Budget supermarket Aldi is adding new products to its affordable vegan range in the UK such as a range of store cupboard essentials and ready meals in celebration of Veganuary.
Taking part in Veganuary has never been easier thanks to supermarkets and restaurants competing to offer customers a wide selection of vegan products.
Now budget supermarket Aldi is getting in on the action with the launch of new affordable vegan ranges which will be available in stores from 2nd January.
Keen to champion healthy options for the New Year, Aldi is adding a range of healthy chilled ready meals to stores. Aldi’s Rainbow Vegetable Stew (£2.19) is a colourful selection of chargrilled vegetables in a tomato and lentil stew, topped with delicious beetroot and kale.
Each pack contains an impressive four of your five a day and with no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives, it’s amazing quality at an unbeatable price and the perfect kick-start to a healthy new year!
Aldi is also the first UK supermarket to stock ‘One Pot’ ready meal brand Soulful. The vegan-friendly chilled OnePots, costing just £1.99 each are deliciously convenient and delicious making them perfect for a grab-and-go lunch option.
Each self-contained meal is slow-cooked using natural ingredients, including protein-rich grains and lentils, delivering fabulous slow-releasing energy. Customers can choose between three delicious flavours: Butternut, Lentil & Spinach, West African Peanut & Chickpea or Brazilian Tomato & Black Bean with Cashews & Quinoa.
For a delicious winter warmer why not try a Soulful Super Soup (£1.79, 600g), available in two wholesome flavours. Choose between Butternut, Lentil & Spinach with Coconut and Turmeric or Sweet Potato with Coconut and Spirulina.
For an easy and simple meal, filled with nutrition and great taste, try Organic Bean Spaghetti (£1.99, 200g), available in Organic Edamame Spaghetti, Black Bean Spaghetti or Organic Soybean Spaghetti. These innovative pastas use only one ingredient – you guessed it, beans! Naturally gluten-free and of course vegan, this pasta provides the perfect base for a nourishing meal that’s quick, easy, naturally colourful and most importantly delicious.
Satisfy those dairy cravings with Hellmann’s Vegan Mayonnaise (£1.79) or Flying Goose Sriracha Mayonnaise (£1.49) a vegan mayonnaise made with water, chilli, soybean, sugar and distilled vinegar. Whether you fancy it on a salad or to dip your chips in, there’s no need to miss out on the great taste of mayonnaise this Veganuary.
For a sweet, energising alternative try Aldi’s Paleo Wholefood Bars (£1.99, 5 pack), available in Cashew Crush, Pecan Pie and Macadamia & Coconut flavours.
Or try Aldi’s Meridian Peanut Butter (£3.75, 750g), a great dairy-free option which is suitable for vegans, and makes a tasty alternative for breakfast or a snack on fruit.
So, if you’re ready to take on the Veganuary challenge, visit Aldi from Thursday 2nd January to discover the new vegan range.