UK Treats - Guide Two Morrisons Supermarket

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GUIDE TWO- Morrisons supermarket

Morrisons don't do a vegan list, but these are some of the things I've found in Morrisons. This is a mix of there own brands and other brands that have select vegan items.

Soreen banana loaves. Available a a single or 5 lunchbox size!
Morrisons free from chunky chocolate chip cookies

Greens Carmelle, just add 'milk'
2 malt loafs found, one was there own value brand and the other is Knightsbridge bakery.
 
Morrisons savers chocolate hazelnut Spread

Morrisons free from millionaires shortbread
Morrisons 6 sticky ginger buns!
Anut Bessies apple crumble
 
 Aunt Bessies winter fruit crumble and rhubarb crumble
 Morrisons Strudels - very berry or apple
Alpro range in the freefrom section and if you don't want to use alpro custard, they sell birds custard powder that you can make up with non dairy milk
 

 Morrisons own brand apple and blackcurrant pies
Morrisons apple pies 
 Mr Kipling apple and blackcurrant pies
Sargents apple pies
Mr Kipling jam tarts

 Morrisons basic apple pies
 Lyons apple pies are sold in some Morrisons


Robby jelly is vegan and found in the fridge with the yogurts.

Nice to see they are labelling some bakery items, these gingerbread items were labeled vegetarian and didn't contain dairy, eggs or honey. Look like the ones in other supermarkets and the poundshop.

 Free from flapjack, although its easy to find vegan flapjacks, its nice to see a wheat free one.
Free from jam tarts, although its easy to find jam tarts including the cheaper morrions ones, its nice to see a wheat free one for those that need those.

Disappointingly Morrsisons  own brand sorbets are not suitable for vegans and the only vegan ice cream they seem to sell is swedish glace. (owned by unilver). Now they sell Almond Dream ice cream in the free from freezer.

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Only the banana flavour is vegan and the vitamin D has been confirmed with Morrisons that is its from a non animal source.

 



 
Mr Tom peanut bars are often sold at the till point


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14 comments:

  1. finally heard from makers in Germany of Robby jelly...they say they are vegan...

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    1. Thanks for checking. Something new to try.

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  2. This is really helpful, I shop at Morrison's! Thanks!

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  3. I really appreciate all your posts, they are so helpful and well laid out!

    Well done to you and thanks again.

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  4. Many thanks Womble, even more to look out for now!

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  5. But on the labels of almost all items you listed, it says "may contain traces of milk, egg", etc - does that mean they were produced in a non-dairy free environment?

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    1. Yes. By law they have to put may contain milk or eggs if they are used in the same factory. May be on a different line, but its something they have to do. Apparently a recent survey/test thing showed that about 8% of foods tested (don't know how many will of been vegan) contained traces. Sometimes things are made on the same line, which has been washed down in between, other times on the other side of the factory. If some vegan companies get things made in a non vegan factory. But unless you are allergic, then I see no reason not to eat the products, so long and there is no intentional animal ingredients.

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  6. Jam tarts are no longer suitable for vegans :( Got to Morrisons last night craving something sweet but settled for an Alpro pud

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    1. Hi, Is this the cheap jam tarts or the free from tart selection please?

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  7. Also keep in mind to check if they contain palm oil, as it's usually not ethically/sustainably sourced. A lot of the products above contain it, which unfunfortunately makes them not 100% vegan. :(

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  8. They've recently listed milk as an actual ingredient in their Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

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  9. Unfortunately the hazelnut spread isn't :( I went in looking today and was so disappointed.

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  10. The basics garlic bread has now got milk in. Shame.

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  11. Mr kipling jam tarts now contain milk :(

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