Whole Foods Debuts Its Own Vegan Turkey Slices

Whole Foods Debuts Its Own Vegan Turkey Slices

After debuting its own line of vegan cheese, the supermarket adds vegan deli meats to its 365 brand. 


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Whole Foods Market shoppers can now construct a fully vegan turkey sandwich using products from the supermarket chain’s own 365 brand. That’s because the retailer recently debuted Herb Roasted Plant-Based Turkey-Style Slices, its first private-labeled vegan meat product, which are available in 12-slice packages for $2.99. The new vegan turkey slices were spotted by Instagrammer @vegantraveleats at a Whole Foods located in Denver, CO, at Union Station. In March, Whole Foods added a vegan cheese line to its 365 brand which features palm oil-free shreds and slices—that are advertised to “melt and stretch”—in flavors such as cheddar, mozzarella, and smoked gouda. Last year, the grocery chain added almond milk-based ice cream to its freezer aisle under the 365 brand in flavors such as Cherry Bourbon, Salted Pecan Bourbon, and Irish Whiskey.

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