Speciality Breads Launches Vegan Society Registered Range
On the back of growing demand for plant-based foods across the foodservice industry and the wider UK, innovative British bakers Speciality Breads has announced the launch of an over 60-strong range of vegan, freshly frozen artisan breads, which The Vegan Society has registered with its much-coveted trademark.
The newly registered range comprises of over 60 existing lines including ciabattas, focaccias, baguettes and sourdough, plus an exciting new product the Eden Burger Bun.
For the full list of The Vegan Society registered products please visit – www.specialitybreads.co.uk.
George Gill, CEO at The Vegan Society, said:
“We are delighted to register breads by Speciality Breads Limited with our Vegan Trademark. As a company they have fully embraced the need to clearly demonstrate the true provenance and integrity of every ingredient. Speciality Breads primarily supply the foodservice industry so we are delighted that such a broad range of breads carrying our Vegan Trademark will now be available in restaurants, hotels, pubs and staff canteens throughout the UK.”
Simon Cannell, Managing Director of Speciality Breads, commented:
“The number of people adopting a plant-based diet has increased considerably over the last few years and all caterers are looking for ways to enhance the range they provide. Reasons behind the choice to become vegan are varied but whatever the rationale, people like to know everything about the food they eat.”
“We have taken the time to investigate every ingredient throughout our entire supply chain to guarantee that our breads are 100% vegan but we have not compromised on quality, our breads remain absolutely premium. Our breads can be enjoyed by all, which helps our customers, in turn, keep their customers happy.”
“To celebrate, our bakers have created the new Eden Burger Bun. This new bake cleverly includes a touch of potato to create a lovely soft flavoursome crumb under a rich golden ‘soft top’ crust; this bun performs admirably with relishes and sauces. We expect it to be a big hit alongside the fantastic beetroot, jack fruit, chick pea and other plant-based burgers we’re seeing. Each bun weighs 90g and are packed 45 to a case.”