Sacla' Vegan Dressings
If you’re a fan of creamy salad dressings but also vegan, there aren’t many options out there. Enter Sacla'. The Blue Ch**se Dressing is a great dupe for its dairy-packed alternative, while the Creamy Caesar Dressing is perfect drizzled over crunchy croutons.
Exclusive to Ocado, Banana Scoops is the only brand in the UK creating vegan, banana-based ice cream using a combination of natural and plant-based ingredients. Creamy bananas are blended with select ingredients including vanilla, raspberries and cocoa powder to create a sweet treat free from refined sugar, artificial colours and is also low in fat. Even better? The calorie count starts from as little as 156 for half a tub.
M&S Classics Collection
Take a trip around some of the world’s most famous wine regions with M&S’s new wine range. Just launched in store, ‘Classics’ has been specially curated to offer a taste of some of the most iconic wines out there, from classic Provencal rosé, to the crisp freshness of Italian Gavi. We love the robust flavours of the Rioja Reserva.
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Putting real fruit back into soft drinks, Dalston’s seltzers are just as refreshing – not to mention better for you – as the average fizzy drink. Having built long-term and direct relationships with all of their suppliers, the brand’s founders are careful to source local ingredients wherever possible. Choose from one of these new flavours: Rhubarb, Elderflower or Cherry.
Miso Tasty Sauces
New from Miso Tasty comes a range of versatile cooking sauces to add a dose of Japanese flavour to any dish with a simple squeeze. Launched this month, the range includes Sweet & Sticky Teriyaki, Sweet & Savoury Miso, and Zesty Miso Yuzu. The sauces can be used in a variety of ways: as a glaze, sauce, marinade or dressing.
Created over four generations, Jason’s Bread takes a classic ciabatta, mashes it up in a sourdough process, bakes it in a tin and packages it sliced – creating their cult Ciabattin. There are three types to choose from – White, Grains & Seeds and Craft Beer. Delicious just lightly toasted with lots of salty butter, or topped with avocado, feta and sunflowers seeds.
Doisy and Dam
As a nod to some of their favourite childhood chocolate treats, Doisy and Dam have released Ballers, Buttons and D&Ds. Only this time they’re palm oil free, with ethically sourced ingredients and completely vegan. The perfect Netflix sharing bag (if you feel like sharing, that is).
Real Good Ketchup
Enjoy your favourite condiment without the unnecessary additives. Containing 80% less sugar and salt than standard ketchup, the ingredients in Real Good Ketchup are all high quality, plant-based and allergen free.
Vegan soup brand Re:Nourish has recently launched two new flavours: FUEL – Yellow Split Pea & Turmeric Daal and ENERGY – Pea, Basil & Lemon. The carefully designed, heatable, recyclable grab-and-go bottles means these delicious soups can also be enjoyed with or without utensils, while the entire range can be frozen up for up to three months.
Wine in a can continues to be popular this summer, and with all the picnics we’re enjoying, there’s never been a better time to try a new brand. Thankfully, Hun Wine has just released three new versions: Sauvignon Blanc, Rosé and Rosé Bubbles. The perfect choice for a socially distanced sundowner.
Sipsmith Chilli and Lime
After months of experimentation, the pioneers at Sipsmith have handcrafted the perfect union of fresh lime with a blend of seven fruity and complex chillies to create the first flavour in their new ‘sipping’ series. A delicious, zesty and fiery gin – perfect for the warmer weather.
The Turkey Kitchen
The Turkey Kitchen range is made with the finest British-farmed turkey for healthy, protein-rich and easy-to-make meals. Full of authentic spice and flavour, the range includes smoky and spicy Cajun Turkey Strips, crispy coated Katsu Turkey Steaks with mildly spiced and tangy coconut sauce, and aromatic Thai Turkey Cakes with sweet chilli sauce.