Ankerbrot sugar-free vegan donut

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Sweets & Snacks

Austrian Bakery Chain Ankerbrot Launches Sugar-Free Vegan Donut in Partnership With NEOH

Ankerbrot, Austria’s largest bakery group, has partnered with sugar-free snack brand NEOH to offer a vegan donut with no added sugar. The donut features a plant-based hazelnut cream filling with a crisp chocolate shell and roasted hazelnut pieces. It is free of palm oil and uses NEOH’s sugar substitute formula, which has little effect on blood sugar levels and is a source of fibre. The product has been launched just in time for Lent, when many people give up refined sugar. “The donut is our first collaboration with a bakery company and opens up a very interesting new sales channel with a lot of potential for us. I am convinced that this will be a successful start project for a long-term collaboration,” said Adel Hafizovic, …


LoveRaw Project D vegan doughnut box

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Sweets & Snacks

LoveRaw Partners With Project Doughnut to Launch Epic Vegan Doughnut Box

British plant-based chocolate brand LoveRaw has joined forces with Project Doughnut to launch a new collection called the Epic Vegan Doughnut Box. The launch is LoveRaw’s first large-scale doughnut collaboration and Project D’s first vegan partnership. “[LoveRaw’s] exceptional vegan chocolate offerings perfectly complement our doughy creations, resulting in a match made in heaven,” said Matthew Bond, co-founder and creative director at Project D. “Despite being vegan, the taste is so exquisite that you wouldn’t even know it. We knew that this collaboration would be a hit with our shared customer base, and we can’t wait for them to try it out!” The collection combines Project D’s signature doughnut recipe with LoveRaw’s most popular chocolates to create six different products: Caramel Cre&m Dream: A ring doughnut …


Gastronomy & Food Service

NotCo and Dunkin’ Chile Launch Plant-Based NotDonuts and NotMilk At All Locations

Food tech phenomenon NotCo announces it has joined with Dunkin’ Chile to launch two new plant-based donuts –  the Boston NotManjxr and the Sugar NotManjxr. Along with the donuts, Dunkin’ Chile is also debuting NotCo’s NotMilk, which customers can order hot or iced in any drink or coffee.  Now available at all Dunkin’ locations across Chile, the launch includes NotManjxr donuts – with “Manjxr” referring to the popular “manjar” sweet flavoring found in Latin America desserts. Dunkin’ customers can order the donuts in Boston NotManjxr, Sugar NotManjxr, and Double Boston NotManjxr flavors.  The collaboration also includes Dunkin’s introduction of NotMilk, which NotCo says customers can order for any frothy or creamy drink. Big year The news closes out a blockbuster year for NotCo, which recently partnered …




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Dunkin’ Donuts Responds to Recent “Plant-based Meat Announcement” on CNBC

Last Friday, CNBC published news about Dunkin’ Donuts (currently re-branding as Dunkin’) with the headline, “Dunkin’ CEO: ‘We’re going to look at plant-based proteins’ for breakfast menu” which was picked up by some vegan media. We contacted the company to confirm the news but found out this may not exactly be the case…