Aldi Launches New Vegan Products In Stores Across The UK

The new items will include own-label products as well as a host of vegan-friendly favorites from other brands including Hellman's and Soulful
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The vegan products launch instore today (Photo: Aldi)

Budget supermarket Aldi is launching multiple vegan products across its UK stores today (January 2).

New own-brand products include Rainbow Vegetable Stew (£2.19) and Paleo Wholefood Bars (£1.99, 5 pack).

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Products Aldi will start stocking made by other companies include Hellmann's Vegan Mayonnaise (£1.79) and Flying Goose Sriracha Mayonnaise (£1.49).

Aldi is the first UK supermarket to stock 'One Pot' brand Soulful, with OnePots hitting the shelves (£1.99). The three flavors of the self-contained meal pots include Butternut, Lentil & Spinach, West African Peanut & Chickpea or Brazilian Tomato & Black Bean with Cashews & Quinoa.

In addition, the store has added Soulful Super Soup (£1.79, 600g) to its offerings in two flavors; Butternut, Lentil & Spinach with Coconut and Turmeric or Sweet Potato with Coconut and Spirulina.

Aldi is also adding Organic Bean Spaghetti (£1.99, 200g) to its shelves - in in Organic Edamame, Black Bean, and Organic Soybean Spaghetti varieties. All are naturally gluten-free.

Aldi vegan range

"Want to get involved in Veganuary in 2019? Well now the challenge is even easier, thanks to supermarket Aldi's vegan range available in stores from January 2," a spokesperson said to Plant Based News.

"With Aldi's everyday amazing prices, you can rest assured that you're getting unbeatable value for money, whatever your food choices."

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