British food brand favorite, Bol Foods, announced that they’re removing dairy from all remaining products, making their entire company fully plant-based!
They’re working alongside award-winning nutritionist and food maven, Ian Marber, to make sure that the new range of vegan items are full of flavor, nutrients and are ten times tastier than before. Bol products come in cute little aesthetically pleasing containers for easy storing and quick leftover meals.
They posted on Facebook, “Today is a huge milestone in our journey as a little food company. 2017 was the year we dropped meat & fish. We’ve now completed the final piece of our 100% plant-powered jigsaw and #DitchedDairy too. From farm to fork, fresher and tastier than ever.”
Their new veggie pots will include the Japanese Rainbow Slaw Salad Jar, Mediterranean Roasted Veg Salad Jar, Mexican Bean, Salsa & Quinoa Salad Jar and Moroccan Beets & Sweet Potato Salad Jar.
Their website states, “So, at BOL, we’re on a mission to make it easy for you busy folk to eat more plants, especially when you don’t have the time to cook from scratch. The vegan & vegetarian meals we’ve created are both delicious and nutritious, completely natural and always tasty. Whether you’re a meat eater or a vegan, we hope you like what we’ve created for you.”
Want to make some healthy salads at home?
This Mediterranean Cauliflower Rice and Roasted Brussels Sprouts Salad is combined with roasted Brussels sprouts, marinara sauce, olives, sun-dried tomatoes, and white beans so that it is bursting with Mediterranean flavor.
This Mango, Chili, and Lime Quinoa Salad is mixed with zesty lime juice and spicy diced chilis. The greens are tossed with quinoa, crisp red onion, and bell pepper, making it super healthy and delicious.
This Moroccan Sweet Potato Salad has tender chunks of sweet potato which are covered in roasted pistachios, chopped cucumbers, and fresh tomatoes. This salad is truly unique!
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Lead image source: BOL/Facebook