Countdown Begins For Epic Christmas Vegan Food Release

Food is a huge part of the annual celebration - and there's no reason for vegans to miss out
The line includes a host of tasty treats (Photo: VBites)

UK brand VBites has announced the launch date of its Christmas 2017 range: November 6.

Plant-based fans will soon be able to get their mitts on the massive line, which includes Duck Style & Orange Pâté, Turkey Style  Burgers with Lemon & Thyme, among other options.

The range includes a number of old favorites, as well as some new products, and is available from the VBites website as well as Holland and Barrett, Ocado, and independent retailers.

The range is full of tempting treats (Photo: VBites)

Ethical

Other items include Mini Vegan Quiche Lorraine puff pastry tartlets, a Seed Roast, Swedish-inspired Mini Meat Free Spiced Cocktail Sausages, and BBQ Chicken Style Mini Calzone.

According to a VBites spokesperson: "All our festive foods are free from animal products/derivatives, cholesterol, lactose, hydrogenated fats, artificial colours and GMOs, so suitable for vegetarians, vegans, people who are lactose or casein intolerant and those looking for healthier and more ethical lifestyles.

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