Published On: Mon, Nov 5th, 2018

Marks & Spencer launches festive vegan ‘turkey’ and cranberry sandwich and mini-burgers

Tapping the ever-growing demand for vegan items, Marks & Spencers has brought back its popular No Turkey Feast sandwich that originally launched in 2017.

marks & spencer vegan turkey sandwich

If there’s one thing we vegans can’t resist, that’s a festive sarnie stuffed with delicious fillings!

Tapping the ever-growing demand for vegan items, Marks & Spencers has brought back its popular No Turkey Feast sandwich that originally launched in 2017.

The vegan sandwich No Turkey Feast sandwich is filled with roasted soya protein, cranberry chutney and spinach on soft malted brown bread.

The company will also donate 5% of all sales of their Shelter range to contribute to the work Shelter do every-day to help those on our streets without a home.

Another product returning to M&S stores this year is the crow-pleasing Mini Burger selection of 10 mini vegan burgers. The burgers themselves are made of soya and mushroom. They come with slider buns and a sachet of vegan burger sauce and are sold in packs of 10 for £5.

marks & spencer vegan mini burgers

The supermarkets current festive vegan offerings are falling far behind other retailers, many of which have released impressive new ranges in celebration of the holidays.

Tesco has launched a mouth-watering range of nibbly-foods that are perfect for parties, and include products like canapés, beet Wellingtons a seleciton if side dishes and even a make-your-own chocolate Yule Log cake kit.

Waitrose supermarket has also released an impressive range of brand new vegan products for Christmas to ensure everyone has a delicious Christmas. The festive range includes Pulled Jackfruit Tacos and Caramelised Onion & Tomato Tarte Tatins for canapés, a Nut Roast and Beet Wellingtons for the main course and Pineapple & Coconut Panna Cotta and a rich chocolate torte for dessert.

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