Vegan Brioche Bun Created By Leading Food Service Group

The organization wanted to meet the growing demand for vegan products
Vegan brioche roll
The new brioche roll has been created to meet growing vegan demand (Photo: Supplied)

A leading foodservice group has launched a vegan brioche bun in a bid to meet growing demand for animal-free foods.

Foodservice specialists Kara, of the Finsbury Food Group, says it wants to grow its offering to 'suit consumers who couldn't enjoy a classic brioche bun due to their dietary needs'.

Brioche traditionally contains egg and butter - which are substituted in this version for vegan alternatives - with Kara saying that despite these changes to the historic recipe, the buns 'do not compromise on flavor, color or texture'.

Vegan rise

"After witnessing a rise in both veganism and interest in brioche amongst different diners, we knew we had to begin offering an option that could hit both markets with a product that satisfies the need for brioche whilst suiting the vegan lifestyle," said Danielle Meehan, Foodservice NPD Manager.

"This brioche-style bun still delivers all the flavors of a classic brioche but is a more inclusive premium burger carrier perfect for both vegan and non-vegan diners."

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