Major Meal Delivery Company Launches First Vegan Box

The company is going meat-free for January - and has pledged to ditch meat forever if the month is successful and customers enjoy the new meals
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The company is launching its first vegan box (Photo: Thyme)

Meal delivery service Thyme will launch its first Vegan Meal Box in January.

Thyme cooks meals in small batches, then freezes them, before delivering them to directly to customers.

Its upcoming Thyme to Try Vegan Box (£10) provides three meals and three sides including wholesome Blackbean & Sweet Potato Chilli, Butternut Squash & Chickpea Curry, Roasted Root Vegetables, and Crispy Chilli Potato Bakes.

Vegan and Vegetarian January

Throughout January, Thyme will be going meat-free, and is committed to becoming a meat-free brand, forever if the trial is successful.

"It's time for change," Thyme Managing Director, Heidi Thompson, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

"Will Thyme be meat-free? Our fate is in our customers' hands and we're very excited to see where they take us."

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