Plant-based producer Sol Cuisine has expanded its portfolio with the introduction of a vegan turk’y roast ahead of Canadian Thanksgiving on 12 October.
Providing six servings per roast, the company’s new seasonal offering features traditional holiday stuffing and ‘homestyle’ gravy.
Commenting on the launch, Sol Cuisine’s CEO John Flanagan said: “This product is truly incredible. It’s a great-tasting, healthy alternative that is easy to prepare and serve.
“Packed with real ingredients like cranberries, onions and celery, you can trust that this delicious plant-based roast will be a welcome addition to your feast.”
Sol Cuisine’s plant-based stuffed turk’y roast with gravy is available, for a limited time only, from retailers across Canada, including Sobeys, Loblaws, Metro and Safeway.
In August, Sol Cuisine announced that it had closed a $7.6 million approx. equity financing round led by BDC Capital’s Industrial Innovation Venture Fund.
The company recently introduced soy-free and non-GMO spinach chickpea bites, said to be “great for appetisers, snacks”, or when enjoyed as a side dish.
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