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Plant-based Roast Chicken Flavour Sandwich Slices come to Sainsbury’s and Waitrose. Squeaky Bean®’s latest launch revolutionises meat-free sandwiches
Sainsbury’s and Waitrose are expanding their plant-based range with the introduction of Squeaky Bean’s vegan Roast Chicken Flavour Sandwich Slices. The new product will launch into 221 Sainsbury’s stores on 21 September, as well as 155 Waitrose stores on 30 September.
Perfect for eating straight from the pack or making a flavourful sandwich filling or salad accompaniment, Squeaky Bean’s Roast Chicken Flavour Slices are a deliciously savoury addition to any plant-based lunch. The new product was developed as a result of strong demand for Squeaky Bean’s existing range of Pastrami and Ham Style Slices. The realistic and succulent texture is sure to cause a flutter among consumers who are simply looking to reduce their meat intake, as well as those who are committed to a vegan diet. Made from wildly delicious plants, including wheat, tofu and herbs, the Roast Chicken Style Slices are high in protein.
Packaged with sustainability in mind, the Slices are encased in a recyclable paper container with a peelable film lid. Each pack bears the recognisable bright Squeaky Bean branding, ensuring the Slices stand out on shelves. In a recent survey from the British Sandwich Association, chicken topped the list of the nation’s favourite sandwich fillings. In combination with other ingredients, such as stuffing, it also featured a further two times in the list of the top nine sandwiches.
These favourite fillings contribute to more than 43,000 tonnes of chicken being consumed every year in the sandwich market alone. However, with the launch of Squeaky Bean’s Roast Chicken Style Slices, vegetarians and plant-based diners no longer need to miss out on these much-loved sandwich combinations, while flexitarians looking to reduce their meat intake – whether for health, environment or animal welfare concerns – can opt for a realistic alternative to chicken products. Consumers can shake up their sandwiches in a variety of ways, including by trying the club sandwich recipe featured below.
Sarah Augustine, Squeaky Bean co-creator, says: “Squeaky Bean is your sidekick in the kitchen, with these wonderfully versatile and flavourful Roast Chicken Flavour Slices that are sure to challenge negative perceptions of vegan food. Adding a deliciously moreish filling to sandwiches has never been easier – that’s if you can resist eating the Slices straight from the pack!”
Squeaky Bean’s delicious range of simple-to-prepare products are helping to expand the vegan food market, which is experiencing a year-on-year value growth of 22% for meat-free ready to eat lines [Kantar WPO 52 w/e April 2020].
Each pack of Squeaky Bean plant-based Roast Chicken Slices weighs 90g and has a recommended retail price of £2.50.
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Recipe for Vegan Roast ‘Chicken’ Club Sandwich
Makes 1 large sandwich (serves 1-2)
1 pack of Squeaky Bean Roast Chicken Flavour Slices
1-2 slices of Squeaky Bean Ham Style Slices
1⁄4 avocado, sliced
1 slice of vegan cheese
A few leaves of lettuce or rocket salad
1 tomato, sliced
1 red onion, sliced
A spoonful of tomato ketchup
A little oil for frying
2 large slices of wholemeal bread
For the vegan ‘honey’ mustard sauce:
2 tbsp vegan mayo
1 tbsp maple syrup or agave syrup
1 tsp yellow mustard
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1⁄4 tsp black pepper
Start by slicing your red onion and placing it into a non-stick pan over medium heat alongside a little oil. Cook for a few minutes, stirring regularly until the onion softens.
In the meantime, mix up your ‘honey’ mustard sauce in a small bowl. Whisk until smooth.
Once softened, remove the onion from the pan and set aside. Place 1-2 pieces of Squeaky Bean Ham Flavour Slices into the pan and allow it to cook for 1 minute, flipping halfway through.
Assemble your ‘chicken’ club sandwich! Start with a layer of sauce, add on the avocado and top with the vegan cheese slice. To get your cheese extra melty, place it under the grill in your oven for 1-2 minutes.
Place the sliced tomato onto the cheese, add a little more of the sauce, then top with a generous serving of the Squeaky Bean Roast Chicken Flavour Slices. Spread tomato ketchup onto the top slice, add the cooked ham slice, the red onion & finish off with the lettuce leaves. Spread the remainder of the ‘honey’ mustard sauce onto the second slice before placing it on top.
