Quorn releases new vegetarian wraps and sandwich range

The new range is meat-free (Picture: Quorn)

Vegetarian brand Quorn has released a new lunchtime range featuring wraps and sandwiches.

The sandwich range features chicken and stuffing, chicken salad, ham salad and a Ploughmans, while the wraps include sweet chilli and caeser. Yum.

Both the wraps and the sandwiches will be priced at £3.29 – but we dont actually know when theyll be rolled out yet.

The sweet chilli wrap
The wraps come in sweet chilli and caeser (Picture: Quorn)

According to Quorn, the range will be coming soon in selected universities that have a McColls store on campus, and then it will come out in other stores later.

But bad news for some – the wraps and sandwiches arent vegan, so dont accidentally try one if youre totally animal product-free.

But if you are looking for a new vegan lunch, Selfridges has just launched some new vegan sushi.

While they of course dont use actual meat and fish, it looks and apparently tastes just as good.



The sushi comes from Ima, a family run plant-based brand, which has launched its own range in the store.

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The menu, which will rotate monthly, will set you back £6.99 and features a katsu tempeh beetroot burrito, a tofu firecracker rice sushi and avocado and fresh veg black rice rolls.

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