Crussh food revamp sees 70% of the menu become vegetarian


Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars has introduced an autumn range with vegetarian products making up 70% of the new menu.

Alongside new product additons, the healthy food and juice chain has announced a number of changes to reduce plastics including the introduction of Canned LifeWater, the roll-out of compostable cutlery, as well as moving all Sourdough Toasties to a biodegradable paper bag.

New breakfast options include oat milk porridge and a breakfast protein power pot, with butternut squash and greek-style cheese hot super grain salad and a beets and greens healthpot being added to the lunchtime menu.

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James Kidman, head of food at Crussh, said: “We have seen a large number of our customers moving towards a flexitarian lifestyle and our vegetarian options are now more popular than ever. Similarly, healthy protein options continue to be popular, especially at breakfast and we are excited to introduce our new vegetarian breakfast protein power pot.”

Alongside the menu revamp, the chain shared new measures to reduce plastics.

Brand director Helen Harrison explained: “Our sourdough toasties are very popular, especially at this time of year, and we are pleased to be able to now offer them in biodegradable paper bags. And our compostable cutlery is now rolling out across the business.”

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