Carrs Pasties partners with the Meatless Farm launching vegan sausage roll and pasty

Read Time:   |  19th August 2019

Due to popular customer demand, Carrs Pasties launches new vegan sausage roll and pasty, filling them with plant-based meat alternatives from Meatless Farm.

carrs pasties launches new vegan pasty and sausage roll

There are simply never enough vegan sausage rolls on the market! The latest news from Bolton-based pasty manufacturers Carrs will send the puff pastry-based connoisseurs amongst us running to their nearest Carrs bakery to sample their new plant-based offerings.

When looking to develop and launch a new vegan pasty and sausage roll, Carrs enlisted the help of popular vegan meat-substitute brand the Meatless Farm. Famous for their delicious pea and soy protein-based substitutes of mince, sausages and burgers, Meatless Farm have expanded their repertoire and reach by working alongside Carrs to satisfy the demands of pasty-loving vegans. Joe Carr, managing director of Carrs Pasties, adds: “Rather than rush into a quickly expanding market, we wanted to take the time to find a partner like the Meatless Farm who share our values.”

Caution has been taken to ensure that Carrs’ vegan range contains the same classic flavour profile as their meat-based products. Carrs uses a vegan-version of their pastry recipe, alongside carefully selected spices and herbs to re-create that classic Carrs flavour. Joe adds: “We always say that we wouldn’t sell anything that we wouldn’t queue up to buy ourselves – so whether you are a vegan, vegetarian, or if you are simply looking to reduce the amount of meat in your diet, please give our new vegan range a try and let us know what you think.”

The new products will be showcased at the Bolton Food and Drink Festival on Friday 23rd August.

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