Costa Coffee To Launch Vegan Cookie And Red Curry Meal

The new plant-based options will debut in October
The Sticky Toffee and Pecan Pudding Cookie will retail from £1.85

UK coffee giant Costa Coffee has announced it will be introducing a number of new vegan and vegetarian options this fall.

The new offerings will expand on the chain's existing plant-based options, which include the Chipotle Bean & Butternut Squash Wrap added earlier this year.

Costa Vegan Curry
The Thai Red Curry Meal Pot will retail from £3.99

Food

The vegan-friendly menu additions coming this fall are the Thai Red Curry Meal Pot, and a Vegan Sticky Toffee and Pecan Pudding Cookie.

A number of vegetarian options will be introduced as well - for those who are meat-free or striving toward a vegan diet.

As part of the new menu, Costa will also be launching a 'Bonfire Spiced' drink range. The range is not suitable for vegans as it contains honey.

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