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A large proportion of your diners are making more sustainable choices for their health and the environment by going meat-free. To show them that your deli reflects their changing priorities, you need to offer diverse, exciting and nutritious vegetables on your menu. 

UNDERSTAND YOUR CUSTOMERS’ PRIORITIES

With the global shift towards plant-based eating, your customers want to reduce their environmental impact, have more sustainable options, save the animals and prioritise their health

While keeping these customer behaviours in mind, you can still serve tasty dishes that are colourful, vibrant, and stand out on your menu – even to your meat-loving diners and customers!

WHY YOU SHOULD SERVE UP MORE VEG 

You can dramatically reduce pollution and the land, water, and oil resources you consume by serving more vegetables. 

When you reduce the amount of meat your serve, you: 

  • Save large amounts of water.
  • Ensure environmental sustainability.
  • Reduce global warming due to fewer greenhouse gases from animals.
  • Avoid further pollution of water sources and systems.
  • Reduce the destruction of wildlife habitats.
Serve up More Veg

SERVE IMMUNITY-BOOSTING VEGETABLES INSTEAD

Are you aware of the significant health benefits of vegetables? Your diners are looking for these benefits, and they want to find them at your deli. When you serve vegetables and other immunity supporting ingredients, you can cater to a whole new group of consumers seeking the health benefits of vegetables. 

CHECK OUT THE BENEFITS OF THESE VEGETABLES

Avocados

 
AVOCADO

Avocados are a source of vitamins C and K, magnesium and potassium. They are high in healthy, beneficial fats, which keep you fuller for longer.

CABBAGE

 
CABBAGE

Cabbage is packed with nutrients and antioxidants that reduce inflammation. It contains high levels of vitamin C, which boosts your immune system and improves digestion.

BUTTERNUT

 
BUTTERNUT 

Butternut is low in calories and rich in essential vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting antioxidants, and is versatile in both sweet and savoury dishes. 

CAULIFLOWER

 
CAULIFLOWER

Cauliflower is known as a superfood due to its nutrient-rich content. It is high in fibre, vitamins B and C, and antioxidants that protect against cancer. 

BRINJAL/EGGPLANT

 
BRINJAL/EGGPLANT

Eggplant is a high-fibre, low-calorie food rich in nutrients and antioxidants. It reduces the risk of heart disease, promotes weight loss and controls blood sugar levels. 

SWEET POTATO

 
SWEET POTATO

Sweet potatoes are a great source of fibre, vitamins, and minerals. They promote gut health and support your immune system. 

BEETROOT

 
BEETROOT 

Beetroot is high in fibre and glutamine, which improves digestive health. It is also high in antioxidants that contain anti-inflammatory properties. 

BABY MARROW

 
BABY MARROW 

Baby marrow boosts the digestive system, keeps cholesterol levels in check, is full of iron, and is high in vitamin C, which fights free radicals in the body. 

CARROTS

 
CARROTS   

Carrots are high in fibre, calcium and vitamin K. They are essential for bone health and lower the risk of diabetes. 

OFFER YOUR CUSTOMERS EVEN HEALTHIER AND MORE SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS BY SWAPPING OUT YOUR STARCHES FOR THESE ALTERNATIVES

QUINOA

 
QUINOA

Quinoa is high in nutrients, iron and zinc. It is gluten-free and high in protein and essential amino acids.

CHICKPEAS

 
CHICKPEAS

Chickpeas are a rich source of vitamins, minerals and fibre. They are high in protein and make an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian and vegan diets. 

BROWN RICE

 
BROWN RICE

Brown rice is a rich source of dietary fibre and magnesium, which helps maintain a healthy heart and reduces your risk of heart-related diseases. 

Check out our Veggie Bowl Recipes and get inspired to incorporate these nutritious vegetables and grains into your veggie-based meals!

Never stop learning with our Mastering Vegan Cuisine

 
Never stop learning with our Mastering Vegan Cuisine and Plant-based courses available on the UFS Academy App.