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Scrambled OGGS Launches in Over 500 Sainsbury’s Stores Across the UK

UK egg alternative brand OGGS  is launching its plant-based Scrambled OGGS over 500 Sainsbury’s stores across the UK this September 14th. 

“If you could switch eggs for a plant-based option that tastes great and produces 60% less CO2e – why wouldn’t you?”

According to Oggs, Sainsbury’s has decided to increase distribution from 126 to almost every store following the news that Scrambled OGGS is the UK’s best-performing egg alternative.

CEO and Founder of OGGS, Hannah Carter, commented: “The launch of Scrambled OGGS® nationwide marks the next stage in our mission to remove unnecessary egg products from the food chain. If you could switch eggs for a plant-based option that tastes great and produces 60% less CO2e – why wouldn’t you?”

Scrambled Eggs from OGGS
© OGGS

No more breakfasts without eggs

Sales of plant-based egg alternatives in the UK have grown by 99% in the last year, with vegans and carbon-reducers looking for alternatives to eggs to make scrambles, omelets, and quiches.

Scrambled OGGS is presented in a 330ml bottle, equivalent to six eggs, creating 60% less CO2 emissions than its animal equivalent. The packaging is made with 100% recycled plastic, and Scrambled OGGS sells at an RRP of £3.25, states the company. 

OGGS is on a mission to remove unnecessary and unethical egg products from the food chain. With a range of plant-based egg alternatives and sweet treats, OGGS has to date saved over 3 million eggs, and enough CO2e to drive around the world 100 times, declares the company. 

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