Patties new vegetarian options arrive this festive season
The entertaining season is finally here and this year you can ensure that everyone is catered for with delicious new vegetarian savoury options from Patties Finger Foods.
The party season is the perfect time for celebrating with friends. Whether you are hosting a Christmas lunch, having a New Year’s celebration or a summer barbecue then Patties Finger Foods new Vegetarian Bites and Croquettes will be your new go-to to make entertaining easy.
The beloved Australian brand’s latest offerings include mouth-watering sundried tomato, basil and parmesan croquettes; jalapeno, cheese and corn bites; and broccoli and cheese bites.
The new products join Patties’ expanding range of meat-free products, including vegetarian quiches, and the Vegan Friendly Rolls, which were introduced in March as a first plant-based offering for Patties Finger Food brand.
Research* shows that almost 9.9 million Aussie adults (53.4%) agree that they’re eating less red meat these days.
“The demand for vegetarian food is rising, and we are happy to provide variety for Australians with these new finger foods,” said Anand Surujpal, General Manager of Marketing and Innovation at Patties Food.
“We want to reflect the changing face of Australia with our quick and easy entertainment options to ensure that everyone at your party is catered for.”
Patties’ new vegetarian options are available in Woolworths and your local Independent Supermarket.
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