Frozen food specialist field fare has added new products to its vegan and vegetarian lineup. The launch is prompted by recent studies, for example a Mintel survey, which showed 34% of meat-eaters have reduced their meat consumption in 2018, due to health or environmental concerns.
The prediction is that the meat-free market will grow by 44% until 2023, so field fare is responding by offering new options which cater to the evolving needs of consumers. For example, the firm debuted the Proper Cornish Vegan Pastry which is handmade in Bodmin, Cornwall following a recipe adapted from the traditional one.
Next, field farm also introduced the Quinoa, Beetroot and Edamame Burger which also packs a combination of spices, a hint of chili and is topped with pumpkin seeds. The company also now offers Cheese and Onion Twist – an artisanal pastry filled with onion and Emmental béchamel sauce and sprinkled with nigella seeds.
Finally, field farm boasts the Vegetable and Ricotta Ravioli – which according to the firm is produced by a small family business in Linguria, Italy, using traditional Piedmontese recipes and regional ingredients.
Interested parties can find the new options across the 400 farm shops, garden centers, delis and butchers across UK which stock field fare products.