Plant-based scrambled OGGs now available from major UK supermarket chain – find out which one

Author: Maria Chiorando

Read Time:   |  16th September 2022

A spokesperson for the brand said that the launch of the Scrambled OGGS 'marks the next stage in our mission to remove unnecessary egg products from the food chain'

Scrambled OGGS – a vegan alternative to the traditional breakfast favourite scrambled egg – is now available to buy in 500 Sainbury’s across the UK.

The brand has quadrupled its distribution of the product amid growing consumer demand for plant-based eggs.

According to OGGS, sales of plant-based egg alternatives in the UK have grown by 99 per cent in the last year.

Its product, which is now accessible to more consumers across the UK, not only serves as an alternative to scrambled eggs in your vegan breakfast recipes, but can also be used in omelettes, quiche, no-egg fried rice and more.

Scrambled OGGS is perfect for a vegan take on the classic Chinese egg fried rice

Scrambled OGGS is perfect for a vegan take on the classic Chinese egg fried rice

Scrambled OGGS

The vegan eggs produce around 60 per cent less CO2 than chicken-derived eggs, making them a more sustainable option as well as being cruelty-free.

In addition, the bottle that the OGGS come in is made from 100 per cent recycled materials and is large enough to contain the equivalent of six free-range eggs.

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Hannah Carter, founder and CEO of OGGS, said: “The launch of Scrambled OGGS nationwide marks the next stage in our mission to remove unnecessary egg products from the food chain. 

“If you could switch eggs for a plant-based option that tastes great and produces 60% less CO2e – why wouldn’t you?”

Scrambled OGGS is now available to buy for £3.25 in 500 Sainsbury’s stores nationwide.

There are lots of different ways to incorporate vegan egg alternatives into your breakfast – like our Mexican-Style Vegan Breakfast Burrito with Tofu Scramble.

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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