LoveSeitan - Seitan Pepperoni Chub, 275g

Love Seitan - Seitan Pepperoni Chub, 275g
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LoveSeitan - Seitan Pepperoni Chub, 275g

Brand - LoveSeitan
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Quick Description

Smokey, meaty & oh-so-satisfying, LoveSeitan’s Pepperoni Chub is a vegan pizza lover's dream! Slice, sizzle, sauté or stew & ENJOY this cruelty-free treat!

Key Information

  • Plant-based pepperoni alternative
  • Delicious in sauces, stews, soups or on pizza
  • Slice, dice, mince or grate
  • Source of vitamin B12
  • Free from soy, GMOs & palm oil

Product Overview

Pizza lovers - your prayers have been answered!

Developed by the UK’s leading seitan brand, LoveSeitan’s Pepperoni Chub is the plant-based pepperoni you’ve been waiting for. Smoky, spicy and succulent, this pizza-ready, cruelty-free pepperoni-style seitan will convince even the most passionate pepperoni fans.

LoveSeitan Pepperoni Chub is made with premium high-protein seitan (vital wheat gluten) along with carefully chosen seasonings to bring the firm, meaty texture to life! It is 100% free from cholesterol, GMOs, soy and palm oil.

Designed to be prepared your way, Love Seitan’s Pepperoni Chub comes in a versatile log, ready for all kinds of culinary uses. Of course, it’s ideal for slicing onto vegan pizza, but can also be enjoyed in stews, sauces, soups or in wraps and sandwiches.


Water, Wheat Gluten, Chickpea Flour, Rapeseed Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Smoked Paprika, Salt, Garlic Granules, Onion Powder, Natural Flavouring.
Allergens: Wheat

Frequently Asked Questions

Is LoveSeitan’s Pepperoni Chub a good source of protein?

LoveSeitan Pepperoni Chub is an excellent source of low-fat protein, to be enjoyed as part of a balanced plant-based diet. It contains 25g of plant protein per 100g and only 0.6g of saturated fats and 0 cholesterol. That’s actually more protein than meat-based pepperoni!

Seitan also contains 8 out of the 9 essential amino acids that make up a complete protein, meaning it delivers a whole lot of cell-building nutrients.