet-no-Fish’ to Rival McDonald’s

Lewis Hamilton‘s UK-based vegan restaurant Neat Burger today launches the Filet-no-Fish burger, which the chain claims is the first plant-based fish burger in a UK fast-food chain. To mark the launch of the Filet-no-Fish burger, Neat Burger is offering 20% off for today only, through Deliveroo. List of available areas below.


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Food & Beverage

Lewis Hamilton’s Neat Burger Chain Partners with Deliveroo to Supply Vegan Food During Lockdown

Fast food in the UK may not be as fast or easy to access during lockdown but it is still possible in some areas thanks in part to Deliveroo. Lewis Hamilton’s vegan chain Neat Burger just announced on Twitter a collaboration with the delivery service so that contactless deliveries can be made without breaching quarantine rules.