Plant Infusion

Plant Infusion

Plant Infusion

More about Plant Infusion

Plant Infusion, a start-up company based in Crawley, West Sussex, launched its service in July 2021. This family run offers Plant-based, Indian Fused, home-cooked vegan ready meals that are delivered fresh to customer’s doors for them to heat up, eat and enjoy! There is no need to prepare the meals or cook them. The convenience is there and not only this, the popular ready meals are healthy too.

A lot of the meals are gluten free, high in protein and fibre, low in fat and low in sugar too. We want our meals to provide more nutritional value than your traditional meat and veg dishes to encourage more people to make the change and consume less meat.

Plant infusion started providing this service locally for the first 4 months of operations and are now ready to launch nationally. This means people can order the dishes throughout the whole of the UK.

Key information

> Plant-based preservative-free home cooked ready meals
> Deliver to the UK - 3 day lead time (Wednesday - Friday)
> Vegan
> Healthy
> Tasty
> Environmentally Friendly


50% off your first order

Promo code: FIRST50

Visit our website, choose what you want to order from our menu, enter code FIRST50 at checkout for 50% off your first order!

Contact information


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 07787194014

Mobile: 07787194014


65 Bedivere Road
County (optional)
United Kingdom

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We donate to animal charities through attending vegan markets. We are an ethically responsible company and ensure our packaging is environmentally friendly and we strive to be better at this as we learn and grow.

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