Horsham misses out on launch of Greggs new vegan sausage roll

Daniel Fowler
January 6, 2019

True-to-from, Morgan offered up an unsolicited opinion, calling Greggs "PC-ravaged clowns".

Laura said: "We were absolutely gutted, we went to Strood, The Pentagon, Chatham High Street and none of them were selling them".

He said: "The festival is growing every year and to have a popular bakery like Greggs stock a vegan sausage roll would help to make veganism more mainstream".

There are 311 calories in the vegan sausage roll, meaning it's a tasty treat that you definitely don't need to feel guilty about!

"We have been trying to develop a vegan version of our famous sausage roll for some time now".

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Barry Mackie-Conlon, co-organiser of the Dundee Vegan Festival, explained that more and more people in the city were adopting a vegan lifestyle.

The new roll has been created to mirror some of the sausage roll's classic features including 96 layers of light and crisp puff pastry but instead we wrap it around our own bespoke Quorn filling.

People in Horsham are missing out on the roll-out of a new vegan sausage roll unveiled nationwide by bakery chain Greggs today.

It's uncertain yet as to whether the vegan sausage roll will be sticking around as a permanent fixture or just as a Veganuary special, but Greggs say that they will review customer feedback and plan around it.

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