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Groundbreaking brand Nudie Snacks has harnessed the plant power in wonky veg and is the first to market a new product made from fresh produce that would usually have been discarded.
The Caulifower Crisps are made from 40% fresh cauliflower grown in Scotland and come in two different flavours – cheese and caramelised onion and katsu curry. They offer bold and innovative flavours with a broad appeal to all ages and tastes.
The Ayrshire brand says the crisps are in line with its ethos of producing quality plant-based snacks that are a healthier alternative.
With no artificial flavourings or colourings, the Cauliflower Crisps are low in sugar, high in fibre and 40% lower in saturated fat than traditional potato crisps, making a healthier snacking option. Importantly, they are cutting food waste as the crisps are made from vegetables often thrown out because they don’t meet standard shape and size requirements.
“We wanted to find a way to use all the wonky cauliflowers that shops think they can’t or shouldn’t be selling and making them into a snack we’re proud of,” said Tracey Hogarth, founder of Nudie Snacks.
“We are the first to market this product – it’s the perfect snack and doesn’t compromise on taste or quality.
“With the health risks associated with diabetes, obesity and coronavirus, it has never been a more important time to keep your immune system and gut health in good condition. Eating pulses is better for you, keeps you fuller for longer and prevents you reaching for high-fat, high-sugar snacks.”
A 22gm bag of Cauliflower Crisps has 118 calories and is perfect for adults and children, in packed lunch boxes, to nibble on during the day or in the evening.
Suitable for those following vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free diets, the crisps are part of a new range by Nudie Snacks that includes Lentil Curls flavoured with Chilli and lime, Quinoa Chips with Sundried Tomato and Garlic, Lightly Salted Roasted Corn, Lightly Salted Hummus Chips and Popcorn.
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LEON LAUNCHES BETTER BURGERS CAMPAIGN
Wide industry call to improve sourcing and nutrition of fast food nationwide
Restaurant is also launching a new Burger Meal Deal, a Crispy Chicken Korean Burger and vegan menu innovations
New menu available from 8th October in LEON restaurants across the UK
Naturally Fast Food chain LEON is launching the Better Burgers Campaign, rallying the hospitality industry to improve the nutrition and sourcing of fast food.
The campaign brings to life LEON’s mission to serve naturally fast food that not only tastes good but does good too, with a menu featuring local and responsibly sourced seasonal ingredients. The announcement comes at a time when consumers are challenging restaurants to behave with more transparency and clarity on the nutritional value of their menus.
The Better Burgers Campaign kicks off with the launch of LEON’s new Burger Meal Deal (any burger)1, regular Baked Fries and a no-added-sugar natural fruit juice sparkling can; £8.95) and the new Crispy Chicken Korean Burger. This good-for-your-gut burger is made with raw, fermented kimchi, LEON’s best-selling GFC higher-welfare British chicken nuggets and a zingy Korean mayo.
Each of LEON’s Burgers is truly ‘better’: from the delicious Chargrilled Chicken Burger made with 100% British chicken thigh, which has double the protein of a McDonald’s McChicken Sandwich and more protein than any of KFC’s Chicken Burgers, to the Fish Finger Burger made with MSC fish from sustainable shoals which beats McDonald’s equivalent, Filet-o-Fish.
LEON believes in the power of plants and has increased the number of plant-based dishes on its menu, with a focus always on flavour helping guests to both eat well and look after the planet. In fact, sales of plant-based burgers now equal the number of meat-based burgers2 which couldn’t make the team at LEON happier.
Continuing to innovate in plant-based dishes, LEON is also launching a new Vegan Tagine with Jackfruit & Chickpeas (£4.95) and Sweetcorn Ribs with Parmesan & Truffle (£3.45), welcoming the return of the Brazilian Black Beans (£3.95), and larger Vegan Cheezy Loaded Fries, now topped with hot jalapeños (£3.95).
Continuing its commitment to seasonality, the Grilled Aubergine and Paprika Chicken Plant Boxes have been updated to feature the best of British autumnal roasted veg.
