Veganuary 2023: Deutsche Bahn serves vegan currywurst

Besides currywurst, chili sin carne and tarte flambée are on the menu

03-Jan-2023 - United Kingdom

The Veganuary is coming to rail for the first time in 2023: Deutsche Bahn is expanding its range of vegan dishes to include three bestsellers to mark the vegan promotion month: chili sin carne, tarte flambée and vegan currywurst. The campaign dishes are available in more than 345 on-board restaurants and around 450 on-board bistros in ICE and Intercity trains during Veganuary.

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The Veganuary is coming to rail for the first time in 2023.

"In January, we are combining climate-friendly travel and sustainable nutrition," says Stefanie Berk, Marketing Director DB Fernverkehr. "With our participation in Veganuary, we invite our customers to simply try out our classics in the on-board catering in the vegan version." Christopher Hollmann, who manages the Veganuary in Germany, says: "We are delighted that the Veganuary will be present in Deutsche Bahn this coming January. This is a real mark of success for our campaign: veganizing popular classics excites a huge target group and invites people to try them - and that's what we're all about."

The menu on board ICE and Intercity trains will thus become even greener: It was only at the beginning of 2022 that Deutsche Bahn had brought two vegan partner companies onto the rails, Oatly and planted, and now LikeMeat (part of the Livekindly Collective) and endori (Bamberg), two companies specializing in vegan products, are joining them. Flammkuchen-Profi deliver as the third partner of the German railroad in the Veganuary 2023 the purely vegetable variant of the Alsatian Flammkuchen. With the new promotional dishes, the meat-free offerings on the Bahn menu are clearly in the majority.

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