Vegan Steak Bake Sign Spotted In Greggs


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A sign for a Vegan Steak Bake has been spotted in a Greggs store, after the bakery chain hinted more plant-based options were coming.

The image was shared by Instagram user Healing With Houmous and was reposted by Vegan Food UK.

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According to the image, the new plant-based product features ‘savory flavor Quorn mycoprotein pieces and diced onions in gravy, wrapped in crisp puff pastry’ – and costs £1.55.

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CONFIRMED! The very first official evidence that @greggs_official will launch a Vegan Steak Bake! ? ______ And many guessed correct that it will be Quorn making the ‘steak’ part of it It should launch today maybe/hopefully and will cost £1.55 Thanks for heads up @healing.with.houmous _____ Be the first to know ?Follow us at @vegan_food_uk for the latest vegan product launches . . . . #veganfooduk #veganfood #veganuk #ukvegans #whatveganseat #vegansweets #veganaf #veganpower #veganlife #plantkitchen #vegantreats #greggs #vegancakes #christmastime? #veganfoodlover #foodie #veganuary @weareveganuary #vegansausagerolls #vegancommunity #veganfoodshare #veganstagram #veganxmas #thegamechangers #vegansteakbake

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Vegan versions

Following the success of its vegan sausage roll, Greggs revealed it is working on vegan versions of all its bestselling products.

“We are working to see if we can come up with a version of all our bestselling lines because people want vegan options,” Greggs CEO Roger Whiteside said in an interview LBC radio station.

“If we can produce something that tastes just as good as the meat version, then that will sell very successfully. That’s what’s been shown with the vegan sausage roll.”

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