Vegan food company Field Roast has added a plant-based mayo alternative to its list of vegan products.
The company - well known for its meat-meat free sausages and Chao vegan cheese - has formulated Chao Mayo to closely resemble the version typically made from animal products.
The product is oil-based, and include a number of other easy-to-identify ingredients such as tofu, pea protein sea salt, and balsamic vinegar.
Field Roast describes it as a 'smooth and balanced vegan mayo'.
Field Roast's product line is continuously evolving, with a release of three vegan dips and dressings just last month - and a high market value.
The company was purchased by Canadian meat processing giant Maple Leaf Foods late last year for a whopping $120 million, but has pledged to stay true to its values by making fully vegan products.
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