Top Coffee Chain Caffé Nero Launches New Vegan Goodies

The café has been upping its vegan game
Nero has been busy addressing the demand for animal-free products (Photo: Facebook)

Major UK coffeehouse chain Caffé Nero has announced its vegan product range expansion, which has also been officially approved by The Vegan Society.

Taking to social media, the announcement read: "Our Vegan range is expanding! Look out for The Vegan Society accreditation on select products."


Among new plant-based offerings, Caffé Nero added a Sweet Potato Falafel & Beetroot Houmous Wrap, Apple & Blackcurrant Crumble Bar, and Mince Pies (available from November 2).

Visitors can also tuck into an Orzo Pasta & Mediterranean Veg, a Falafel with Chestnuts & Spiced Slaw Wrap, as well as a selection of fruits and nuts.


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