Everyone likes mashed potatoes smothered in gravy, but there’s no need for meat or palm oil in conventional brands. It’s pretty easy to make your own, like this vegan gravy (School Night Vegan).
Keep stocks and gravy away from pets, due to toxic ingredients like salt, onion and garlic. Learn more on food safety for people & pets.
Steenbergs make nice gravy mixes, in little glass jars. Although they are called ‘chicken and pork etc’ this is just for how they taste, they are all vegan and organic.
You likely know that the best-selling brand of gravy in England is Bisto. But again it’s just a cheap mix of not-quality ingredients and nothing to write home about (it also contains palm fat). It’s also made in a factory with animal products, so could be at risk of contamination.
Oxo has similar ingredients along with beef fat and dried beef bonestick. Another reason why artisan like to avoid both brands is because they are owned by big multi-national companies (Unilever and Premier Foods respectively). And people are increasingly tired of all the ‘nostalgic brands’ being owned by huge companies, that have nothing to do with the local organic food movement.