This year we've been treated to a load of vegan goodies - from vegan Easter eggs, to vegan tuna (yep, it's a thing), there are more options than ever before for anyone who is looking for meat and animal product-free food items.
And now Aldi is launching their own vegan sausage rolls and we're so here for it.
The supermarket revealed that they'll be stocking Mae's Kitchen Vegan No Sausage rolls which are 'wrapped in flaky, golden puff pastry and are the perfect meat-free and vegan contender to the much-loved British favourite.'
Made using soya, the meat-free sausage rolls come in at £1.19 for a pack of four.
They're part of a new frozen vegan range from Aldi, which also includes Vegan No Beef Burgers and Vegan No Chicken Burgers (both £1.19 for a pack of two).
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi, says: 'The launch of our new vegan range is in response to our growing, ethically inspired customer base, looking for delicious alternatives to meat and another example of our ongoing commitment to cater for all diets, at everyday low prices.
'We look forward to expanding our vegan offering even further over the coming months.'
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