Amy’s Kitchen Launches Vegan Dumpling Bowl


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The bowl features noodles, dumpling, tofu and vegetables (Photo: Twitter/Amy's) - Media Credit:

Meat-free brand Amy’s Kitchen has launched a fully vegan Asian Dumpling Bowl.

The bowl – which is the newest addition to the brand’s heat-and-serve selection and is currently only available in the US – features dumplings, noodles, vegetables, tofu and a ‘rich and savory hoisin sauce’.

It is free of meat, dairy, eggs and nuts and contains 16 grams of protein, and 400 calories per serving.


A popular vegetarian and vegan brand, Amy’s was born out of necessity in 1987 when founders Andy and Rachel Berliner were unable to find ready-made meat-free organic meals to buy.

The brand has since expanded to offer over 250 products across 23 countries.

Amy’s Kitchen’s completely plant-based range is clearly labelled ‘vegan’ and includes items such as chili, curry, soup, pizza, and burritos.

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