Erica Molyneaux, Head of Food at LEON, said: “It is our mission to continue to give our guests food that tastes good, does good and is kind to the planet. It is time for other restaurant brands to join us in the Better Burgers Campaign and rally for the improvement of food sourcing and nutrition within the fast food industry.
“We’re excited to be launching a new responsibly-sourced burger and a range of vegan sides which continues to show our ongoing commitment to providing innovative, affordable and good-for-your-gut fast food.”
The new menu is available across all LEON restaurants from Thursday 8th October 2020.
London’s Newest Dessert Trend Has Arrived in Shoreditch
● T’s Fried Scoop, fried ice cream desserts, arrived in Brick Lane, East London on 25th July ● The dessert craze is unlike anything tasted before in the UK ● T’s Fried Scoop is fried ice cream, inspired by a blend of Mexican and Japanese desserts
On Saturday 25th July, the UK’s newest dessert craze arrived to the Truman Brewery Upmarket, Shoreditch. (91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL) The dessert trend is fried ice cream but it’s unlike anything England has ever seen before. The ice cream is inspired by a blend of Mexican and Japanese desserts. The ‘fried scoop’ is a combination of hot and cold desserts in one. The deep fried ice cream has an outer cookie-dough shell that is rolled in breadcrumbs that form a crispy layer but can also be covered in either cornflakes or Oreos. The founder describes it as “a hot, fried crust, coated in breadcrumbs, cornflakes or Oreos, wrapped around a decadent ice cream”.
The fried ice cream enthusiast and founder, Natasha, commented, “When I first tried fried ice cream, I was amazed! It was unlike anything I’d had before. I became so obsessed that I began practising and practising, using lots of methods from various cultures. This is why T’s Fried Scoop is so unique, because we’re a blend of so many different methods!” The dessert maker is committed to making sure their desserts are inclusive, which is why T’s Fried Scoop has plenty of options, with their Matcha Ice cream being Vegan, and some toppings being Gluten free, there is something for everyone. The desserts are entirely vegetarian and kosher, and Natasha is busy working on an entirely Vegan and Gluten free menu.
T’s Fried Scoop T’s Fried Scoop are located in the Truman Brewery Upmarket every Saturday from 11am-6pm and every Sunday from 10am-6pm. The fried ice cream is inspired by similar South Indian, Mexican and Japanese desserts but this is a totally unique recipe, and experience.
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Wiley’s Finest launches CatchFree Omega – the “vegan fish oil” you can cook with
A major step forward in health CatchFree Omega – Full spectrum Omega-3 Liquid is the first health supplement in the world that not only offers vegans and vegetarians their daily dose of Omega-3s and vitamin D from plant-based sources, but can also be used as an ingredient to create delicious meals such as desserts, smoothies and salads.
Omega-3s are crucial for the brain, heart, eye, and reproductive health. They optimise our brain function; improving focus, IQ and memory. They also have anti-inflammatory effects and have been shown to reduce the chance of dementia. Yet studies show most of the UK population, and especially vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians are commonly deficient in Omega-3s.
CatchFree Omega – Full spectrum Omega-3 Liquid and soft gel capsules are made from a blend of branded British-grown Ahiflower seed oil, Algarithm DHA derived from marine algae and the addition of MenaQ7 and Vitashine vitamin D3.
Naturally wild and now agriculturally grown, British Ahiflower contains a full spectrum of healthy fats such as ALA Omega-3, SDA Omega-3, and GLA Omega-6 fatty acids. Each bloom of the Ahiflower produces up to four seeds which are then pressed to produce an Omega-rich healthy oil with a higher quality and quantity of Omegas than any other seed oil ever produced.
The light Tropical Mango flavouring of CatchFree Omega – Full spectrum Omega-3 Liquid makes it truly unique in that consumers can conveniently cook with it.
Vegans, vegetarians, and flexitarians are commonly deficient in the essential nutrient, omega-3. DHA omega-3 is crucial for brain, heart, eye, and reproductive health. Doctors recommend consuming 250-500 mg per day. Even vegetarians who eat eggs and dairy foods, their intake is, on average, only 20 mg DHA per day compared to the suggested. A large population study in vegetarians reported that more than half of the subjects consumed no DHA at all.
