Patty & Bun are increasing their vegan offerings across all their sites and partnering with innovative plant-based brand, THIS, to bring vegan ‘chicken’ and ‘bacon’ to everyone
The fast-food chain, Patty & Bun, will be the first UK eatery to serve THIS Isn’t Chicken and Isn’t Bacon. The new products were designed to fill a gap in the market for plant-based food, and entice omnivores as well as long-established vegans.
Mainly made up from soy beans, water and peas, THIS takes plant-based ingredients and introduces heat, pressure and water to produce a vegan product with a texture that’s like that of meat – but is cruelty-free!
From 3rd June, Patty & Bun will be serving up a plant-based version of a fast food staple, with the launch of THIS Isn’t Chicken Nuggets. THIS has also made a plant-based bacon that actually has the same look, taste and smell as bacon. Patty & Bun will be topping their vegan burgers with rashers of THIS Isn’t Bacon, including their Whoopi Goldburger and new vegan Pamela burger.
To develop their plant-based products, THIS has spent one and a half years working alongside food scientists to craft their plant-based offerings.
Patty & Bun founder, Joe Grossmann, says: “We’ve been working on our vegan menu for a while and are super pumped to be collaborating with THIS. Their bacon is next level!”
Andy Shovel, THIS co-founder, also comments: “THIS aims to be the go-to plant-based brand for meat-lovers, so Patty & Bun is an ideal launch partner for us – being so popular.”
“What’s super-exciting for us is that the P&B team are planning to showcase the products with creative, but also quite purist recipes – not drowning them in sauces or seasonings; that’ll allow our ingredients to stand out and really show people how meaty and delicious we can make plant-based food”.
As well as the two new vegan meat-alternatives, Patty & Buns new vegan options will also include the new vegan Pamela burger and vegan Dr. Speculaas Biscoff milkshake.
Available from 3rd June.