Nando’s have created a new menu which now includes two vegan friendly burgers, normally for vegans this would be a place to avoid one of the reasons being their lack of vegan options however this looks as if things are starting to change as of today.
You can be tempted by the Supergreen Burger and the Sweet Potato & Butternut Burger.
According to a press release from Nando’s, “Whether it’s the Sweet Potato & Butternut Burger, packed full of the good stuff like sweet potato, butternut, red pepper, onion and edamame beans, or the Supergreen Burger, combining everything from broccoli to edamame beans to kale, veggie fans are in for a treat. Available as a burger, pitta or wrap, these winter-blues banishers are sure to be a hit!”
These vegans are veggie however if you ask for NO MAYO! They are vegan… There seems to have been a lot of people following in these footsteps recently such as McDonalds and Wagamama, hopefully this is a sign of things to come.
I could not contain my excitement after hearing we had been chosen by the team at the P.E.A Awards as a finalist last month. To be shortlisted from hundreds of other vegan business’s was one thing, but to be one of the last three was a another (and a little emotional to be honest). This meant we were visiting London (one of my fave places), have an amazing evening out surrounded by like minded people and eat a posh 3 course vegan meal, I thought it could not get any better than this (well….that’s what I thought). Last year we were up for a televised award here in the north east, we were again chosen from a huge list of business’s for the Best Live Event, to be honest I thought we would be in with a chance of winning, but unfortunately the Great North Run just received more votes at the last minute, so when the P.E.A Awards announced Vegan Festival UK as the winner, I could not believe it, and still can’t.
This is taken from P.E.A Awards About Page
Now in its seventh year, the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards is the UK’s leading sustainability awards, honouring the individuals and teams behind the products, services and businesses that are changing the face of our planet. Previous winners include Juliet Davenport OBE, Cat Fletcher, Polly Higgins and many other amazing ambassadors who are committed to revolutionising old models and systems. Across sectors ranging from finance and energy to music and art, the P.E.A. Awards identifies and celebrates the green heroes who are taking matters into their own hands and providing inspiring alternatives to business as usual. These sustainability pioneers are recognised and rewarded at our glamorous green carpet event, with music, entertainment and plenty of great food and drink!