Wiley’s Finest has continued to expand beyond wild Alaskan fish oils by launching other plant-based products such as Bold Heart, a useful and natural way to manage cholesterol in a convenient, mixable sachet serving for heart health on-the-go.
Sam Wiley, Wiley’s Finest CEO says: “”From day one, Wiley’s Finest was always designed to offer more than ‘just’ exceptional quality fish oil. We are passionate about the essential fatty acid category, and about our mission to serve the health and nutrition needs of all consumers. We recognise there are millions around the world who choose not to eat animal products, and our commitment to serve the health of everyone on the planet has just taken a major step forward.”
CatchFree Omega – Full spectrum Omega-3 Liquid and Capsules are certified non-GMO by NSF and Vegan by the Vegetarian Society.
It is available at the recommended retail price of £29.99 for either 60 softgel capsules (2 month supply) or 125ml of delicious mango-flavoured liquid. It is available online and from independent health food shops and pharmacists across the UK.
About Wiley’s Finest™ Wiley’s Finest™ point of difference is clear. A new generation of fish oil users has emerged – people who see fish oil not just as a generic ‘Omega-3’ supplement, but as seafood. People who demand a product to not only feature a high-concentration of EPA & DHA or science-driven formulas, but are traceable and sustainable. The company has taken off like a rocket, becoming the natural health food channel’s fastest growing fish oil brand and a preferred choice by many of the nation’s leading independent health food stores.
Although the Wiley’s Finest™ brand is relatively new, its family’s roots go deep in manufacturing and distillation of high purity ingredients. Brothers Sam and Daniel are third generation in the business; working with their father David and uncle Paul every day. They are proud that the family has been manufacturing since 1981 — that’s over 35 years of excellence in fine distillation.
What are Omega-3s?
Gretchen Vannice has a Master’s in Nutrition Science and is a registered dietitian nutritionist, specializing in omega-3 research. She is also author of Making Sense of Omega-3s: The Good Fats. She specialises in omega-3 research and natural health. She says:
“Both omega-3s and omega-6s are required fats in human health. They’re called essential fats because we need them but our bodies can’t make them; instead, we must consume them through diet and supplements. Most of us get plenty of omega-6s but fall short of enough omega-3s.
“Omega-3s are among the most researched nutrients. Different forms and sources of omega-3s exist (see Table) and they work differently in the body. For example, ALA and SDA omega-3s found in plant oils work differently from EPA and DHA omega-3s found in algae (vegan) and fish oils. What’s more, while all omega-3s have health benefits, research shows that some give more targeted benefits in our bodies.
“The omega-3s EPA and DHA support life-sustaining functions, such as breathing, heart rate, and muscle and nerve contractions. Everyone needs EPA and DHA for a healthy body, and higher levels of omega-3 (measured as the Omega-3 Index) support optimum health. An Omega-3 Index of 8% or higher improves the health of your brain, heart, eyes, joints; it increases longevity and supports overall health and wellness.
“ALA and SDA are also healthy fats; they are great sources of energy and support general metabolic wellness. Supplementing with SDA and vegan DHA omega-3s effectively increases the Omega-3 Index.1, Both ALA and SDA can convert to EPA in our bodies; the added benefit of SDA is that the body turns SDA into EPA far more efficiently than ALA does from flax seeds.,,, Research shows that consuming vegan DHA increases DHA levels, while consuming ALA will not.,,13
“All of us, from vegan to omnivore, need DHA omega-3 for optimal health as it is crucial for brain, heart, eye, and reproductive health. The majority of us don’t meet our omega-3 needs unless we eat fish or take fish oil. This is especially true for vegans, vegetarians, lacto-ova vegetarians, and flexitarians. Many vegans and vegetarians consume little or no DHA omega-3. Even among vegetarians who eat eggs and dairy foods, their intake is, on average, only 20 mg DHA per day compared to the suggested 250-500 mg per day. Indeed, a large population study in vegetarians reported that more than half of the subjects consumed no DHA at all. Vegan athletes tend to be very low in omega-3s. Given the documented need for DHA and the lack of DHA in plant-focused diets, consuming DHA directly is highly recommended.”
