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first_imgSource: DoughliciousA plethora of new free-from sweet and savoury bakery items has been unveiled.There’s vegan slices and pies, vegan cookies and gluten-free bread all designed to tempt consumers no matter their dietary requirements.We round up some of the latest NPD to hit shelves: Source: DoughliciousDark Chocolate & Salted Caramel Cookie Dough, DoughliciousDoughlicious has scored its first listing with M&S for its ready-to-bake gluten-free cookie dough in 500 stores. Source: PukkaVegan Vegetable Tikka Masala Pie, PukkaAs part of its National Curry Week celebrations, which runs from 7-13 October, Pukka has created a Vegan Vegetable Tikka Masala Pie.It comes complete with The Vegetarian Society’s stamp of approval and is packed with chickpeas, spinach and other vegetables in an aromatic tikka masala sauce wrapped in 144 layers of Pukka’s signature puff pastry. The chilled pie is available in Morrisons for an rsp of £1.89 until 27 October.It follows Pukka’s foray into the vegan market for the first-time last month with a duo of pies in Vegan Chicken & Mushroom and Vegan Minced Steak & Onion variants. Source: GinstersVegan Peppered Steak Slice, Ginsters and QuornGinsters has joined forces with Quorn again to launch a vegan-friendly version of its top-selling Peppered Steak Slice.Available in stores this week (rsp: £1.70/170g), the co-branded Vegan Peppered Steak Slice combines marinated Quorn pieces with onions and Cornish sourced potatoes in a classic peppercorn sauce, made using a blend of peppercorns, garlic and Dijon mustard. 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