Vegan-friendly products for you to try on National Vegan Day


Veganism is on the rise in the UK with 3.5* million Brits on the meat-free bandwagon. To mark National Vegan Day which is taking place on Thursday 1st November, we have put together a list of the top five products for you to try.

Soylent, soy based meal replacement

Silicon Valley sensation Soylent launched in the UK last month and has made waves amongst the press. On sale through Amazon UK this ready-to-drink meal replacement makes eating on the go even easier with each bottle designed as a complete vegan meal, packed with 20g of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals.

Linda Mccartney Vegan Beef Roast

Winter is finally here and what better way to warm up than with a hearty roast? Vegans can look no further as the original food pioneer, Linda McCartney has produced a succulent vegetarian beef-flavour roast made with rehydrated textured soya protein and onion; finished with a red wine and shallot glaze. On sale in Waitrose, Ocado and Sainsbury’s for £3.50.

Rebel Kitchen Chocolate Mylk

This November, go for a simple yet super tasty organic chocolate mylk from Rebel Kitchen.

With organic coconut milk, the dairy, gluten and nut-free drink will curb your chocolate cravings to one side and act as delicious pick me up throughout the day. The product can is available in Waitrose for £1.70.

Baileys Almande

Why wait until Christmas to indulge in Baileys when you can try the vegan-friendly version today? Baileys Almande is a delicious and light tasting spirit from made with real almond milk. This smooth spirit blends the luscious, nutty flavors and real vanilla to create a versatile drink. It offers all the luxury of Baileys in an innovative new way, meaning that this world vegan month and festive season, no one misses out on the treat.
It is available nationwide in all major retailers for £20.00.

Halo-Top ice cream

Available in Toasted Coconut, Peanut Butter Cup and Sea Salt Caramel flavours, these are the first vegan releases by lower-calories brand, Halo Top. As well as being lower in calories than most other conventional ice creams (vegan or otherwise) they are also high in protein and, most importantly, delicious even in the cold weather!