Sauce Brand Sacla To Launch Vegan Mayonnaise In Sainsbury’s, Co-op And Ocado

The brand wants to capitalize on the growing market
Another major brand is listening to consumers (Photo: Sacla)

Major brand Sacla - which is best known for its pesto and pasta sauces - will be launching a free-from mayonnaise which is suitable for vegans.

According to the company, it wants to 'capitalize on the growing free from category' - which is worth a staggering £806 million in the UK.

The product, which is 100 percent vegan and free from dairy, gluten, eggs and allergens, will be available this month in Sainsbury’s, Co-op, Ocado and the independent trade with a recommended retail price of £2.29.


Speaking about the product, Clare Blampied, Sacla UK Managing Director, said: "Food must be joyful and there’s no compromise to taste or texture with our new free from mayonnaise. 

"We hope it’ll become a store cupboard staple in non-vegan households too."

The brand claims the mayo, which comes in 180g jars, has an 'unbeatable thick, creamy and indulgent recipe, tasting like the market-leading mayonnaise'.

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