12th January 2023
Wagamama, owned by The Restaurant Group, has launched a veganuary dish with a special partnership allowing one million meals to be donated to low income families.
It has launched a new vegan take on its kare lomen dish – its regular menu is already more than 50 percent plant based. This will be launched alongside the new charity partnership with The Bread and Butter Thing. The partnership with Wagamama will involve projects in its restaurants and out in the community.
It will see the restaurant chain provide support for The Bread and Butter Thing to deliver 1 million meals worth of food to low income families who use the charity to receive a more affordable weekly shop.
Wagamama chief executive Thomas Heier, said: “At Wagamama we believe in the Japanese philosophy of seijaku; finding calm and tranquillity in the midst of activity. In these challenging times it is important that we all continue to nourish ourselves and our communities.”