Pret A Manger’s New Vegetarian and Vegan Menu

Pret A Manger's New Vegetarian and Vegan Menu

A top high street chain is launching a new vegan and veggie menu to help people change their diets this month.

Charity Veganuary supports tens of thousands of people as they ‘try vegan in January’, with a 360% increase in the number of vegans in the UK over the past ten years.

Pret A Manger is introducing more than 15 new veggie and vegan items to its menu this month, including veggie pots, breakfasts, soups and new drinks.

Veggie pots

Courgetti Veggie Pot (vegetarian) – Mint and cucumber yoghurt raita topped with spiralized courgettes, chopped mint and parsley. Served with chargrilled red peppers and toasted pine nuts, £2.25

Rainbow Veggie Pot (vegan) – Hummus, chantenay carrots, radishes, and mustard cress, £2.25

Asian Greens Veggie Pot (vegan) – Avocado, peas, edamame, and coriander with Asian-inspired dressing and a sprinkling of mixed sesame seeds

Soups and broths

Spiced Corn & Quinoa (vegan) – A delicately spiced, Peruvian-inspired soup, with roasted cumin, coriander seeds, yellow chilli powder, and turmeric mixed with sweetcorn, cauliflower, red quinoa, coriander, and lime juice, £3.45

Greens & Grains (vegan) – Spinach, petis pois, broccoli, basil, leek, cavolo nero, onion and garlic, with coconut cream and vegetable bouillon, with brown rice, quinoa, buckwheat, and millet, topped with pumpkin seeds, £3.45

Cauliflower & Chickpea Dahl (vegan) – Cauliflower florets, green chickpeas, yellow split peas, lentils, and tomatoes simmered in a vegetable bouillon with ginger, garlic, cumin, coriander, paprika, turmeric, cardamom, black onion seeds and chilli. Topped with coconut flakes. £3.45.

Cosy three course vegan meal in Pret 😉 Their coconut bircher, Xmas baguette (which was 👌) and their vegan Bounty equivalent. It's easier than ever to be vegan ❤️🌱 #vegan #veganpret #veganlondon #vegansofig

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Mango Chia Pot (vegan) – Dairy-free coconut yoghurt with chia seeds, diced mango, and pomegranate, £2.25

Apple & Pomegranate Overnight Oats (vegan) – Gluten-free oats soaked overnight with shredded apple, almond milk, apple juice, and cinnamon, topped with pomegranate seeds and shredded apple, £1.99

Pret’s Coconut Porridge (vegan) – The old Five Grain Porridge is getting scrapped in favour of this new porridge, made with gluten-free oats, red quinoa, and coconut milk, £2.65

Drinks – available from January 24

Hot Shot – A 110ml hot and spicy juice made with orange, turmeric, ginger, and cayenne pepper, £1.99

Matcha Green Tea – A combination of oolong, matcha, and white tea, £1.70

Turmeric Tonic Tea – Organic ginger and turmeric with a touch of lemon and black pepper, £1.70

Rooibos Cacao Tea – A blend of Rooibos, organic cacao, cinnamon, chicory, and coconut, £1.70

A number of chains are set to get behind Veganuary this month, including Leon, Handmade Burger Company, Las Iguanas and Zizzi.

Last year, 23,000 people from 142 countries took part in Veganuary, including fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, writer and activist, Jack Monroe and Downton Abbey actor Peter egan, while TV presenter Jasmine Harman took part in 2014. And when model and tattoo artist Kat von D shared her support for Veganuary, she crashed the charity’s website. Amanda Abbongton, star of Sherlock, will be taking part in Veganuary this year, alongside Rebecca Collard, Borrowers actress and daughter of Coronation Street actress, Beverley.

Says Clea Grady, Marketing Manager at Veganuary: “The worldwide rise in veganism may be influenced by celebrities but the number one reason that people give for taking part in Veganuary is to protect animals. Farming is a brutal business. Male chicks are killed at a day old because they aren’t able to lay eggs, unwanted calves are shot, and pigs are locked in crates and treated like breeding machines. Consumers increasingly won’t stomach such cruelty, and are choosing to eat vegan. The trend is all set to continue and food outlets like All Bar One, Pret and Zizzi are absolutely right to make vegan foods a priority.”

Veganuary is sponsored by Ten Acre, Tideford Organics, Pulsin, Fry’s Family Foods and Flora Freedom.

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