Marks and Spencer Vegan Sandwiches – Finally!

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Veganism is becoming much more mainstream, however it seems as if Marks and Spencer has only just realised! While Pret and other coffee shops have had at least one vegan options, M and S have always been severely lacking.

However, Marks and Spencer vegan sandwiches have finally arrived! Along with some delicious looking veggie ‘bowls’. No more packet of crisps and a measly samosa for me!

Super Green

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Although I probably won’t be buying this one myself, (ugh mint), it’s brilliant to see some imagination going into producing vegan sandwiches.

Filled with edamame and minted pea, with a chia and linseed bread, a lot of time and effort has gone into this one. Not a falafel or avocado in sight!

Rainbow Veg

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Is it a vegan range if something doesn’t have avocado in? Made with roasted vegetables and avocado with pumpkin seeds in between red pepper bread, this is probably the option I would go for. It sounds fab, and looks as delicious as it sounds.

Marks and Spencer vegan options have always been pretty dire, but now there’s two 100% vegan sandwiches to pick from!

Veggie Bowls

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As well as their new sandwiches, they have also brought out some ‘bowls’, some of which are vegan. These include the Nutty Cauliflower Trio Veggie Pot and the Glorious Greens & Seeds Veggie Pot. Y-U-M.

The best thing about M and S launching a vegan range, is that it’s a result of public opinion. M and S is almost renowned for offering barely any vegan lunch options, yet look where we are now.

Thanks to people contacting them and showing that veganism is here to stay, their vegan range has grown enormously.

M and S previously had over 30 types of sandwiches, and not one was vegan. Although many were veggie, they were filled with feta, butter, or pointless milk extracts. See, it wasn’t too hard was it Marks and Spencer?

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