Three New Vegan Product Launches

It’s a good week to be vegan as three new products have been released on the market, including the long awaited vegan-bon – which is set to change breakast time

As more and more people adopt a plant-based diet, more and more retailers are realising that there’s a real need for vegan-friendly products. Here’s three of the latest vegan product launches, including vegan lattes, vegan croissants and vegan breakfast baps!


Centra has introduced a brand-new vegan range hot from the deli, meaning whether you’re vegan, flexitarian or just having a meat-free day, you can choose from a vegan-bon, a mouth-watering vegan breakfast bap and of course, the classic vegan sausage roll.

The vegan-bon is a vegan take on the infamous jambon. This delicious warm pastry is filled with curried cauliflower and sweet potato and perfect for any time of day. The vegan breakfast bap is a vegan twist on an Irish staple and jam-packed packed with a soya-based vegan sausage, a hash brown, mushrooms and topped off with Ballymaloe Relish. Finally, Centra has re-created the nation’s favourite delicacy to make the ultimate vegan sausage roll, available in small and large varieties.

Centra vegan deli range


Breakfast just got sweeter for Dubliners with Carluccio’s new plant-based sourdough croissants that will not only be welcomed by vegans but anyone looking to enjoy the flakiest of pastries with their morning coffee.  Freshly baked in-store there’s no need to sacrifice on taste as you can still enjoy that same cloud-like, flaky and buttery taste with these completely plant-based alternatives free from eggs, butter and milk.

The Croissant Vegano (€2.00) is made from a traditional Italian fresh sourdough recipe giving it a tasty and airy lightness, with a sprinkling of cane sugar on top.

New milk alternatives, including soy, coconut and oat milk, will also be available providing the perfect non-dairy accompaniment to your vegan morning treat.

Carluccios vegan croissant


Nestlé launched three plant-based frothy coffees under its iconic Nescafé Gold brand. The almond, oat and coconut lattes (€3.99 for 6) are all certified by the Vegan Society as suitable for people following a vegan diet.

The premium Nescafé Gold non-dairy lattes are the world’s first plant-based soluble coffees mixes and are available exclusively from Tesco until February 2020, after which they will also be available in other retailers across Ireland. Blends of 100% Arabica coffee have been specially crafted to mix perfectly with the plant-based ingredients to create smooth creamy tasting lattes.

The plant-based lattes are being launched first in the Ireland and UK  before being rolled out in several markets across Asia, Europe, Latin America and Oceania.

Nescafe Gold_Plant Based Latte Coffee

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