Supermarket shelves are now bowing under the heft of vegan meals – from bean burgers to hoisin ‘duck’ made from rehydrated textured soya. This rapid transition is welcomed by those who stopped eating animals decades ago. But it has also caused concern because of the weird and wonderful ingredients that have bled into what was once considered a healthy diet.

Yet not all vegan ready meals and fast foods are being produced by disruptive start-ups using hipster packaging and E-numbers in this fast-growing market. Clive’s has been making organic vegetarian and vegan pies since 1982 – and was providing ...


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