As the sixth official year of Veganuary rolls around, we want to celebrate the lentil things and some of the delicious vegan brands we have the joy to work with. If you’re vegan, ‘doing Veganuary’ or just like darn good food, we encourage you to check them out when you get the chance.
From humble beginnings as an online delivery business, to having a grocery shop and deli, pub and restaurant and now a fast–food takeaway, the entire team at Hank’s share a common desire to provide wonderful food, excellent service and to make each of our customers feel like an old friend.
Hank’s Dirty is the place to be if you’re after something naughty...! From burgers to hot dogs, dirty fries to vegan ‘chicken’ and more, its chefs have a lot of fun creating its incredible menu.
County Wicklow, Ireland
Vox Burger is an exciting new brand from the group that owns Box Burger and Platform Pizza, part of the Born in Bray group. Its 100% vegan menu includes classic flavours as well as adventurous options including THE BLACK BOX (Clonakility Veggie Pudding stuffed Seitan patty) and PBJ (Burger patty,Peanut Sauce, Strawberry Chilli Jam). This is a Veganuary must try!
At SpiceBox, the team is committed to looking after planet very seriously. Its tiffin club swaps out (recyclable) foil boxes for re-usable metal tiffins, saving on waste and the carbon footprint that comes with single-use packaging. It also puts emphasis on supporting staff in taking care of their body and mind through a monthly wellness allowance and structured mental health support.
The funky menu includes options like Jackfruit Jalfrezi and the KFC Doffle alongside traditional choices such as Chana Masala.
Vegan What? can be ordered through the Hungry Monkey platform in Gibraltar. It is an ethical, vegan catering service which now has its own takeaway menu. Its packaging is environmentally friendly and its food is 100% cruelty free.
From creamy tiramsus, to broccoli burgers and delicious pasta dishes, Vegan What? Brings classic Mediterranean menus to the vegan community.
We got to know this unique catering company as part of its station at Live at Ally Pally.
The London born vegan company serves vegan fried chick’n burgers, vegan popcorn chick’n and vegan cheese burgers with big mac sauce. It serves everything on-site rom a super cool airstream trailer with an amazing, eye-catching neon sign.
Are you ready to be part of ‘ve-gang’ at Preoday and QikServe? Get in contact to join these amazing brands by offering your customers online ordering and payment today.
It’s not as catchy as: ‘When is a door not a door?’ (answer, when it’s a jar) but it speaks to the idea that in-car collection, and the technologies that support it, are flexible enough to bend to the needs of a business and its guests.
Delivery can be daunting to the uninitiated, and it might be tempting to sign up with a third-party ordering aggregator that offers the service, such as UberEats, but other options could suit your business and brand better. Here we present three different ‘levels’ of delivery, starting with the most basic – and cheapest method: doing it yourself.