UK food delivery service allplants has teamed up with Meatless Farm to launch a vegan version of Chicken Katsu Curry.
Like all its dishes, allplants’ new vegan NPD is 100% plant-based, flash-frozen, and delivered to the shopper’s door. Allplants claims to run Europe’s largest plant-based kitchen – a newly-opened 20,000 square ft kitchen in London. Customers can choose from over 50 chef-made dishes.
The new vegan NPD is tapping into the ‘fakeaway’ trend, with people dining at home moving towards healthier alternatives to fast-food takeaways, the company said.
Jonathan Petrides, co-founder of allplants, said: “The UK wants plant-based food without the sacrifice, a quick, affordable and healthier alternative to takeaway, and our new collaboration with the Meatless Farm on the ‘Chicken’ Katsu Curry delivers on all three. In the allplants kitchen, we have really high standards in terms of taste and what’s on our labels; and Meatless Farms products are good for you, and good for the planet. We couldn’t ask for more.”