Pret A Manger Launches Vegan Croissant And Drops Plant-Based Milk Surcharge
Coffee chain Pret a Manger has launched a vegan croissant in the UK and finally ended the surcharge on plant-based milks — as well as adding oat milk on the menu.
The Very Berry Croissant is created to have the same texture as a dairy croissant, and comprises a berry compote filling with course sugar topping. It is on sale at all UK stores for £1.70.
“The Very Berry Croissant is just the beginning—we are looking forward to sharing more plant-based innovations with customers in 2020.”
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Vegan At Pret
Pret a Manger has a number of items on offer in stores for vegetarians and vegans, and also has dedicated Veggie Pret cafes in London and Manchester.
In 2019, the international coffee chain created vegan versions of its best selling sandwiches — The Vegan Classics.
The new plant-based sandwiches are currently on offer at Veggie Pret stores, but could be rolled out to all locations if successful.
Pret a Manger are currently asking Instagram what items customers would like to see veganized next.
What’s your favorite plant-based treat at Pret? Let us know in the comments below!
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