Co-op has just launched a vegan steak bake

Read Time:   |  23rd January 2020

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Co-op is rivalling Greggs with its latest vegan launch - its own version of the vegan steak bake.


Greggs recently launched its highly-anticipated vegan steak bake, and now Co-op is giving the high-street bakery a run for its money as it launches its own brand version in stores across the UK.

Co-op’s vegan steak bake is prepared fresh in stores and is available to buy now priced at £1.50 as part of the company’s new vegan GRO range.

The plant-based pastry is filled with soya mince in a rich ‘shroom gravy and encased in flaky puff pastry.

Speaking about the new vegan pastry, Kevin Sargent, Senior Product Developer at Co-op, said: “We have worked hard to perfect the recipe and are really proud of our new vegan steak bake. We hope our customers and members love it as much as we do.

“GRO is a game-changer for our customers. Whether they are looking to reduce their meat consumption or are vegans, this new range appeals to all and will certainly deliver a delicious inspiration to what we eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just as a tasty snack.”

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