Linda McCartney's To Launch Plant-Based Chicken Bucket And Bao Buns
The Chicken Bucket will be available from Tesco and Ocado from January 20 (Photo: Linda McCartney's) - Media Credit:

Linda McCartney’s To Launch Plant-Based Chicken Bucket And Bao Buns


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Veggie brand Linda McCartney’s is expanding its vegan offerings with a Chicken Bucket and Pulled Pork Bao Bun meal kit, according to Vegan Food UK.

Vegan Food UK is an online organization sharing vegan food news, reviews, vlogs, and more. It operates across multiple social media platforms, with a Facebook group, Facebook page, YouTube channel, and Instagram account.

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OMG! Check out @lindamccartneyfoods Veganuary Launches!!! ? _____ ?Vegan Chicken Bucket £5 ?Tomato & Basil Meatballs £2 ?Southern Style Burger £2 ?Pulled Pork Bao Bun Kit £5 Chicken Bucket and Bao Buns available from 20th Jan in Tesco and Ocado The rest is available now from Sainsbury’s If you find them in the shops, tag us in stories ??? Thanks for the heads up @vicsta_the_vegan _____ Be the first to know about vegan products ?follow us @vegan_food_uk . . . . . . #veganfooduk #veganfood #vegan #ukvegans #govegan #plantbased #vegansofinstagram #veganliving #vegans #veganstagram #challenge22 #dairyfree #foodie #veganmeals #veganpower #veganuary2020 #whatveganseat #vegansonabudget #veganfoodie #veganfoodlover #veganfoodfinds #lindamccartney

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The organization shared images of the new products – which will be available from Tesco and Ocado from January 20 – alongside recent Tomato & Basil Meatballs and the Southern-Style Chicken Fillet Burger which are on sale now in Sainsbury’s and Ocado.

Linda McCartney’s MD Nadine Maggi said the brand is confident about its new products.

“We’re continuously focused on innovation and meeting the demands of the meat-free consumer and are proud to bring more choice with the launch of these four new products,” she said in a statement. “We’re confident they’ll be popular throughout Veganuary and beyond.”

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