Budget Store Iceland Adds Vegan Cumberland Sausages To Its Plant-Based Range - Plant Based News
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Budget Store Iceland Adds Vegan Cumberland Sausages To Its Plant-Based Range

Iceland has added vegan Cumberland sausages to its plant-based range which it says taste better than their meat-based counterpart.


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Iceland has added vegan Cumberland sausages to its plant-based range which it vows ‘will get your taste buds sizzling whether you’re vegan or not’.

According to the budget retailer, its new vegan sausages ‘don’t need to “pass-off” for the real thing, because they taste even better’.

The No Porkies Cumberland Sausages (six-pack for £2.25 or 16 pack for £5.00) are made with soy protein and have ‘hints of sage, coriander, ground nutmeg, parsley, and garlic’.

Iceland vegan products

Iceland is also bringing back two of its vegan products; Kale & Tomato Houmous Style Pizza (£2.00), and No Moo Chocolate Lava Puddings (£2.00).

The cheeseless pizza is topped with tomatoes and black kale, with tomato hummus replacing the cheese.

The chocolate pudding features a soft chocolate cake with a molten chocolate sauce in the center.

‘Proud to build-up our vegan range’

“We’re very proud to be building up our vegan range – a plat-based selection so tasty you wouldn’t even notice there’s no meat or dairy involved,” David Lennox, head chef at Iceland said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

“In taste tests, our No Porkies Cumberland Sausages have absolutely sizzled so we’re urging customers to give them a go before they sell out.”

Iceland’s vegan range is available in-store and online now.

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