Brand new vegan deli opens in Nottingham

Read Time:   |  7th September 2016

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Nottingham is the place to be if you want plenty of options for places serving up delicious vegan food, as not only do they now have a pub with a fully-vegan menu, there’s also a brand new vegan deli in town…


Nottingham is quickly becoming the place to go for vegan food as on September 5, a local pub, The Peacock, reopened its doors with a fully vegan menu, and on September 3, the city’s first all-vegan deli, Amala Living Foods, officially opened its doors! According to their Twitter page:

“WE ARE OPENING A DELI the first 100% #vegan space in #NGI #Nottingham selling fresh vegan grab n go food, juices n smoothies…”

The opening day featured “free vegan cake, balloons, and good vibes,” and space will function as a vegan deli and an eco-living store with local produce, smoothies, juices, nut milks, as well as organic raw vegan foods. According to their Facebook page, some of the variety includes:

“Rainbow rolls with a lime peanut dipping sauce, Asian slaw, tangy hemp oil Super Beetz salad, raw bounty choco cake, raw salted caramel cake…all organic made with our fresh organic produce also for sale…from Vegan Junk we have fresh vegan sausage rolls (pesto parmesan, cracked black pepper cheese, and cheesy jalapeno) as well as raspberry cheesecake brownies and oreo cake! YUM!”

Located at Unit 3, Cobden Chambers on Pelham Street, Amala Living Foods is open Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00am to 6:00pm, and on Sundays from 11:00am to 4:00pm.

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