Press Launches Vegan Ready Meals In Major UK Retailer
The vegan ready meals are available from Press outlets and online at Ocado (Photos: Ocado) - Media Credit:

Press Launches Vegan Ready Meals In Major UK Retailer


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Juice brand Press London has launched a range of vegan ready meals in major UK retailer Ocado.

Well known for its cold press juices and soups, the brand has debuted a trio of meat-free meals, which contain between 71-102 calories per serving.

The range features a Spicy Vegan Chilli made with butternut squash, borlotti beans, black turtle beans and green lentils, a Fiery Coconut Curry made with onion, carrot, butternut and cauliflower in coconut sauce, and Mac & Greens – a blend of macaroni, butternut squash, coconut milk and kale.

‘Healthier’ options

According to The Grocer, Press’ Head Of Product, George Phillips, said: “As many consumers are turning to a healthier, plant-based lifestyle in the new year, we are excited to bring our customers our new meals range.

“[Press had] worked closely with a team of nutritionists and chefs to create three delicious recipes that not only have depth but are also nutrient-dense.”

‘Truly excellent flavor’

Press added that each meal is ‘freshly made in specially designed flat-bottomed culinary kettles in small batches to create truly excellent flavor’.

The ready meals are available in Press outlets and online at Ocado, where they retail at £4.50. 

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