UK pastry brand Higgidy has announced that it is expanding its plant-based portfolio with the introduction of its first vegan quiche.
The brand says that the new offering is the product of ‘years’ of taste tests and trials. Free from cream, milk and eggs, the quiche comes in two variants, both ‘packed’ full of vegetables.
The range includes a sharing-sized spinach and roasted tomato vegan quiche and an individual-sized porcini mushroom and spinach offering.
Higgidy will also be adding a mini ‘no-pork pie’ made with vegetables and green lentils to its portfolio.
“We are incredibly proud to introduce our first-ever vegan quiche, allowing vegans to try Higgidy’s quiches for the very first time,” said Higgidy co-founder, Camilla Stephens.
“The expansion of our plant-based offering is a really exciting move for us and we see it becoming an increasingly important area within the Higgidy portfolio.”
With prices ranging from £2.50 to £4.25, the new plant-based offerings will be available from Waitrose on 30 December, before rolling out to Sainsbury’s and Boots at the beginning of January 2021.
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