VBites teams up with Suma Wholefoods to release canned vegan burgers with baked beans

Read Time:   |  14th June 2018

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The UK’s largest co-operative, Suma Wholefoods, has teamed up with plant-based food brand VBites to launch a vegan version of a childhood classic: canned vegan burgers and baked beans.

vegan burgers with baked beans

Two vegan food giants have teamed up to create vegan versions of a classic British treat: canned sausages and burgers with baked beans.

Many Brits will be well acquainted with Heinz’s canned baked beans with mini-sausages, which Suma already create a vegan-friendly version of made with vegan Lincolnshire sausages.

Now wholefoods co-operative Suma Wholefoods, whose products are mainly sold in health food shops across the country, have teamed up with vegan food producer VBites, who are owned by Heather Mills, to create a delicious new product: canned vegan mini-burgers with baked beans.

vegan burgers with baked beans

In a statement, Suma said: “Following the huge success of Suma’s canned beans with mini VBites sausages we are pleased to announce the launch of Suma’s canned beans and mini VBites Burgers.

“In another first to the UK market, these new cans will hit the shelves of health food stores and independent retailers across the country from July 1.

“Made from Suma’s own special recipe the beans and burgers come in a rich tomato sauce with herbs and spices and are 100 percent suitable for vegans. Quick to prepare and packed with protein, these an essential for any camping trip or for a quick tasty snack.”

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