Simply in time for Veganuary, Heinz has lastly responded to demand, launching new plant-based variations of two of its much-loved basic tins.
Now coming in vegan choices, Heinz Creamy Tomato Soup and Heinz Beanz and Vegan Sausages have hit supermarkets immediately.
Out there in Ocado, then Sainsburys from January 8, the brand new tins are fully vegan and are priced between £1.70 and £2.
The model says followers have been calling for vegan model for years – and the brand new additions have been a number of years within the making.
Manel Jordao, model supervisor at Heinz, says: ‘Since 1869, Heinz have been on the coronary heart of meals innovation and our founder, Henry J. Heinz, was really one of many first plant-based meals pioneers.
‘Not solely did he develop a few of his first merchandise from elements grown in his mom’s backyard, iconic merchandise like Heinz Tomato Ketchup and Heinz Beanz have all the time been plant-based from the beginning.’
Even higher, each tins depend as one among your 5 a day, and haven’t any synthetic colors, flavours, or preservatives.
Dr. Toni Vernelli, who works for the charity Veganuary, says: ‘These merchandise are British staples and our members have constantly advised us they might love vegan variations so it’s great to see Heinz responding to this rising demand for plant-based choices.
‘Veganuary’s function is to assist folks select plant-based meals, whether or not their motivation is well being, planet, folks or animals.
‘And our job is made a lot simpler when folks can merely select vegan variations of their favorite meals.’
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