Canned Vegan Meatballs Bolognese Now Available

The new offering comes from Suma Foods
The meatballs are made by VBites (Photo: Suma Foods)

Vegan Meatballs Bolognese are now available from Suma Foods.

Suma is the UK's biggest worker's co-operative and supplier of vegetarian foods. It is a giant on the vegan food scene, best known for its plant-based sausages and beans in a tin.

This release follows the company's recent offering of canned beans and burgers - appealing to students and the time-poor.

The meatballs come submerged in tomato sauce

Vegan meatballs

Suma teamed up with Heather Mills' brand VBites, which supplied the meatballs.

The food giants also collaborated on Suma's burgers and beans in a tin earlier this year.

Describing the meatballs, Suma says: "Quick to prepare and very filling, this is vegan comfort food at its most simple and convenient."

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