OGGS has released a new product to make vegan breakfasts even more delicious - vegan scrambled eggs!
Perfect for scrambling, OGGS’ vegan scrambled eggs will make a delicious addition to any vegan breakfast or brunch.
Moreover, the new vegan eggs produce 60% less CO2 than chicken-derived eggs and make a great option for those looking for cruelty-free egg alternatives as you don’t have to worry about the issues associated with intensive egg farming.
Designed with the environment in mind, the bottle is made from 100% recycled materials and is large enough to contain the equivalent of 6 eggs.
Speaking with Vegan Food & Living, OGGS Founder, Hannah Carter, commented: “Scrambled OGGS marks the next stage in our mission to remove more unnecessary egg products from the food chain, both reducing our carbon footprint and extremely poor animal welfare.
“It gives people a way to enjoy a plant-based egg alternative that completes the classic breakfast and brunch.”
Want to take your vegan breakfasts to the next level? Scrambled OGGS is now available to buy now for £3.25 in Sainsbury’s.
The new scrambled eggs from OGGS come in a bottle made from 100% recycled plastics.
The recent boom in vegan egg products
While there are plenty of options when it comes to vegan meat alternatives, options for vegan egg alternatives are still relatively limited.
However, in recent months news of numerous vegan egg products joining the market has emerged.
For example, the popular and long-awaited vegan egg replacer from JUST Egg is due to arrive in Europe later this year after a slight delay.
Furthermore, vegan brand EVERY Co. recently launched its EggWhite in the US and celebrated by partnering with Chantal Guillon to create limited edition vegan meringues.
And due to its great taste, the liquid vegan egg replacer from Crackd has become a favourite in the UK. Plus the versatility and quality of texture mean it’s fun to cook with.
There has even been development of a realistic vegan egg you can crack out of an eco-friendly shell!
Think baking can’t be done without chicken eggs? Check out these vegan aquafaba recipes!