Saturday, November 27, 2021

Wall’s Pastry launches two new vegan microwave slice

Wall’s Pastry is bringing a smile to vegan snackers across the nation, as it expands its popular range of microwavable slices with two new vegan flavours.

The Red Thai Curry Slice and Hearty Chilli Bean Slice will accompany Wall’s Pastry’s existing microwave range, which includes Mexican Chicken Fajita, Chilli Beef Burrito, Nacho Chilli Cheese, and Piri-Piri Chicken. The 100% plant-based products will launch from Thursday 11 November in selected UK Tesco stores.

The slices are a modern twist on the brand’s iconic product range of sausage rolls and other savoury pastries. They showcase flavours from around the world, and can be consumed both at home and on-the-go.

Mike Holton, brand manager at Wall’s Pastry, said: “With the growing demand for vegan products, we really wanted to create a new offering for our plant-based customers. Moving away from meat-eating should never mean compromising on taste, or convenience.

“Our microwave slices are designed to fit into busy routines and are perfect for a working from home snack, a quick office lunch or even as a tasty meal for students. We’re delighted to be expanding what is already a popular range, by bringing new products to the vegan market.”

The Red Thai Curry Slice is made with roasted sweet potatoes, red peppers and creamy coconut in a curry sauce. It has 9.3g of protein and contains 394 calories per 180g slice. The Hearty Chilli Bean Slice is filled with kidney beans, red peppers and sweetcorn in a spicy chilli sauce and contains 8.5g of protein, and 371 calories per 180g slice.

Mike added: “After seeing the success of our existing microwave slices, we’re really excited to bring this popular range to our vegan customers and expand further into the plant-based snacking space.“The new products will provide a meat-free alternative to our micro and traditional slices and have the flexibility to be enjoyed hot or cold – becoming a new fridge-staple for vegan, vegetarian and flexitarian consumers.”

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