Costa Coffee expands its vegan menu with 6 new products, including ‘meaty’ sandwiches and sweet treats and cakes

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  6th January 2023

Major chain Costa Coffee has added a vegan Me’tball Wrap and Chick'n Panino to its offering, as well as a range of bakes

Costa Coffee is celebrating Veganuary 2023 by expanding its vegan menu with a range of savoury and sweet options.

The new items, which are available from January 5, include plant-based ‘meaty’ sandwiches as well as tasty bakes.

When it comes to lunchtime dining, the chain also has you covered, with a new vegan Me’tball Wrap and vegan BBQ Chick’n Panini on offer.

To finish off with something sweet, you can sample Costa’s vegan Chocolate & Caramelised Biscuit Loaf cake or Rocky Road.

Other sweet snacks include its vegan Heart Emoji Gingerbread biscuit, and Iced Shortcake Biscuit.

The beautifully iced biscuits are part of Costa Coffee's new vegan range

The beautifully iced biscuits are part of Costa Coffee's new vegan range

Costa Coffee new vegan options

According to Costa Coffee, its new vegan Me’tball Wrap has been ‘lovingly created’ to include vegan me’tballs, coated in marinara sauce with sweet roasted red peppers and vegan cheeze, all enclosed in a tomato tortilla wrap.

Its other plant-based sandwich returns after being a fan favourite last year – the vegan BBQ Chick’n Panini. It offers vegan chick’n in a Texan BBQ sauce, vegan cheeze, roasted peppers and fresh spinach all encased in a stone baked sourdough panino.

Meanwhile, the new vegan Heart Emoji Gingerbread biscuit is described as ‘bound to be love at first bite’, while its new vegan Iced Shortcake Biscuit is described as ‘a perfect snack while out on a cold wintery walk’.

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, a Costa Coffee spokesperson said: “This January we want to spoil our customers, giving them the ultimate feel-good start to the year.

“What better way to do that than to create the most wonderful food and drink menu to enjoy and there’s even a whole host of new and returning vegan items included.”

Want to try more tasty treats this Veganuary that you don’t have to cook yourself? Check out our guide to the best vegan restaurants around the UK

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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