Innovative ethnic recipes have played a starring role in the recently revamped vegetarian range from Marks & Spencer. A menu of 20 dishes consisting of starters, snacks and meals ranging in price from 99p to £3.69 has been designed to tempt the increasing number of meat reducers in the UK. It includes dishes such as Moroccan filo pies with yogurt and mint dressing, oriental mushroom spring rolls and a complete Indian meal for one. A spokeswoman said: "There are many non vegetarians who want a vegetarian meal. By incorporating lots of flavour via the spices, you can create tasty meals." The revamp is just one of many range makeovers it has made as it focuses more on healthy eating and nutrition. These recipes have been designed for a balanced diet with low salt and high iron and B12 content. The vegetarian range is not endorsed by the Vegetarian Society, although M&S does consult the society. All the new products are made with free range eggs and carry M&S's own green and yellow V symbol. After six weeks on sale, the bestsellers have proved to be the Moroccan filo pies, vegetable moussaka and mushroom bake. M&S plans to vary the products twice a year using seasonal vegetables although, wherever possible, the top selling lines will be maintained. {{FOCUS SPECIALS }}