Meat-free giant Quorn has expanded its vegan offering - in response to more consumers opting for plant-based food.
The company is adding two new products to its vegan range - Chicken Free Slices and Smoky Ham Free Slices.
A Quorn spokesperson told PBN: "As the vegan trend continues to boom, Quorn can add some versatility with two new deli lines.
"Vegan sandwich fillings are hard to come by - or were in 2017 - but Quorn has come up with the ultimate lunchtime solution with its new products.
"Both are high in protein and the Quorn Chicken Free Slices are low in saturated fat, perfect sandwiched with crunchy lettuce and a dollop of vegan mayonnaise."
Coeliacs or those with an intolerance to gluten can also enjoy the products.
The spokesperson adds: "The best bit? They’re both gluten-free."
According to Quorn, the new products will be available in Sainsbury's from January 31.
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