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Our Gourmet Burger Buns are registered with The Vegan Society

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Join the vegan trend

The vegan and vegetarian market is predicted to be worth £1.1bn by 2023 and with 66% of consumers opting for or open to meat-alternative dishes , an appealing vegan menu can provide a rewarding opportunity for caterers.

Many foodservice outlets are missing out on sales due to poor meat-free alternatives. In fact 62% of consumers do not feel that meat-free burgers match the quality and variety of meat-based counterparts, so it is essential that operators go gourmet to avoid falling sort of the trend and disappointing consumers.

* Picture: Vegan Grill Marked Bun filled with pulled barbecue jackfruit

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Boost your sales with our Americana Gourmet Vegan Burger Bun range

At Americana we have demonstrated the benefits of trading up to gourmet when it comes to meat based burgers, and the opportunity is there for the taking in the vegan category too.

To help our customers easily identify the Americana gourmet buns that are suitable for vegans we have registered our products with the Vegan Society, and can proudly carry their trade mark logo.

Boost your sales with our Americana Gourmet Vegan Burger Bun range and satisfy consumers’ expectations without compromising on quality.

* Picture: Vegan Gluten Free Poppy Seed Bun  filled with a vegan burger

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Enter the vegan revolution

The vegan and vegetarian market is predicted to be worth £1.1bn by 2023 and with 66% of consumers opting for or open to meat-alternative dishes , an appealing vegan menu can provide a rewarding opportunity for caterers.



* Picture: Vegan Grill Marked Bun

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