You could be eating vegan sausage rolls at Greggs next year
Ahead of Veganuary next month, your favourite meat-filled puff pastry is getting a revamp.
This just in – Greggs will be selling vegan sausage rolls in 2019. A contradiction in terms, perhaps, but fabulous news for vegans across the UK nonetheless.
The rumours of a meat-free roll have been circulating for quite a few years, but thanks to PETA, we have some fresh intel.
An email leak, featuring a message sent from a Greggs representative, allegedly said: Were really excited about the launch of the Vegan Sausage Roll as we know you and our customers will be too.
Earlier in the year, PETA started a petition, which attracted 20,000 signatures, urging the bakery chain to offer a vegan alternative to the popular food.
Greggs is yet to officially confirm the news, but introduced a vegan dish in May – the Mexican Bean Wrap – so it feels only natural that the British staple should follow.
Safe to say, some people are pretty excited about the potential of a vegan roll.
My entire life rn is just waiting for Greggs to release the vegan sausage roll
— joe hoe hoe (@j0egurski) December 13, 2018
apparently Greggs are adding a vegan sausage roll to their menu next year, and that best not be just a rumour.
— the cerebral christm-ass (@BethBeforeDecaf) December 14, 2018
finding out about greggs launching a vegan sausage roll has just drastically improved my day
— holly (@hollycking) December 8, 2018
Others, less so.
But theres a Grinch at every party.
My auntie tagged me in something to do with Greggs apparently releasing a vegan sausage roll and one of the comments on the post was an old man going “you have lost my respect Greggs” like shut up just dont order it if u dont want it lmao
— india Ⓥ (@mileskaane) December 11, 2018
Is this an early Christmas presents for vegans in the country?
Weve contacted Greggs to find out.
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