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Food / April 27, 2021

Vegan Sandwich Co products will be available in shops soon

Food / April 27, 2021

Vegan Sandwich Co products will be available in shops soon

By Emily Mullen

The products can be stored in my mouth

Hungover Dublin people rejoice, soon you will have the materials to make a chickn roll from the comfort of your own home, as the Vegan Sandwich Co has just announced that some of their beloved products will be available in stores soon.

Their Roast Chickn Pieces and Bacn Strips will be stocked on shelves right around Dublin very soon. The team announced that their own restaurant in Smithfield will stock the products, alongside Dublin-based Supervalue stores and a number of independent retailers around the city.

“IT’S FINALLY HAPPENING” the team wrote on Instagram “we’re just pulling the last few bits together but it’s so close,” they added.

The Vegan Sandwich Co led by Sam Pearson, have come a long way from their market stall in Stoneybatter, adapting his business model into the ever-growing demand for tasty not so serious vegan products.

Follow Vegan Sandwich Co on Instagram for updates on the product launch.

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