Frozen Vegan Spinach Ravioli Bowl Launched By Amy's Kitchen

The ravioli from Amy's Kitchen (Photo: Amy's Kitchen)

Veggie brand Amy's Kitchen has added to its vegan offerings with a new pasta dish.

The Vegan Spinach Ravioli Bowl, which is kosher as well as dairy and lactose-free, features 'pasta pillows filled with organic spinach and vegan ricotta cheeze covered with Amy’s tasty marinara sauce'.

The brand, which is a family-run business, offers a number of vegan options - including burritos, soup, and mac n cheeze. You can find its products in a range of stores across the US and UK - this launch is currently available in the States - you can find out more here.

'Make it easy'

According to the company - which describes itself as a 'pioneer' when it comes to organic food - it aims to make meatless eating easy.

Xavier Unkovic, Amy's Kitchen Global President, says: "At Amy's, our driving purpose is to make eating well easy for everyone. That passion is

supported by the values that have made Amy's a pioneer and leader in the organic food industry for the last 30 years.

"Quality and integrity are at the core of everything we do, and those values are essential to how we serve consumers - as well as how we build long-term partnerships with our suppliers and better serve our customers."

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