By Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline
Published: 12:39 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 18:43 GMT, 8 January 2020
Asda has become the latest supermarket to join the vegan bandwagon and unveiled a range of 48 plant-based products.
The British supermarket rolled out its own-label range in time for Veganuary - an international movement that encourages shoppers to adopt a plant-based diet for the month - and claims it is cheaper than any of its competitors.
Standout products include the 'No-zzorella Sticks' (£2.25) and the 'Duckless Spring Rolls' (£2.25).
Go green! Asda has become the latest supermarket to join the vegan bandwagon and unveiled a range of 48 plant-based products. Pictured, some of the Asda products including the Falafel Burger (£1.75), the vegan pizza (£1.50) and the Tofu burritos (£2.50)
The most expensive items on the menu are priced at £2.50, including the Plant Based Green Thai Curry and Plant Based Sweet Potato Katsu Curry.
It comes as British supermarkets and restaurant chains rush to cash in on the rise of vegan diets, with KFC, Costa, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer among the big-name brands releasing plant-based offerings this month.sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Built-in - Black read more
Asda's range is made largely from mushroom-based meat-alternatives, including meat-free mince, burgers, sausages and meatballs, rather than the soy used in some vegan products.
Standout products include the 'Duckless Spring Rolls' (£2.25), left, and the Spaghetti & Veggie Balls (£2.50), right. The supermarket aimed to make the range as affordable as possible