Vegan Milky Way Magic Stars and 6 other new products you won’t want to miss

Author: Helen Greaves

Read Time:   |  8th October 2021

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Spooky treats and comforting eats: Here's a run-down of the most exciting vegan product launches from this week.


This week has been a busy one for vegan product launches, with new tasty treats popping up everywhere you look.

We’ve seen spooky Halloween treats, throwback sweets and some innovative new products we didn’t even know we needed!

To help you keep track of it all, we’ve compiled a list of some of the most notable launches from the past week. How many have you already found?

1. Vegan Milky Way Magic Stars bring back childhood memories

dairy free vegan milky way magic stars

Milky Way Magic Stars were a childhood favourite for many, and now a version of the sweet chocolate treat is available for vegans.

Milky Way’s new dairy-free and gluten-free chocolates are made extra tasty with the inclusion of ground tiger nuts, and are available as an original bar or with popping candy.

The 25g bars are priced at £1 each and are available from Asda from 16th October. An 85g version of each bar will be released in Tesco from 25th October at £2.59 each.

2.  Sheese’s new Melting Sheesy Bake is the ultimate comfort food

sheese melting sheesy bake hot vegan cheese

Vegan cheese brand Sheese is launching its first hot cheese product, the Melting Sheesy Bake.

The soya-free cheese is flavoured with spring onion and garlic and comes in an ovenproof dish, ready to pop in the oven for melty, gooey goodness.

Sheese’s Melting Sheesy Bake is launching in Sainsbury’s from 10th October with an RRP of £3.75.


3. Hotel Chocolat’s Wingston Bat brings dairy-free whimsy to Halloween

Hotel Chocolat vegan wingston bat

Hotel Chocolat’s Halloween collection includes an adorable bat named Wingston, and his contents are all vegan-friendly.

The adorable bat-shaped box is filled with individually wrapped dark chocolates in a variety of spooky shapes.

Wingston is available direct from Hotel Chocolat at £8.00 per 145g box.

4. Like Meat’s gluten-free drumsticks get spiced up

like meat spicy mini drumsticks

A brand new flavour of vegan mini drumsticks has appeared in eye-catching new packaging from Like Meat.

The soya-based Spicy Mini Drumsticks are coated in a spicy gluten-free crumb.

They’re available from Sainsbury’s at £2.65 for a 180g pack.


5. Move over, tuna: the future is here

future farm vegan tuna tvna

Future Tvna, the new plant-based tuna substitute from Future Farm has launched in Sainsbury’s and is already recieving rave reviews.

The soy, pea, and chickpea-based flakes are rich in Omega-3 and have been described as tasting “like the real thing” by social media users.

The chilled tuna is available from Sainsbury’s at £2.90 for 150g.

6. ASDA stock spooky sweets for Halloween

bebeto vegan halloween sweets

For an affordable Halloween treat, head down to Asda where three ooky and kooky flavours of gummy sweet are available now.

The sweets, from Bebeto, are just 89p for a 150g bag, and are vegan approved with no artificial colours or flavours.

The three spine-tingling halloween flavours are:

  • Monster Spaghetti: Mix Fruit Flavour Soft Fizzy Gummy Sweets
  • Gummy Brains: Bubble Gum Flavour Soft Gummy Sweets
  • Fizzy Fangs: Strawberry and Cola Flavour Soft Fizzy Gummy Sweets

7. Treat your puppy pal with new vegan food from Noochy Poochy

noochy poochy vegan dog food

For those who choose to feed their dog a vegan diet, Noochy Poochy might just be the product you’re looking for.

The dog food has been formulated by a vegan vet and an animal nutritionist. It contains organic ingredients and has a protein content of 28% – higher than most meat-based dog food.

As the name might suggest, Noochy Poochy contains nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavour dogs won’t be able to resist.

Noochy Poochy is available to purchase direct from the Noochy Poochy website.

Looking for more sugary treats? Check out the top 10 vegan sweets to buy in the UK.

Written by

Helen Greaves

Helen has been vegan since 2018 and has a background in vegan food marketing and social media. She's mother to a mischief of rats, and loves to spend her spare time making vegan cakes and bakes.

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