Family Food Business Urges UK Think About What They Are Eating

February 20, 2013 at 12:49 pm 1 comment

Family Food Business Urges UK Think About What They Are Eating

Lisa Drummy and her father Pat run the UK side of Fry’s Vegetarian. A small family business run to make a difference in the world and provide delicious food products that give non meat eaters a wealth of choice as well as meat eaters a meaty taste that contains no animal products.

In connection to the current horse meat scare Lisa tells us:

“This is a wake up call for the UK to think about what they are eating.

We are a nation of animal lovers and no wonder we are all in shock that horse meat is contaminating food products.

Here at Fry’s our range is completely animal free and we have full traceability –  the top of the range manufacturing standard called ISO2200. This means that at every stage we know about all of our sustainable, ethical ingredients from where they have come from right to reaching your plate.


At Fry’s we urge the UK to think about what is on their plate and make the right decision – for our health as well as for the sake of the animals.

We are further sickened that Phenylbutazone a cancer-causing painkiller used by vets and for horses has also been found in horse meat which has filtered through to the human food chain.

We all need to step up and demand the best quality for our foods at all times – and of course we want to say this can be a time where the transparency of vegetarian and vegan options is one to adhere to.”

FRY’S are fully approved by the both The Vegan Society AND The Vegetarian Society as well as a BEST BUY in the Ethical Consumer.

FRY’S products are Kosher (Parev Mehadrin – a very high form of Kosher approval for Jews), Shuddha (suitable for Hindus) and Halaal (suitable for Muslims).

Several of the products are also free of onions and garlic and as such, they can be eaten by Theravada and Mahayana Buddhists, certain practitioners of Hinduism and followers of Hare Krishna – as well as people with onion and garlic allergies.

The diverse range of 18 products are all pre cooked making them fast and easy for cooks to use. Taste is not compromised either with Fry’s winning 5 awards over the past 5 years.

With so many people not being catered for properly Fry’s is able to ensure that whether you are a meat reducer, vegetarian, Kosher or simply want a lower fat or no cholesterol food item now there is something that tastes amazing and is suitable for you. 

Fry’s Distribution

veg mince

Nutritional Information – FRY’S Vegetarian Mince



Vegetable proteins (soya), Wheat protein, Flavourings, Starch, Vegetable oil, Spices, Wheat flour, Fibre, Cellulose extract, Sea salt, Onion, Mustard, Colour: Caramel, red iron oxide. Gravy Powder: Modified starch, sugar, salt, cereal, hydrolysed vegetable protein, flavourings, Colour: Caramel

Allergens: Wheat, Gluten from wheat, Soya, Mustard

Endorsements: Shudda, Halaal, Kosher Parev Mahadrin, Vegan Society, Vegetarian Society, Ethical Consumer “best buy”.

Fry’s Vegetarian Mince per 100g 

Energy 690 kj

110.2 kcal

Protein 17 g

Carbohydrate 27 g

of which: -Sugars 0.5 g

Fats 3.5 g

of which: -Saturated 1.75 g

-Mono Unsat 1.39 g

-Poly Unsat 0.35 g

-Cholesterol 0 mg

-Trans Fats 0 g

Dietary Fibre 12.4 g

Sodium 0.3 g

Vegetarian Mince - Bolognaise


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Angie Sharp  |  February 20, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    This is a Big Wake up call for Meat eaters every where, there are so many tasty and delicious alternatives to meat, they are healthy and we should ask our supermarkets to supply more of these vegan foods….


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