UK vegan bakery brand Oggs is expanding its portfolio with the introduction of a new range of baked snack bars.
The new offerings aim to meet the increasing demand for plant-based convenience snacks and provide an ‘ethical and sustainable’ option in the food-to-go aisle.
The plant-based range includes Brownie, Flapjack, Millionaire and Tiffin bars. The new baked offerings are made with Oggs’ aquafaba egg alternative, which the brand last year launched in UK supermarkets.
“Consumers are more environmentally conscious than ever about what they’re buying, eating and using. It is the Oggs mission to make sustainable, plant-based products that taste just as good if not better than their egg-based equivalents and to make them accessible to all,” said Oggs founder, Hannah Carter.
“For consumers who want to grab something on the go, the new Oggs snack bars are both delicious and convenient.”
With an RRP of £1.65, Oggs’ snack bars will launch into WHSmith travel stores this September.
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