Plant-based brand Field Roast has released three creamy new sauces - which major vegan publication VegNews has described as 'absolutely delicious'.
The company has added Bold and Tangy Thousand Island, Classic Caesar, and Cracked Peppercorn Ranch Dressing and Dip to its range.
The company - also creators of the massively-popular cheese substitute Chao and a variety of vegan meats - has set out to deliver products unique to its brand.
Field Roast said: "Instead of making fake dairy products that mimic the traditional flavors found there, we have innovated new flavors to delight and inspire you, and extend that to creamy spreads, sauces, and dressings."
While the company is currently owned by meat industry giant, Maple Leaf Foods, it remains fully vegan - offering plant-based adaptation of such foods like mac 'n' cheese, corn dogs, sausages, roasts, and sandwich meats.
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