Train company LNER launches vegan options


Tourism & Travel

UK Train Company LNER Launches Plant-Based Dining Options for Veganuary

Train company LNER — which operates in the east of England and Scotland — has announced a new onboard menu, complete with a range of plant-based options for Veganuary. The vegan dishes on offer include a Bang Bang salad bowl, falafel, a roasted pepper and houmous sandwich, sweet potato curry, flapjack, and a vegan sausage roll. Numerous sandwiches, snacks, and sweets are available on a complimentary basis for first-class passengers, while standard-class passengers can try a variety of dishes via the Let’s Eat at Your Seat service. First-class customers can also enjoy the Full Veggie LNER, a cooked breakfast featuring Meatless Farm sausages, wilted spinach, roasted tomato, hash browns, and baked beans. The meal is vegan if ordered without eggs. “Enhancing customer experience” LNER isn’t …



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Sustainability / Environment

Beyond Meat Partners With Einride to Introduce Electric Vehicles to US Fleet

Swedish freight technology company Einride is working with Beyond Meat to provide digital, electric transportation solutions to its US operations, in a bid to reduce the company’s CO2 emissions whilst reducing operational costs and increasing transportation capacity. Initially, Einride is to deploy five electric trucks as well as develop and install the associated charging infrastructure, then over the following five years will scale the e-trucks across Beyond Meat’s operations in the US. Similarly, Einride collaborated with Oatly back in 2020 to provide electric vehicles for the Swedish market. “Achieving a sustainable future requires collaboration and cooperation among brands from every industry and we’re thrilled to add Beyond Meat to our growing network of U.S. companies committed to creating a clean and efficient supply chain,” said …