New: Vegan Tartex organic delicatessen salads - like poultry salad and like herring salad

For even more sustainability at the dinner table


From February 2024, two new vegan organic delicatessen salads will provide even more variety on the dinner table. For the first time, Tartex is transforming Germany's most popular varieties - chicken salad and herring salad - into vegan organic alternatives with pieces of peas and faba beans or smoked tofu. For even more variety - and even more sustainability - on the dinner table.


The new vegan Tartex organic delicatessen salads - like poultry salad and like herring salad

The vegan Like poultry salad is creamy and fruity with mango, corn, leek and curry; the plant-based protein sources are pea and faba bean pieces. The vegan herring salad is based on the popular smoked tofu substitute and is refined with beetroot, cucumber, onions and dill. Thanks to the fine composition of the ingredients, both salads have a familiar taste and a consistency that is in no way inferior to the well-known classics. In addition to the organic ingredients, the vegan Tartex delicatessen salads have two other advantages: they can be kept unopened and unrefrigerated for 15 months.

Like all Tartex dinner spreads, the two new vegan organic delicatessen salads are not only particularly tasty, but also contain no additives, flavor enhancers, colorings or flavorings. The evening meal is quick to prepare and they offer a delicious selection for every taste at the convivial table.

The vegan Tartex organic delicatessen salads (best before 15 months) will be available in German stores from February 2024 at an RRP of 3.49 euros (165 g jar).

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