PETA has just officially declared the best place to head for vegan breakfast, lunches and dinners.
Every year for the last four years, PETA has rounded up the best vegan food available from supermarkets and restaurants, in an effort to help vegans and vegetarians find the tasty food they deserve.
The PETA awards feature 24 categories of vegan goodness, including best vegan mayonnaise and best vegan chicken.
Pret A Manger’s Chana Chaat Flat Bread took Best Vegan Sandwich, while Sgaia Foods Streaky Rashers took Best Vegan Meat.
Other winners included:
Best Dairy-Free Milk – Koko Dairy-Free Milk + Calcium
Best Vegan Burger – Linda McCartney Vegetarian 1/4lb Burers
Best Vegan Curry – JD Wetherspoons Sweet Potato, Chickpea and Spinach Curry
Best Vegan Pizza – Zizzi Vegan Rustica Margherita
Best Vegan Ready Meal – Amy’s Vegetable Lasagne
Best Vegan Cake – Le Pain Quotidien Cocia & Pear Cake
Best Egg-Free Mayonnaise – Follow Your Heart Vegenaise
Best Vegan Cheese – Nutcrafter Creamery Extra Aged Gomasio Cheddar Style Cheese
Best Vegan Fish – The Railway Hotel ‘Fish’ & Chips
Best Vegan Sausage – Tofurky Italian Sausage
Best Vegan Chicken – Fry’s Chicken Style Burgers
Best Vegan Pie – Clive’s Mexican Chilli Pie
Best Vegan Dessert – Tesco Chocolate and Hazelnut Filled Mini Churros
Best Vegan Ice-Cream – Swedish Glace Strawberry Sticks made with Soy
Best Vegan Sweets – Booja-Booja Almond & Sea Salt Caramel
Best Vegan Yoghurt – Alpro Pineapple-Passion Fruit & Peach Soya Yoghurt
Best Vegan Salad – LEON Vegan SuperClean Quinoa Salad
Vest Vegan Street Food – Club Mexicana
Best Vegan Luxury Food – Vegetarian Caviar Club Black Caviar
Best Innovative Vegan Product – Follow Your Heart VeganEgg
Best Vegan Menu – Gauthier Soho ‘Les Plantes’ Menu
Best Vegan Cookbook – Vegan Street Food: Foodie Travels from India to Indonesia