Vegan Giant Follow Your Heart To Launch Three Products In Sainsbury's

The products will be available in stores across the UK
You will be able to get your mitts on these beauties from Sunday

This is big: legendary vegan brand Follow Your Heart is launching three of its iconic plant-based products in Sainsbury's according to high profile blogger Fat Gay Vegan.

The products - which include two salad dressings and a mayo - will be available from Sunday.

Earlier this year Follow Your Heart founder Bob Goldberg said the brand was planning to bring more products over to the UK.

Iconic

According to Fat Gay Vegan: "This launch includes the finest vegan mayo product on the planet, Vegenaise

"This legendary plant-based mayo just celebrated its 40th anniversary. 40 years old and we just got it listed in a major mainstream UK supermarket.

"Alongside the iconic vegan mayo, Sainsbury’s stores will also be stocking the Vegan Honey Mustard Salad Dressing and the Organic Vegan Caesar Salad Dressing."

This follows the launch of the company's famous Vegan Egg into Holland & Barrett stores nationwide.

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