These are the best places to eat out during Veganuary

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Those who are really excited about Veganuary, but don’t know what the options out there are for them should fear no more. Plenty of big name restaurants in London and around the UK have a great selection of vegan options and they have special offers available from Veganuary.

Zizzi is a favourite when it comes to eating out, but this month they have introduced a new Arcobaleno pizza and a 2 for 1 offer on the vegan main dishes. Las Iguanas also offers a 2 for 1 meal deal and some new dishes specially made for Veganuary.

For the burger lovers, Handmade Burger Company has created six vegan burgers: Cajun Vegetable & Bean, Veg-Mex, Falafel, Sweet Potato & Bean, Thai Vegetable, and the Veggie Stack (without the cheese).

ASK and Pizza Express are championing the dairy free mozzarella and cheese on their pizzas. ASK’s Blood Orange and Chocolate Tart was also the winner of PETA’s sweet treat 2017 award, so it is definitely worth trying.

Wagamama and Yo Sushi also have available plenty of vegan options. Wagamama has launched a fully vegan menu and Yo Sushi has made available a ‘Make it’ Menu that will run until the 19th of January and will feature 12 vegan dishes at £2.80 each.

All Bar One has confirmed that 7% of their meals sold during the entire 2017 were vegan, and in Veganuary alone they served over 30,000 dishes. They have also added some new options, such as Supergreen Laksa, Chilli Non Carne Tacos, and Lentil and Cashew Dahl.

With a mix and match option, Chipotle gives the option to create your own vegan food, choosing from black beans, fajita vegetables, guacamole, and tomatillo green-chili salsa. You have tacos, tortillas, salads, and rice bowls that can be topped up with whatever you please. Unfortunately, all of its franchises are based in London.

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EasyJet makes an attempt at the insurance market

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EasyJet, the low-cost British airline, has started a new partnership with Collinson Group and it will be offering its customers travel insurance solutions underwritten by Zurich Insurance, available on its website.

Zurich says that the customers will be welcomed by “persona-based products if their booking matches the profile for specific covers like winter sports, business travel, or sports such as cycling and golf.” They also have the option to buy the insurance separately from the flights through the easyJet website.

The pricing engine will also use variables such as the traveller’s destination, time of year, group size, and flight add-ons to make a suggestion regarding the type of product needed.

“We believe there is significant opportunity to introduce more tailored products at the point of sale, in addition to products that add greater customer engagement. We will continue to work with easyJet to create market differentiators to drive customer satisfaction and support their brand values,” said Greg Lawson, head of travel insurance at Collinson.

This new partnerships proves that the combined strengths of two businesses have the potential to innovate the market, offer better services, and understand the customer’s needs.

The airline is pleased with their partners and is happy to be able to sell travel insurance across Europe. The product will be available in 13 European markets, including the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Portugal, Greece, Denmark, Czech Republic, and the Netherlands.

Collinson Group is a global leader in shaping and influencing customer behaviour to drive revenue and add value to its clients. Their areas of expertise are Loyalty, Lifestyle Benefits, Insurance, and Assistance, and together with their clients create value, engagement, and loyalty in their relationship with their customers.

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