The vegan food market just keeps getting better and better. And it’s not just limited to one country. The entire global industry is predicted to exceed $22 billion USD by 2025. That’s a lot of vegan products.
Right now, in 2022, there are already an abundance of options on the shelves, and new ones are arriving all the time. Here are just some of the latest plant-based launches from the UK, the US, and Australia.
La Fauxmagerie in Waitrose
Fancy some camembert, but without the dairy? Thanks to La Fauxmagerie, said to be the UK’s first plant-based cheesemonger, you can now buy its dairy-free Truffle Camamvert in Waitrose. The brand’s Shoreditch Smoked, Betta Feta, and Brixton Blue vegan cheeses are also available.
Right now, you can find the plant-based artisanal cheeses in just over 20 stores, but a nationwide launch is on the cards very soon.
Plant-Based Terry’s Chocolate Orange
According to the vegan news outlet Vegan Food UK, a plant-based Terry’s Chocolate Orange Bar is coming at the end of this year.
It posted an announcement on Instagram, with the caption: “They finally got round to making us a fully vegan Chocolate Orange Bar… but unfortunately it won’t be launched until Christmas season (which is sort of Chocolate Orange season too).”
Meatless Farm Steak in Sainsbury’s
The new steaks pack in more than 15 grams of protein, have a far smaller carbon footprint than cow-derived steak, and are made with pea protein.
OmniFoods vegan fish
Hong Kong vegan brand OmniFoods is launching Golden Fillet vegan fish fillets into UK retailers this summer, reports SeafoodSource. The fillets are already available at vegetarian restaurants in the UK, as well as fish and chip shop Sutton & Sons.
Whole Earth Squeezable Peanut Butter
Whole Earth has launched its squeezable peanut butter into UK supermarkets. According to the peanut butter brand, it’s the first of its kind and “has a unique and super smooth texture.” Right now, it’s available to buy from Tesco and Waitrose.
KALLØ Veggie Cakes
Made with beetroot and balsamic, natural food brand Kallø’s new Veggie Cakes Minis are definitely unique. They’re crunchy, crispy, protein-packed, and worth a try if you fancy changing up your snack game.
They’re currently available to purchase from Tesco Express stores across the country.
Lindt vegan chocolate
Lindt’s vegan chocolate range has arrived in Australia. The chocolate specialists have created two dairy-free options: the Lindt Classic Vegan Smooth and the Lindt Classic Vegan Hazelnut, both of which are now available for Australian customers.
They’re currently available to buy from Coles supermarkets, independent grocers, Lindt chocolate shops, and online stores.
Quorn Turkey Dinosaurs at Coles
Last year, renowned vegetarian meat brand Quorn listened to customer requests and launched vegan turkey dinosaurs in the UK. Now, they seem to have made their way over to Australia, as they’ve recently been spotted in Coles supermarkets.
Fry’s popcorn chicken at Coles
One of KFC’s best-loved menu items is undeniably its popcorn chicken. But for the most part, Aussie vegans have had to miss out on this savory snack.
Good news: plant-based brand Fry’s has evened out the fried chicken playing field. Its crunchy, bite-sized pieces of meatless Popcorn Chick’n are now available to buy from Coles in Australia.
Future Farm Mince at Coles
Brazilian plant-based meat brand Future Farm has been making big waves in the food industry. Last year, it landed a $58 million investment to spread its realistic plant-based protein around the world.
And now its “revolutionary mince,” said to taste just like the real thing, has launched in Coles.
Vegan Crepini Petite Egg Wraps
Crepini is known for its carb-free, cauliflower-based, keto-friendly egg wraps, available in Costco. But starting this month, its first-ever vegan versions of the signature wraps are on the market, and you can snap them up from Sprouts.
The new vegan wraps feature JUST Egg, and taste and function just like the original.
Sorbabes’ Sorbet Bars at Costco
Sorbabes takes your standard sorbet and elevates it to a whole new delicious level. The vegan brand offers a wide range of frozen sweet treats, from Wild Berry Crisp bars to Mango Coconut Crunch, and now they’re available to bulk buy in Costco.
Daring Plant Chicken Tenders
Plant-based brand Daring is a master of vegan chicken. And now, it has expanded its portfolio with new Plant Chicken Tenders. The low-fat, protein-packed, meat-like tenders are the first of its product line to be sold from the meat fridge.
They’re available from 400 retailers in the US (including Sprouts and Pete’s Market).
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