Bella Italia Adds Oumph! Dishes to its Menu
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Restaurant chain Bella Italia has added pasta and pizza dishes featuring soy based vegan ‘meat’ Oumph! to its menu.

The pizza and pasta dishes using Oumph! are:

Gramigna Pesto - Gramigna pasta with spicy Oumph! plant-based meat alternative, onion, red peppers and Pachino tomatoes in a salsa verde sauce.

Marco Polo - Gramigna pasta with pulled Oumph! plant-based meat alternative, spring onions and mushrooms in a sweet plum sauce.

Barbecue Pizza - Oumph! plant-based meat alternative and vegan cheese on a barbecue base.

Vesuvio Pizza - Spicy Oumph! plant-based meat alternative, roast peppers, onion, fresh green chilli and vegan cheese on a fiery tomato sauce base.

Bella Italia now features 26 vegan dishes on their menu, including vegan Bolognese Pasta, Verdure Risotto, Cannellini Bean Burger and Coconut Panna Cotta.

Marc Saunders, Head of Brand at Bella Italia, comments: "We are proud to feature Oumph! on the menu. The versatility of the Oumph! soya products has the right texture and seasoning that makes it the perfect choice for plant-based alternative to meat”.

Dave Smith, Head of Foodservice at Oumph! and Food for Progress adds: “We are overjoyed that a renowned group such as Bella Italia to have chosen Oumph! for their new menu. The Oumph! fans will be overjoyed to find their favourite plant-based brand in tasty pasta and pizza dishes.”

Dishes using Oumph! can also be enjoyed at Busaba, Butlin’s, and Belgo in London. In Scandinavia Oumph! dishes are available in many cafes’ and restaurants, including Max Burger, O’Learys and Wayne’s Coffee in Sweden, and Peppe’s Pizza in Norway.