Londoners Can Get A Free Vegan Lunch This Friday

Plant-based brand Fry's is giving away grab-and-go pasties
Passers-by in Covent Garden can get free vegan lunches this Friday (Photo: Luca Micheli)

Plant-based brand The Fry Family Food Co. will be giving away vegan freebies to hungry Londoners in Covent Garden this Friday at lunch time.

In support of Veganuary - the charity which encourages people to try vegan for the month of January - Fry's will be handing out chilled pasties, including a three bean pasty and Mediterranean veg & squash slice, both of which customers can eat straight from the pack.

The giveaway is part of the brand's #FlexiFryday campaign, which will see Londoners enjoy vegan treats under one condition: they will have to pledge to eat plant-based one day a week for the rest of January, and announce it on Twitter.

Londoners can enjoy Fry's grab-and-go pastries (Photo: Fry's)

'No longer niche'

Tammy Fry, International Marketing Director at Fry's said she wants to show people that veganism is 'no longer a niche lifestyle'.

She added: "At a time of New Year's resolutions and promises to improve lifestyle choices, we want to do our bit to help and show people that veganism is no longer a niche lifestyle adopted by few, but a viable option for the mainstream consumer to reduce their meat and dairy consumption.

"In support of Veganuary and to encourage more people to adopt a meat-free lifestyle, this Friday we’re asking people to pledge just one day a week with the help of our tasty new grab-and-go products - perfect for busy Londoners on the go!"

To claim a freebie, people will need to head to Great Queen Street near Covent Garden tube station, between 11.30am and 2.30pm on Friday January 12.

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