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In “small steps in the right direction” news, 7-Eleven has just announced that they will be serving only the Hampton Creek’s Just Mayo brand of plant-based mayonnaise in all of their eight thousand U.S. stores.

This is “Just Awesome!”

Convenience Chain 7-11 to Serve Only Vegan Mayo From Now OnHampton Creek/Twitter

The mayo brand, owned by Hampton Creek, is entirely plant-based and one of the first products of its kind to gain mainstream appeal despite the fact that it contains no animal ingredients. The eggs that would normally appear in the creamy, white sandwich spread have been usurped by yellow peas in Hampton Creek’s “Just Mayo” – lending a creamy texture and the umami flavor that mayo aficionados of all stripes enjoy.

This widespread brand recognition is starting to translate into the company’s other offerings as well. Their Just Cookies, that features plant-based egg replacers in its dough, was recently  picked up by Compass Group, the largest food service group in the world, as an offering in their corporate catering packages, and their newly released Just Ranch is now available alongside Just Cookie Dough in large chain stores such as Safeway, Target, Fry’s and Walmart.

Convenience Chain 7-11 to Serve Only Vegan Mayo From Now OnEnrich Creative

With products like these creating such buzz, anticipation for their entirely plant-based scrambled egg alternative, aptly named Just Scramble, has continued to build since the company announced its development in 2013. Backed by large investors such as Bill Gates and Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook, the eggless eggs look like they’ll finally be making their debut at the end of 2015 – to hopefully as mainstream of a release and reception as the other wildly successful options.

Soon, my sweet. Soon. 

Convenience Chain 7-11 to Serve Only Vegan Mayo From Now On

While 7-Eleven admittedly doesn’t have a whole lot of additional plant-based options to put this glorious mayo on, it’s still a step in the right direction of minimizing our dependence on animal products.

Convenience Chain 7-11 to Serve Only Vegan Mayo From Now On

Taking a modest approach to change is often the easiest and most sustainable way to go about it, with baby steps leading to a huge impact over time. Thank you 7-Eleven for taking steps to get your customers to #EatForThePlanet!

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0 comments on “Wow! 7-Eleven to Exclusively Serve Vegan Mayo From Now On!”

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2 Years Ago

well, looks like I will never use 7-11 mayo again

05 Jul 2015

Have you ever had it? It tastes exactly like mayonnaise.

2 Years Ago

Just Mayo has a chipotle flavor that is just amazing.

2 Years Ago

I have some Just Mayo in my fridge right now. it\'s not Best Foods, but I like it!

2 Years Ago

Now come on Canada!


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