Vegan ravioli varieties are the latest addition the San Remo pasta portfolio. Following the brand’s research and development, the new range is fresh, and ensures to be a source of protein and fibre without any artificial colours or flavours.

According to recent research, Australia is the third fastest growing vegan market in the world, and as one of the largest producers of pasta in the country, San Remo believed in “delivering products that promote inclusivity and choice to Australian families”.

“At San Remo we’re all about inclusivity – we want as many people as possible to enjoy our pasta, whether they have dietary requirements or are making personal choices about what they eat,” said San Remo chief marketing officer Erik de Roos.

“We spent significant time and investment to deliver a product that is tasty and will appeal to both vegans and non-vegans alike.”

The San Remo fresh vegan ravioli range is available in three flavours – Lentil, Spinach & Garlic; Roast Capsicum & Olive; and Sundried Tomato & Basil – and can be found in independent supermarkets Australia-wide for RRP $6.99.

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