Iceland launches the vegan trend by launching 13 herbal dishes

The move from Iceland to more vegan dishes follows the success of his meatless burger.

Iceland launches the vegan trend by launching 13 herbal dishes

Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter

The frozen food budget specialist Iceland is launching the vegan trend by launching 13 plant-based dishes.

On Mondays from Monday, September 3, they will begin to appear in the 900 meat-free cabinets of Argentina, full of dishes that include "No Bull & # 39; Beef & # 39; and & # 39; No Porkies & Porkies.

Follow the success of their non-meat burger No Bull, launched earlier this year, which sold more than all the other burgers in the range to become the summer's best-selling product.

The move from Iceland to more vegan dishes follows the success of his meatless burger.

The move from Iceland to more vegan dishes follows the success of his meatless burger.

The supermarket says there has been a ten-fold increase in demand for non-meat foods, fueled by the backing of celebrities such as Beyonce, Miley Cyrus and Madonna.

One in five UK consumers is considering becoming a vegan, bosses said.

Iceland's head chef, Neil Nugent, said: "The range incorporates completely new ingredients that include tofu and wheat proteins, and shows how tasty and diverse vegan food can be."

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