Don't miss out on the exciting new vegan products for Veganuary 2022. We've got everything you need to know right here!
Veganuary 2022 is shaping up to be a big one!
Veganuary have reported that someone is signing up every 2.5 seconds this year, that’s a massive amount of people giving plant-based eating a go this January.
Vegan newbies won’t be disappointed when they find so many amazing plant-based products to try. These days there’s no reason to miss meat!
And for us veteran vegans there are loads of exciting new products and limited edition goodies to try this month.
If you’re not sure which new alternative to buy or where to find that must-have vegan launch, this Veganuary product guide will tell you everything you need to know about vegan products for Veganuary 2022 in stores and online!
New vegan cheeses for Veganuary 2022
The first vegan Babybel cheese
After plenty of speculation Bel Group has launched its vegan Babybel cheese, and the UK is getting it first!
The iconic lunchbox favourite has had a green makeover with a recyclable green wax shell.
Babybel Plant-Based is available in packs of 5 in Sainsbury’s nationwide for just £1.50 (launch offer, RRP £2).
Primula vegan squeezy Cheese
The nostalgic squeezable cheese in a tube is now available for vegans!
Primula Perfectly Plant is the first plant-based squeezy cheese of its kind in the UK.
It’s Vegan Society approved, developed over 2 years, and comes in a fully recyclable tube
The new cheese is expected to launch for Veganuary 2022 at an RRP of £1.60.
Philadelphia launches its first vegan soft cheese
Mondelez has launched a vegan version of its popular Philadelphia cheese in the UK.
The creamy soft cheese alternative is almond and oat-based, and will launch in 100% recyclable packaging with the aim to switch to recycled plastic later in 2022 as part of the brand’s bid to become more sustainable.
The plant-based soft cheese is available to buy now exclusively at 699 Tesco stores and online priced, priced at £2.50 for a 150g tub.
Aldi vegan mature cheddar cheese
Discount supermarket giant Aldi is launching its first-ever own-brand vegan cheese for Veganuary.
The new addition to the Plant Menu Range makes vegan cheese even more accessible, as it’s up to £1.21 cheaper than comparable products at Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
The new Plant Menu Mature Cheddar Block (£1.39, 200g) and Grated Cheddar Pack (£1.39, 150g) will be available in stores from 2nd January.
New meat-free meats for Veganuary 2022
Squeaky Bean Ready-to-Eat Cured Meat Style Slices
Take your sandwich game to the next level this Veganuary with Squeaky Bean’d newly launched ready-to-eat Cured Meat Style Slices range.
Meeting demand for ready-to-eat plant-based products, the new range of Spanish Chorizo (£2.50), Milano Salami (£2.50) and The New Yorker Style Sandwich Duo (£3.50) of Pastrami Style Slices and plant-based American Style Cheese will make an essential addition to any sharing platter, charcuterie board, starter plate, salad or sandwich.
Squeaky Bean’s Cured Meat Style Slices are available at Tesco stores now.
Meatless Farm Chicken Breasts
Meatless Farm has made its first move into ‘white meat’ with a chicken breast-style product that promises to perfectly replicate the taste and texture of chicken.
It’s soya-free and features on the menu of Levi Roots’ plant-based pop-up restaurant.
The Plant-based Chicken Breast (RSP £3.50) is available from Tesco and Asda
New sweet treats for Veganuary 2022
Three new flavours of filled vegan doughnuts from Krispy Kreme
That’s right, Krispy Kreme UK is launching three tasty new flavours of vegan doughnut for Veganuary.
The Vegan Society certified doughnuts are launching in mouth-watering Fudge Brownie Bliss, Caramel Choc Delight, and Apple Custard Crumble flavours.
Krispy Kreme’s vegan doughnuts will be available online from December the 31st as part of a vegan selection box for ‘a limited time’.
Additionally, they can be found at all Krispy Kreme outlets for £2.25 each, as well as retail partners such as Tesco and Morrisons.
Ben & Jerry’s ‘Berry Revolutionary’ vegan sundae
Ice cream giant Ben & Jerry’s have done it again with a new range of sundaes, and one of them is vegan!
The Non-Dairy Berry Revolutionary sundae features raspberry dairy-free ice cream with sandwich cookies & chocolatey cookie swirls.
It’s available from supermarkets across the UK, including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Asda, for £5.49 (the same price as the dairy versions.)
Magnum vegan minis
Magnum ice cream has launched mini versions of its popular vegan flavours, to remind us all that moments of pleasure also come in small packages.
The vegan minis are available in multipacks of six (RRP £4.29) containing miniature versions of Magnum’s Vegan Classic and Vegan Almond ice creams.
The range has also been given a recipe makeover, with naturally-derived ingredients, sustainably sourced West African cocoa certified by The Rainforest Alliance, high-quality Madagascan vanilla, and Californian almonds.
