Mother's Day Vegan Offer Released In Marks & Spencer Stores
A vegan roast carved on a plate with stuffing, part of Marks & Spencers' Plant Kitchen dine-in deal for Mother's Day The deal offers a vegan option for a family of four at £20 and is available until Mother's Day. - Media Credit: Marks & Spencer

Mother’s Day Vegan Offer Released In Marks & Spencer Stores

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Marks & Spencer, a major UK supermarket, has released a vegan dine-in range for Mother’s Day.

Fit for a family of four, the offer includes a two-course meal with sides.

Mother’s Day deal

The deal includes an Ultimate Vegan Roast. New to the Plant Kitchen line, the ‘chickenless’ roast is made from a blend of mushrooms as well as wheat and pea protein. It also features sage and onion stuffing.

Vegan sides include asparagus, fine green beans, new potatoes, and braised red cabbage.

For dessert, customers can pick up the Raspberry Jelly Terrine which is also vegan.

Announcement

Vegan Food UK alerted shoppers to the news this week

The deal is only available until Mother’s Day on Sunday, March 14. It is on offer for £20 and serves four.

Vegan Food UK announced the news yesterday. It is an online organization sharing vegan food news, reviews, vlogs, and more. It operates across multiple social media platforms, with a Facebook groupFacebook pageYouTube channel, and Instagram account.

Marks & Spencer vegan range

The supermarket has expanded its vegan offerings over the past year. At the start of 2020, it announced the launch of a vegan skincare collection.

It launched the Plant Kitchen range in 2019. Since then, it’s extended the line-up by adding products such as vegan ice cream cones, greek yogurt, and chorizo-style burgers.

For more information, visit Marks & Spencer

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