Whole Foods Teams Up With Restaurant To Create To Create Special Vegan Holiday Meal

The retailer has also provided a promo code
The meal includes a range of dishes

Whole Foods Market is celebrating World Vegan Day on November 1 by launching a new partnership.

The health food store will team up with cult-favorite vegan chefs from Vedge to create all-new recipes for the holidays that will be available to order online at Whole Foods Market. 

Vedge is a Philadelphia-based vegetable restaurant created by husband and wife chef duo Richard Landau and Kate Jacoby. 

The menus at Vedge feature locally sourced, seasonal ingredients - absolutely no animal products are used.

Dishes

The meal includes a number of dishes such as mustard-glazed cauliflower, lentil-mushroom stuffing, 'cheesy' rutabaga and potato mash, sauerkraut-roasted rainbow carrots, and chocolate toffee mini cake. 

The dishes will also be served on Whole Foods Market hot bars across the nation on November 1. Online orders placed betwee Nov. 1-6 with the promo code VEGAN will be $5 off.

Customers can order the meal here

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