Vannice also states that vegans and vegetarians alsohave significantly lower intake of vitamin D. The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) recommends at least 10 mcg vitamin D per day, but a UK population study reported the average intake of vitamin D among vegetarians was 1.5 mcg per day, and even lower in vegans, who consume less than 1 mcg of vitamin D per day while., Vitamin D is needed to support strong and reliant bones, a healthy immune system, and muscle metabolism; and because it is a fat-soluble vitamin, it is best taken with fat. Supplementing with at least 25 mcg per day is recommended to increase vitamin D levels.12,13
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Family owned, Family run, British manufacturer – Gluten Free oat milk for ethical consumers
With many consumers now actively investigating not only how products are made, but increasingly, who owns the brand themselves, the focus on family owned, family run companies has never been greater. Glebe Farm Foods has been in the Rayner family for over 50 years, and is currently run by sister and brother Rebecca and Phil. This year, heavy investment by the family itself has seen the creation of a purpose-built gluten free oat milk plant, located on the same farm at which the oats themselves are grown. This plant has been the catalyst for the launch of PureOaty, the only oat drink on the market that is produced using exclusively British gluten free oats.
Lovingly created in the UK using just 4 natural ingredients: British gluten free oats, water, sunflower oil and salt, PureOaty contains no added sugars, sweeteners or preservatives and never, ever comes from concentrate (unlike many similar products).
Low in sugar and calories, PureOaty is an excellent milk alternative in delicious barista style coffees, whilst being perfect on cereals, or in smoothies. In addition, it excels as the base for many sauces, soups and desserts or as a key ingredient in baking, from gluten free brownies to delicious cakes and bakes.
When steamed through a domestic coffee machine, PureOaty creates a luxurious, velvety barista style foam which is ideal for a morning cappuccino, mid-afternoon latte or an indulgent hot chocolate.
Following the huge demand for plant-based milks in 2020, PureOaty provides a fantastic gluten and dairy-free option for those who are integrating free-from products into their daily lifestyle in 2020.
Suitable for both vegetarians and vegans alike, PureOaty also offers an excellent plant-based option for consumers with a number of dietary requirements including lactose intolerance, coeliac disease and nut allergies.
The Rayner family is delighted with the initial launch of this gluten free oat milk option and are already receiving a great response from consumers following a dairy free diet, as well as those who are choosing it as a lifestyle option.
PureOaty is currently stocked in Holland & Barrett, Central England Co-Op’s and Amazon an retails for around £1.99.
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Pretty Pea Protein Powder is popular with both vegans and non-vegans alike. It’s high fibre, low carbohydrate and low calorie blend plus added Superfoods and no bloat formula make Pretty Pea super versatile.
Low calorie at just 96 calories per serving and low carbohydrate at less than 1g per serving means you can enjoy Pretty Pea Protein any time of day. Enjoy as a healthy snack, a meal replacement or as post workout fuel for your body so you can get the most from your body and your training. The high fibre blend, hypoallergenic formula is bioavailable for ready absorption in your body and manufactured in the UK to the highest standards, all of which combine for a tummy friendly no bloat and ethical choice.
Pretty Pea’s wholesome and nutritious protein is one of the finest sources of plant protein on the market. A complete amino acid profile plus superfood blend Pretty Pea protein compliments every diet and lifestyle. Superfoods include: • Spirulina one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, • Green Tea which has been used for centuries and famed for being an antioxidant haven. • Acai Berry are so potent they are the new darlings of the Superfood Universe. • Chicory Root gives Pretty Pea Protein it’s high fibre content. Chicory is part of the Dandelion family and a rich source of the water soluble prebiotic fibre, Inulin. So then makes the pretty perfect compliment. • Dandelion Root itself, used and revered in traditional folk medicine for centuries for cleansing the body and negative energies it’s the granter of wishes in your garden and in your body.
WHAT A MOTHERCLUCKER! TURTLE BAY LAUNCHES PLANT-BASED BURGER FOR WORLD VEGAN DAY
Caribbean restaurant, Turtle Bay, has launched a meat-free ‘Motherclucker’ burger to coincide with World Vegan Day on Friday November 1st. Featuring a vegan chicken style patty, vegan burger bun, jerk vegan mayo, rocket, smashed avocado, pickled pink onion and jerk BBQ sauce, the Vegan Motherclucker is priced £7.50 and available at Turtle Bay restaurants nationwide. It is also available as part of the £10 lunch deal – any burger or roti plus one side and one homemade soft drink, Monday to Friday from 12pm-3pm.
