A Selection from Vegan Food Manufacturers and the Best Options for a Variety of Flavors
In the world of vegan food, new things are constantly popping up, so it’s no longer a surprise.
In the coming months, for example, Starburst will be giving chewy candy fans a gelatin-free option. And candy company TCHO has decided to go completely vegan.
At the same time, many vegan meat companies are offering China to try plant-based jerky, and the large chain Café de Coral is offering visitors vegan pork from OmniFood.
Starburst was developed back in 1960. The company has never before offered a gelatin-free version of its candies in the United States. But that could change very soon.
The little pink bag labeled “Plant-Based Gummies” with a variety of orange, lemon, cherry, and strawberry flavors will win over all vegans.
TCHO and Vegan Sweets
Chocolate brand TCHO will stop using dairy products by 2023. This is a whole new standard in the craft chocolate industry. The company’s professional products, used by bakeries and restaurants across the country, will do away with dairy products even earlier, in 2022. Instead of using dairy products, which carry a large carbon footprint compared to their plant-based counterparts, TCHO will focus on new bases such as cashew butter and oat milk. TCHO is showcasing its vegan innovations in six new bars that will eventually replace milk chocolate.
Vegan Pork from OmniFood
The iconic product has gone vegan thanks to a partnership between two Hong Kong companies: plant-based food technology company OmniFoods and popular restaurant chain Café de Coral. They joined forces to create a new flavor. The result is a great dish that isn’t harmful to animals or the planet.
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