UK Brand HECK Releases Range Of Vegan Sausages

The new range is now available at Asda stores across the UK
Heck Sausages
The fully vegan sausages come in four flavor varieties (Image: Instagram)

Gourmet sausage brand HECK has added four vegan sausages to its range of meat-free options.

HECK currently offers a number of vegan and vegetarian options, in addition to its animal-based products.

Sausages

The 100 percent plant-based sausages come in four varieties - Bollywood Bangers, Super Green Saus, The Beet Goes On, and Sweet Fusion Sausages - and are now available in Asda stores across the UK.

The sausages are made largely from whole foods, such as sweet potato, rice, pulses, quinoa and beetroot.

Plant-Based Meats From Heck
HECK's vegan products can be purchased in store, or online (Image: Facebook)

Meat-free

HECK also offers two mock meat-ball products - Super Green Balls, and Sweet Fusion VeggieBalls, which are available at Waitrose stores.

You can also order HECK's vegan and vegetarian products online.

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