Greggs Launching Vegan Sausage & Bean Melt And Other Top-Selling Products, Says Report

A leaked document posted on Instagram allegedly shows the bakery giant's upcoming launches, which features a host of vegan products


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Greggs Launching Vegan Sausage & Bean Melt Earlier this month, Greggs started trialing a vegan sausage bap and ham and cheese baguette in the UK - Media Credit: Growth

Greggs is ‘potentially’ launching a Sausage & Bean Melt alongside other top-selling products, according to Vegan Food UK.

Vegan Food UK is an online organization sharing vegan food news, reviews, vlogs, and more. It operates across multiple social media platforms, with a Facebook groupFacebook pageYouTube channel, and Instagram account.

Vegan Sausage & Bean Melt

It posted a leaked document that appears to show the bakery chain’s upcoming vegan options.

They include a jam donut, southern fried chicken baguette, a Festive Bake, and Sausage & Bean Melt. 

The image also says Greggs will ‘trial vegan breakfast options’. 

However, Vegan Food UK says it cannot prove the document’s validity.  It wrote: “All we can say is that we have heard by another insider that Greggs may be bringing in a vegan Sausage & Bean Melt soon.”

‘Loads of new vegan options are potentially coming to Greggs’

Greggs’ vegan options

Earlier this month, the company added a vegan sausage bap and a ham and cheese baguette to its plant-based offerings. 

Both items feature meat alternatives from Quorn and are priced at £1.90 and £2.95 respectively.

According to reports, the new menu items will be trialed in select stores before being rolled out across the UK.

A Greggs spokesperson told Plant Based News: “We’re always listening to what our customers want to see next on our menu.

“When we’ve got more details to share on vegan launches, we’ll be sure to let everyone know!”

*This article was updated on April 27 to include Greggs’ response

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