Hight Street Store Boots Launches Vegan Christmas Sandwich

The festive range is available in store now
Vegans can now enjoy a plant-based meal from Boots (Photo: Boots)

British high street giant Boots now offers a vegan sandwich as part of its new festive range.

The plant-based sandwich, which will be on offer for three months, features a parsnip fritter and butternut squash.

‍The vegan option is made with parsnips and butternut squash (Photo: Boots)

Sandwich

The vegan option is also part of the £3.39 Boots Meal Deal; or it can be bought by itself for £2.75.

Selected sandwiches from the new Christmas line will contain a scratch card in the box, which could make you the winner of various gift cards - and the top prize of £1,000.

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