The new ice creams are available in Sainsbury’s, Tesco, and Ocado.
Ritter Sport vegan milk chocolate bar
After a successful launch in Germany in late 2021, iconic square chocolate brand Ritter Sport is launching a vegan bar – Without Moo – in the UK for Veganuary.
The chocolate is made with cocoa mass, high-quality almond flour in place of milk, cocoa butter, and sugar and promises to be comparable to classic milk chocolate.
The new Without Moo chocolate bar will be available from 1st January via Ritter Sport’s website for £1.99.
Love Raw vegan milk chocolate bars
Plant-based chocolate maker Love Raw is launching three new bars for Veganauary.
The new M:lk® Choc Bars come in Smooth Choc, Caramel, and Orange flavours. They’re made to a brand new recipe to make the bars even smoother with a taste as close to dairy chocolate as possible.
The bars are launching from the 4th of January into retailers including The Vegan Kind and SPAR (RRP £1.69).
Cake Or Death bake at home cookies
You just can’t beat a freshly baked cookie, so thankfully renowned vegan bakery Cake or Death is launching brand new bake at home cookies this January.
The cookie dough is available in two flavours: Peanut Chocolate or devilish Double Chocolate. Included is everything you need to bake the perfect cookies. It takes minimal effort to divide, shape and bake to gain maximum reward in filling your home with the smell of sweet, freshly baked cookies.
The cookies will be available for delivery from 4th January from the Cake Or Death website.
Crosstown launches vegan chocolate bars inspired by its award-winning doughnuts
Cult doughnut brand Crosstown is venturing into the world of chocolate with the launch of six artisan chocolate bars, including three vegan flavours.
The tempting flavours have been inspired by the London-based doughnut brand’s most popular doughnuts such as the iconic Crosstown Espresso doughnut, and the seasonal favourite featuring a Yuzu and Passion Fruit custard.
Vegans can choose from three scrumptious flavours: Coffee, Dark, and Yuzu & Passion Fruit which if filled with a zesty ganache.
Crosstown’s vegan chocolate bars are available individually (£5.95) or in packs of three (£15.95) and six (£29.95), in-store and for delivery.
Little Moons launches limited edition PeaNOT Caramel Crunch mochi
Dessert brand Little Moons is adding a new must-try flavour to its range of mochi this Veganuary – PeaNOT Caramel Crunch.
Filled with melt-in-the-mouth salted caramel gelato and studded with crunchy caramel pieces fo
Excitingly, although the indulgent new limited edition mochi might taste like peanut butter, they’re completely nut-free so everyone can enjoy them!
Little Moons PeaNOT Caramel Crunch will be available for a limited time only from Little Moons website with an RRP £40.00 for six packs alongside vegan Belgian Chocolate & Hazelnut and Vegan Passionfruit & Mango for the ultimate Veganuary bundle.
Doisy & Dam launch Veganuary Survival Kit for chocoholics
In celebration of Veganuary, ethical chocolate maker Doisy & Dam has launched a Veganuary Survival Kit for home delivery, and it’s loaded with everything you could need to keep chocolate cravings at bay.
The bundle contains one of everything in the Doisy & Dam collection. That’s a massive 17 products including:
- Ballers – crunchy, malty deliciousness
- Buttons – giant dark chocolate buttons of joy
- D&Ds – dark chocolate drops covered in a crunchy coating
- Peanut D&Ds – dark chocolate covered peanuts, finished with a sweet sugar shell
- Truffles – dark chocolate truffles with a pinch of sea salt
The Chocoholic’s Veganuary Survival Kit is available exclusively through the Doisy & Dam website for £30, but you can get a discount if you subscribe for a regular delivery.
New savoury snacks and meals for Veganuary 2022
The first vegan and gluten free calzone from White Rabbit
If you’re eager to get into the “low cal calzone zone“, you’ll be pleased to hear that White Rabbit is launching its first fresh, free from calzone.
We can’t guarantee it’s actually “low cal”, but it is completely vegan and gluten free.
Wrapped in the brand’s signature sourdough gluten free base, the Chick’n & Pesto Calzone is filled with a generous helping of creamy melt-in-your mouth MozzaRisella, sweet vine-ripened Sicilian chopped tomatoes, basil pesto, and chicken-style strips.
The Chik’n & Pesto Calzone is available from Sainsbury’s nationwide for £5.00.
Burt’s Devon Roast Beef and Firecracker Lobster crisps
Snacking just got even more delicious this Veganuary as crisp make Burt’s has launched two tasty new vegan flavours – Devon Roast Beef and Firecracker Lobster.
Take your tastebuds on a trip to the seaside with the intense flavours of Firecracker Lobster. A perfectly seasoned blend of meaty lobster and South Devon Chilli Farm chillies, this flavour is ideal for those who like a little spice!
