Sunday Supper Adds 3 “Decadent” Vegan Meals to Its Frozen Line, Including Three Cheese Ravioli and Spinach Manicotti

Plant-based foods brand Sunday Supper announces it is expanding its line of premium frozen entrees with three new launches: a Wild Mushroom Ravioli, Three Cheeses Ravioli, and a Ricotta and Spinach Manicotti w/ Bechamel.

Also featuring vine-ripened tomato sauce, all three entrees will be available through Sunday Supper’s website and retailer GTFO It’s Vegan beginning March 10. 

“The runaway success of our [lasagnas] proved that there is a huge market for high-quality, plant-based meals”

The new launches build on the “viral” success of Sunday Supper’s debut products – Three Cheeses and Italian Sausage Lasagna – which first launched into Fresh Market stores across the US in 2022. The brand’s latest rollout includes:

  • Cheese Ravioli – With a creamy almond-based ricotta, vine-ripened tomato sauce and plant-based parmesan (MSRP: $16.99)
  • Wild Mushroom Ravioli  – Features a rich, umami-packed flavor with a mix of shiitake, nameko, oyster, porcini, and portobello mushrooms in an olive oil and sherry wine reduction (MSRP: $16.99)
  • Spinach and Ricotta Manicotti – Stuffed with almond-based ricotta and spinach, and topped with a bechamel/tomato sauce blend (MRSP: $24.99)
Sunday Supper Vegan Manicotti
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Multi-serve format

“Our delicious line of products are an easy family meal as well as a great way to celebrate a special occasion with more ease and no compromise on quality,” says Richard Klein, head of product and co-founder. “We are focused on the multi-serve format because our meals represent time spent together. And we also deliver on the freshness and locked-in goodness that restaurant-quality frozen foods like ours represent to the consumer.”

Founded by Florian Radke and Richard Klein, Sunday Supper launched in 2021 to “redefine” the $38Bn frozen food industry with gourmet, family-size Italian plant-based dishes. Both Radke and Klein have extensive backgrounds in business and entrepreneurship – Radke has co-founded successful vegan companies including Wild Earth Dog Food and dessert chain Cinnaholic, while Klein possesses a strong background in both creating companies and leading design. 

Plant-based meals
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Sunday Supper’s popular lasagnas are currently sold at premium US retailers nationwide, including The Fresh Market, Erewhon and Plum Market.

“Runaway success”

 “We are so proud to introduce these new items to our lineup,” says CEO and co-founder Florian Radke. “The runaway success of our Three Cheese Lasagna and Italian Sausage Lasagna proved that there is a huge market for high-quality, plant-based meals. These new items are answering that demand with three more delicious options that plant-based and non-plant-based eaters alike will love. We can’t wait to share these new items that deliver all the flavor and satisfaction of our two original items.”

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