Food Delivery Service Launches Vegan Katsu Curry With THIS Chicken
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Food Delivery Service Launches Vegan Katsu Curry With THIS Chicken


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A plant-based food delivery service in the U.K has launched a highly-requested dish – vegan katsu curry.

allplants has partnered plant-based meat brand THIS to create the new dish called THIS Isn’t Chicken Katsu Curry.

The dish, which allplants describes as ‘the ultimate fakeaway favorite’, contains 459 calories per serving. It’s high in iron, contains two of your five a day, is low in sugar, and contains protein, B12, and vitamin C.


The curry joins allplants’ offering of multiple dishes, which are prepped in its plant-based kitchen, flash-frozen, and delivered to your door.

allplants says the dish blends ‘warming spices of turmeric, clove and ginger with sweet carrots and caramelized onions’ and features edamame and pak choi as well as THIS Isn’t Chicken.

Perfect match

In a statement sent to Plant Based News, Alex Petrides, co-founder of allplants, said: “We’ve finally found our perfect Katsu Curry match. The UK wants plant-based food without the sacrifice, a quick, affordable and healthier alternative to takeaway. THIS™ Isn’t Chicken Katsu Curry delivers on all three.”

Andy Shovel, co-founder of THIS, added: “Yep – allplants and THIS are officially an item. Katsu Curry featuring our Nuggs is live on the allplants webby from this Thursday. It’s a limited edition so if you snooze, you may lose. Selfishly I find this extremely exciting, since I’m actually an allplants customer.”

The limited-edition dish is FREE for new customers with allplants Fakeaway Favorites bundle: six healthier takes on classic takeaway favorites. Just use the code THISISLOVE at the checkout. Find out more here

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