Missing the taste of roast beef? Now you can enjoy it cruelty-free style with Burt’s Devon Roast Beef crisps. A tribute to the Sunday roast, each bite is bursting with gravy and beef flavour.
Burt’s new vegan crisps are available from Aldi from the 1st January.
Ginsters limited edition Creamy Garlic Mushroom Slice
Ginsters’ range of snackable vegan pastries has expanded to seven with the launch of its limited edition Creamy Garlic Mushroom Slice.
The new slice features sliced white and chestnut mushrooms in a vegan cream and white wine sauce with roasted garlic, coconut milk, potato, onion, and herbs. Its light puff pastry is finished with a hint of lemon zest for an extra-flavourful finish.
The new addition joins Ginsters’ three global-inspired vegan pasties: the Bombay Potato & Spinach Pasty, Moroccan Vegetable Pasty and Cajun Spice Sweet Potato & Chickpea Pasty.
The new pasty launches nationwide from the 3rd January at an RRP of £1.70.
New in dairy-free for Veganuary 2022
New plant-based milks from Lilk
Lilk is launching two blended milk alternatives: The Common Blend and The Lush Blend.
The new Lilk blends have a high calcium content (compared with other dairy alternatives) and are in fully recyclable packaging.
The Common Blend uses blended rice and oats while the Lush Blend uses oat, coconut and quinoa.
By blending these grains and seeds the taste and texture is likened more to dairy.
They’ll be available through Ocado from January 5th with an RRP of £2.00 for The Common Blend and £2.20 for The Lush Blend. A 2-for-1 offer will be running until the 25th of January.
The Coconut Collab Yoghurts and Dessert Pots
The Coconut Collab is launching three new dairy alternatives for Veganuary, including a tasty new dessert, a fruity flavoured yoghurt and its first breakfast option.
For breakfast, The Coconut Collab is offering Overnight Oats Red Berries & Coconut Yog. An easy breakfast on the go with gluten-free oats for slow-release energy.
The overnight oats will be available from Tesco Food-to-go shelves from 3rd January at £1.00 RRP.
Newly added to The Coconut Collab’s dessert range are the Chocolate and Cre&m pots, with a smooth layer of velvety chocolate and a whipped cream-style topping.
These Choc and Cre&m pots of paradise will be landing in Tesco and Waitrose from 9th January,followed by Sainsbury’s in late February and retailing at £2.75 RRP.
Finally, The Coconut Collab is adding a new flavour of yoghurt to its range of dairy-free, gluten-free yogs.
The Raspberry Coconut Yog is made with live cultures and is naturally high in potassium and magnesium.
The new yoghurt will be launching in Sainsbury’s from 19th January at £2.75 RRP.
Holy Moly vegan Tzatziki and Aioli
Get ready to make your mezze amazing as Holy Moly launches two new dips including a vegan Tzatziki.
The vegan Tzatziki combines creamy vegan mayo and yoghurt with cooling cucumber and mint, while the new Smoky Aioli is a smooth blend of plant-based mayo and yoghurt, infused with garlic and zesty lemon.
Both dips are available from Waitrose at an RRP of £2.50 for 170g.
New supermarket ranges for Veganuary 2022
New Wicked Kitchen meal deal at Tesco
Tesco has launched a Wicked Kitchen Meal Deal, and with it comes a range of mouth-watering mains, sumptuous sides, and delicious desserts including:
- Wicked Kitchen Moq au Vin – featuring soya and pea protein, juicy mushrooms and onions, and a rich red wine sauce.
- Wicked Kitchen Kickin’ Cauli Katsu Curry – with tasty cauliflower florets coated in a sweet and spicy katsu curry sauce.
- Wicked Kitchen Mega Mac – a creamy Mac & cheese with smooth butternut squash and macaroni, finished with ciabatta crumbs, soya pieces, and vegan chorizo.
- Wicked Kitchen 2 Bangin’ Brownie Sundaes – featuring layers of rich brownie cubes, chocolate mousse, and a thick chocolate sauce.
The deal serves two with a main, side, and dessert for a total price of £8 and is available from the 3rd January.
Morrisons’ new Plant Revolution Range
Morrisons has launched a new 50-strong range of plant based products just in time for Veganuary.
The new range, Plant Revolution, contains a variety of products including hot dogs, duck-style pancakes, curry sauces, and a beef-style Wellington.
Prices for products in the range start from as little as £1, and all products are available now.
Aldi expands its Plant Menu range
Aldi has added a plethora of new products to its Plant Menu range for Veganuary 2022.
There’s something for everyone in the new range, with products ranging from ready meals and sandwiches, to desserts and pastries.
Takeaway fans can also pick up Aldi’s new ‘fakeaway‘ range, with contains McDonald’s imitating chicken-style nuggets and plant-based fish fillets.
The range is available in store throughout January.