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Iceland's 'No Turkey' Vegan Christmas Dinner is Fit for One

 - Nov 26, 2018
References: groceries.iceland & livekindly.co
In addition to offering a range of vegetarian-friendly options like its No Bull Vegan Meatballs and No Porkies Vegan Sausages, UK supermarket chain Iceland is now launching a vegan Christmas dinner for one called the 'No Turkey Christmas Dinner.'

At the center of the plant-based feast for one is a vegan-friendly turkey substitute, which is paired with other hearty, festive flavors like wild mushrooms, butternut squash, chestnuts and kale, plus a savory sage and onion gravy. As many new consumers are adopting or experimenting with plant-based diets, this single-serve meal makes it easy to accommodate an individual with different dietary needs or preferences during a group celebration.

To better support consumers who want to enjoy a meat-free Christmas, Iceland launched a range of 15 new meatless products like a Luxury Caramelised Root Vegetable Tarte Tatin and a Vegetable & Nut Roast.