Hospitality - Plant-Based Menu Guide

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Plant-Based Menus are Taking Root in the Hospitality Industry

 

Mintel has reported that 27% of consumers plan to buy vegan food this year but not all of them are vegan. Whilst the number of vegans and vegetarians are increasing, there is also group of vegan-curious consumers to consider, who are adopting a more flexitarian approach.

Adding plant-based meals and drinks to your menu can be quick and easy. Here are some inspirational examples of how a few hospitality businesses are carving out a name for themselves:

  • Saorsa 1875 in Scotland presents an entire vegan philosophy. From staff uniforms to cleaning products, food and even electricity, they set an example of how veganism can be a lifestyle choice which extends beyond food
  • Suncraft in Bristol feature a global menu of vegan food including Ethiopian lentil stew, coconut laksa and gochujang stew alongside vitamin packed, cold pressed juice.
  • If you think a vegan fish and chip shop is an impossibility, check out Vish Shop in Dublin, a very popular vegan alternative to fresh fish and chips.
  • Itadaki Zen is Europe’s first vegan Japanese restaurant offering delicious alternatives to regular sushi.

For those not wanting to go all-in with plant based offerings, there are some simple, easy and flavourful meat free options to add to your menu:

Click here for Country Range's full Stir It Up Plant Based Menu Solutions Guide.

Alternatively, click here to view our range of vegan friendly finished products, snacks and ingredients.

Written by Thomas Ridley FoodService
Thomas Ridley FoodService