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Deliveroo has partnered with Burger King to launch a deal for consumers who are unsure of vegan options. Deliveroo argued going meat-free “doesn’t mean compromising on taste”.

To coincide with Meat Free Mondays, consumers can get a free Vegan Royale sandwich when they spend £15 at Burger King through the Deliveroo site or app.

This free offer can be claimed on selected Mondays until September 13, 2021.

The Vegan Royale contains a plant-based chicken patty which is Vegan Society certified.

It also contains iceberg lettuce and vegan mayo within a toasted sesame seed bun – order Burger King on Deliveroo here.

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The offer is valid on orders over £15 on the 9th, 16th, 23rd of August and the 6th and 13th of September 2021.

The deal is also subject to availability. Geographical restrictions, delivery and service fees apply.

Currently, the Vegan Royale costs around £5.99.

This is excluding any delivery costs or meal deals.


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Many vegan options have popped up within chain restaurants in recent years as consumers seek out healthier alternatives.

According to the NHS, a person can get most of the nutrients they need from eating a varied and balanced vegan diet.

The NHS details for a healthy vegan diet, a person should:

  • Eat at least five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day
  • Base meals on potatoes, bread, rice, pasta or other starchy carbohydrates
  • Have some dairy alternatives, such as soya drinks and yoghurts
  • Eat some beans, pulses and other proteins
  • Choose unsaturated oils and spreads, and eat in small amounts
  • Drink plenty of fluids (the Government recommends six to eight cups or glasses a day)

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The NHS warns if a person chooses to include foods and drinks that are high in fat, salt or sugar, they should have them less often and in small amounts.

Vegan diets can provide all the nutrients a body needs but the NHS warned if a person does not plan their diet properly, they could miss out on essential nutrients, such as calcium, iron and vitamin B12.

Additionally, during pregnancy and when breastfeeding, women who follow a vegan diet need to make sure they get enough vitamins and minerals for their child to develop healthily.

If a child is being raised on a vegan diet, parents will need to ensure they get a wide variety of foods to provide the energy and vitamins they need for growth.

The NHS website also has guidance on where vegans can get sources of calcium, vitamin D, iron, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids.

These are all nutritional elements which are typically found in animal based food products.

On top of the Vegan Royale, Burger King has a number of vegetarian friendly options, such as the Plant Based Whopper.

Deliveroo also allows users to search exclusively for vegetarian only restaurants.

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