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Have Marks & Spencer just launched the ultimate Vegan Christmas sandwich?

M&S have launched a brand new sandwich which is suitable for Vegans to celebrate World Vegan Day and we can’t wait to try it.

There’s a new Christmas sandwich in town!

The ‘NO Turkey Feast’ sandwich will be launched on November 1st to coincide with World Vegan Day. The sandwich is the first ever vegan turkey feast, swapping traditional turkey for seasoned roasted soya, which has been scientifically developed to replicate meat in terms of taste, texture and even smell.

Combined with cranberry chutney, caramelised onion and sage dressing and fresh spinach on soft malted brown bread, the sandwich is the perfect alternative to the standard Turkey Feast which is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.

Helen Brennan, M&S Sandwich Developer, says:

“Signalling the start of the festive season, the launch of our Christmas sandwiches is hotly anticipated. Customers look forward to enjoying an early taste of Christmas, with our Turkey Feast being the number one sandwich of choice. This year we set ourselves the challenge of creating a meat free alternative with the same delicious flavours so veggies, vegans and those reducing their meat intake can still enjoy the festive favourite. We think it’s equally delicious and can’t wait to hear what customers think!”

M&S also support Shelter and will be donating 5% of each sale from the ‘Food on The Move’ festive collection to the charity. Since 2005, M&S and its customers have contributed over £10 million to the charity

The ‘No Turkey Feast’ is now available in M&S stores, £3.30. You can shop online and Marks and Spencer here.

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