prêt a manger's veganuary offerings

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Food Service

Even More Veganuary 2023 Offerings From Pret a Manger & The Real Greek

UK food service chains Pret a Manger and  The Real Greek are the latest to introduce new offerings as Veganuary experiences its biggest ever year in a decade. Pret A Manger  Freshly prepared food and organic coffee chain Pret A Manger (Pret) will introduce two new vegan sandwiches featuring Violife’s Smoky Cheddar Slices just in time for Veganuary. According to Violife, this marks the first time the food chain has launched Violife’s vegan cheeses in its menu options. The new vegan sandwiches will be available in Pret A Manger stores across the UK from 11th January 2023: Spicy No’duja Toasted Focaccia: Rosemary focaccia with mushroom No’duja, red pesto, red pepper, fresh basil leaves, and Violife’s vegan cheese. Plant Ploughman’s Baguette: Fresh baguette filled with Violife’s …


ProVeg webinar

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Fairs & Events

ProVeg Webinar: The Power of Plant-Based Menus

ProVeg International is hosting a webinar titled The power of plant-based menus on 27th September, 11:00 am (CET). The discussion is aimed at food-service professionals who are looking to increase and optimise plant-based choices in the food-service industry.  ProVeg will be joined by an expert panel which includes: Dean Wilson Hartles, Director of Food and Drink Development at The Restaurant Group UK; Claire Roper, a Food Brands Marketing Consultant; and Lauren Spokes, Head of Sales, UK Foodservice at Heura Foods. In recent years, food service businesses have been increasing their vegan offerings to reach their sustainability goals and to meet the growing demand of consumers who are reducing their animal consumption. Last year, UK-based chain Wagamama pledged to make 50% of its menus plant-based to …


Frankie & Benny's Vegan Breakfast

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Italian American Restaurant Chain Frankie & Benny’s Expands Vegan Range

UK fast food brand Frankie & Benny’s today announces a massive menu shake-up focusing on new customer tastes and a “more grown up” audience. The Italian/American restaurant chain is introducing 26 new dishes that reflect the UK’s changing tastes and drinking habits, including seven vegan friendly options.