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Restaurant at Bannatyne Bury St Edmunds wins food award for its vegan menu

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A Bury St Edmunds plant-based restaurant has won a PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) vegan food award.

Woodlands, which is based at Bannatyne, in Horringer Road, has won the best menu title at PETA's ninth annual vegan food awards.

The Woodlands menu includes 'bountiful' breakfast and lunch menus, a luxurious à la carte menu and Champagne afternoon tea, while the health club also offers vegan spa days.

Bannatyne Bury St Edmunds
Bannatyne Bury St Edmunds

Elsewhere in the awards, McDonald’s won best vegan burger for its McPlant and Burger King took home the launch of the year award for its Vegan Royale. PETA said both were introduce new audiences to vegan food.

Dawn Carr, PETA director of vegan corporate projects, said: “Vegan picks are so popular they’re landing on the menus of the biggest chains and flying off the shelves of every supermarket.

"Woodlands is leading the way in the fitness sector by championing nutritious plant-based foods to support healthy living.”

PETA's motto reads, in part, that 'animals are not ours to eat'. For more information, please visit PETA.org.uk.

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