November 30, 2021
From Vegans News
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Foodtech pioneer Jack and Bry has dispatched its plant-based range of meat products into the online store Ocado, making vegan meat options a more open reality for UK customers.

The partnership will permit UK consumers to effectively add the award-winning plant-based brand into their weekly shop.

The scope of jackfruit burgers, sausages and mince was already available at online vegan supermarket The Vegan Kind just as Jack and Bry’s own website, yet with plans set up to dispatch into much more retailers, this expansion makes these food products more accessible for home cooking.

Established in 2019, by Bryony Tinn-Disbury, Jack and Bry have been at the cutting edge of plant-based meat innovation, utilizing jackfruit, a maintainable and climate-change resistant crop, as the motivation and reason for its recipes.

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The corporation got €1.4 million in February this year as interest for their products took off.

Jack and Bry utilize locally sourced British oils to create vegan foods that look, taste, and feel just like their meat counterparts.

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The high-fiber content of the meat substitutes additionally makes it much easier for health-conscious consumers to maintain gut health and boost immunity.

Bryony Tinn-Disbury, CEO and Founder of Jack and Bry, remarked: “Seeing our meats go live on the Ocado website is an exciting step.

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So far, our innovative approach to food has enabled us to produce best-in-category jackfruit meats that offer everyone a quick and easy way to eat vegan food with no fuss, and we are now focused on making Jack & Bry available for anyone, anywhere.”

Ocado is an internet-based supermarket with over 800,000 clients that was launched as a joint endeavor between Marks & Spencer Group and Ocado Group.

This partnership, therefore, offers a massive opportunity for the vegan brand from London, giving them a fresh market to launch into.

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Source: Vegansnews.com