Vegan Christmas Wonderland at the Essex Vegan WinterFest
Enjoy the ethical festival feel-good factor at the Essex Vegan WinterFest this December. Colchester Charter Hall will be playing host to an exciting family Christmas food and shopping experience. Whether you fancy trying some festive food, are looking for new recipe ideas or are fed up with buying the usual gifts for the family and are looking for something that’s plastic-free, this event will have everything you need to create the perfect cruelty-free Christmas…
The 2019 Essex Vegan WinterFest will take place at Colchester Charter Hall on Saturday 14th December 2019 from 10.30am – 4.30pm. This unique WinterFest features over 100 fantastic stalls offering a wide variety of festive vegan produce, including Christmas cakes, mince pies and chocolate. There’s also clothing from Viva la Vegan, Wear Your Voice and Vegan Slogan Clothing, plus Ethical gift ideas from stalls like Seraphina Jewellery, Eden Perfumes (with Viva La Vegan) and Organically Epic.
Hot takeaway food includes delicious dishes from Greek Vegan Deli, Home Kitchen, Vdogs and Veg Heads. There will also be free Bute Island Sheese samples to enjoy, plus food stalls, Deliciously Honest, Dinky Doos, Happy Cat Coffee, Honest Edibles, kt london, O’Donnell Moonshine, The May Bakery, The Olive Branch and Vegan Sweet Tooth London. There will also be all day informative talks and exciting cookery demos to inspire.
And in the true Christmas spirit, the event also helps local homeless people, whilst also helping to reduce food waste. Stall holders are asked to donate any surplus food at the end of the festival, and a group of volunteers distributes it to homeless people after the event, providing a hot meal as well as cold dishes.
The Essex Vegan WinterFest takes place on Saturday, 14th December 2019 from 10:30am – 4:30pm at Colchester Charter Hall, Cowdray Avenue, Colchester, Essex, CO1 1YH. Entry is from just £3 (under 16’s free) and this includes entry to all areas and activities. Standard tickets are purchased at the door on the day. VIP tickets, £15, include fast track entry and a goody bag full of vegan products, samples, discounts and offers can be purchased in advance but sell out quickly. For more information please visitwww.veganeventsuk.co.uk or www.facebook.com/VeganEventsUK
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Coconuts Organic is a fabulous vegan ice cream that genuinely tastes as good as the dairy! Made with coconut cream and unrefined coconut sugar and just a few other natural ingredients to this base, It’s certified organic, officially vegan, and probably the best non-dairy ice cream you’ll taste!
With Christmas and Veganuary coming up, they have loads of delicious flavours; Mint Choc; Creamy Coconut; Rum ‘n Raisin…..and lots more!
Coconuts Organic (formerly Coconuts Naturally), the vegan ice cream made famous on BBC Dragon’s Den, announce a significant step in the growth of the business as they secure Tesco listing. From June 17th , Coconuts Organic will be available in more than 600 Tesco stores around the UK, with two brand new flavours (Choc Orange Swirl and Double Caramel) exclusive to Tesco. The timing of the store listing will coincide with the official rebrand when Coconuts Naturally will become Coconuts Organic – the same award-winning, all-natural ice cream, but with a new name and striking packaging! Launched in 2015 by entrepreneur Cecily Mills, the Cornwall-based business has achieved more than 100% sales growth every year in its first three years (partly thanks to the ever-growing customer appetite for vegan products) and has firmly established itself as a dominant player in the free-from category. Commenting on the announcement; CEO and Founder, Cecily Mills said; “Securing a listing with Tesco UK is a real milestone for the business, and we are so excited to share our two new flavours with Tesco shoppers. This has been a huge year for us – starting out with a successful crowdfunding campaign, and now the rebrand, new product launch and coming on board with Tesco. For me personally, it feels like a huge achievement to have Coconuts Organic in supermarket freezers across the country.” In addition to the Tesco listing, Coconuts Organic is currently available UK-wide, via Ocado and in independent stores and cafes via two national distributors. Internationally, the product is available in Dubai. The brand is also developing its international expansion plans, with a particular focus on the Middle East and Asia.