Vegan Seasonal Meal Is Top Seller At Whole Foods

The meal was co-created with a top plant-based restaurant
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The vegan meal from Vedge (Photo: Whole Foods)

The vegan meal from Vedge (Photo: Whole Foods)

Chain store Whole Foods has announced its top sellers for the year - and making the list is the vegan Thanksgiving meal the retailer offered this year.

According to the store: "As the holiday entertaining season continues, Whole Foods Market is revealing some of their customers’ foodie favorites for the season, including the most searched and top-rated recipes, favorite prepared foods, and the bestselling holiday staples featuring new lower prices to inspire home cooks for the hosting season."

Vedge

In November, Whole Foods teamed up with Philadelphia-based vegetable restaurant Vedge to create all-new holiday recipes.

The meal included a number of dishes such as mustard-glazed cauliflower, lentil-mushroom stuffing, 'cheesy' rutabaga and potato mash, sauerkraut-roasted rainbow carrots, and chocolate toffee mini cake. 

And according to data, the meal was a top pick.

Vedge uses fresh, seasonal produce in its meals

Vedge uses fresh, seasonal produce in its meals

Picks

A statement from Whole Foods says: "Whole Foods Market is renowned for its innovative prepared foods offerings and bakery items that are inspired by local flavors. 

"For the holiday season, the brand’s global e-store menu featured items ranging from full turkey dinners with all the trimmings to exclusive offerings developed by local chef partners. 

"According to customers, this year’s top prepared picks were: the nine-inch Bittersweet Chocolate Pecan Pie from cult-favorite Brooklyn-based pie shop, Four & Twenty Blackbirds, the Thanksgiving dinner for 12, and the vegan meal from the renowned Philadelphia vegan chefs at Vedge."

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