Budget retailer Aldi launches its biggest vegan range ever for Veganuary – with prices from 99p

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  26th December 2022

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Aldi is adding a range of products to its plant-based line-up, from Pulled No Pork and No Chicken Wings to Vegan Battered Sausages

Aldi is set to launch its biggest vegan range yet in time for Veganuary – with prices starting at 99p.

The budget retailer is adding a slew of products to its plant-based line-up, including Pulled No Pork, No Chicken Wings and Vegan Battered Sausages.

According to Aldi, it is launching the products in a bid to ‘ fulfil the nation’s hunger for vegan food’, with options that are accessible to those on a budget.

The new items follow the launch of the retailer’s extensive Christmas range, which it said it increased after ‘seeing sales rocket in 2021’.

They will be available in store and online from December 29, with some items launching on January 2.


Aldi Veganuary range 2023 round-up:

  • Plant Menu Battered Sausages
  • Plant Menu No Chicken Wings
  • Plant Menu Pulled No Pork
  • Plant Menu Shredded No Duck
  • Plant Menu Hoisin No Duck Kit
  • Plant Menu Vegan Steak
  • Plant Menu No Fish Burgers
  • Plant Menu No Fish Cakes
  • Plant Menu No Fish Scampi
  • Plant Menu Battered No Chicken Nuggets
  • Plant Menu Roasting Joints (in No Beef or No Chicken)
  • Plant Menu Organic Tofu

Aldi vegan products for Veganuary

Among the items on offer, which fall under the retailer’s Plant Menu range, are a new plant-based steak, fish cakes and burgers, and vegan duck.

Diners keen to tuck into a takeaway-style meal can try the store’s Plant Menu Battered Sausages (£1.69, 180g), which it describes as a ‘supermarket first’.

Alternatively, veggie eaters who fancy something meaty may enjoy the Plant Menu No Chicken Wings (£1.99, 210g), which feature crispy coated soya wings available in either buffalo or southern fried flavour.

Also on offer is Aldi’s Plant Menu Pulled No Pork and Plant Menu Shredded No Duck (£2.49, 310g), featuring succulent meat coated in BBQ sauce.

Other products launching on December 29 include the new Plant Menu No Fish Burgers (£1.99, 240g), featuring a plant-based patty coated in golden breadcrumbs, available in a lemon and herb or hot and spicy flavour.

Meanwhile, other fish items landing on that date include Plant Menu No Fish Cakes and No Fish Scampi (£1.99, 280/252g).


Aldi's Plant Menu Lemon and Herb No Fish Burgers are among its new vegan products

Aldi's Plant Menu Lemon and Herb No Fish Burgers are among its new vegan products

Meaty options

Those after more meaty options may want to try Aldi’s new Plant Menu Battered No Chicken Nuggets (£1.49, 200g) which will also be joining the range from December 29.

Meanwhile, those after an easy meal could try its Plant Menu Hoisin No Duck Kit (£3.29, 345g) which serves two, and is straightforward to cook (available from January 2).

When it comes to family dining, look no further than Aldi’s new Plant Menu Roasting Joints (£3.99, 380g). Available in No Chicken or No Beef varieties, shoppers can pick up these centrepieces from December 29.

And for single-serve portions of plant meat, Aldi’s new Plant Menu Vegan Steak (£1.99, 210g) is launching on January 2, alongside its Plant Menu Organic Tofu (200g) which will retail for just 99p.

Looking for some tasty ideas for your own Veganuary meals? Check out these 23 vegan Buddha bowls for healthy plant-based dinners

Written by

Maria Chiorando

Maria is an editor and journalist. Her work has been published by the Huffington Post, the Guardian, TechnoBuffalo, Plant Based News, and Kent on Sunday among other national and regional titles.

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