Saturday, October 1 2022

Greggs is constantly changing and updating its menu to meet customer demand. In recent months, the nation’s favorite bakery has introduced several vegan products to its lineup, such as Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt.

The Vegan Sausage, Bean and CheeZe Melt was released in August last year and was only available for a limited time.

Now, due to its popularity, the product is back.

Greggs reintroduced the vegan favorite to menus on Thursday, March 3.

Costing just £1.65, the pastry is available from UK stores and even via Click+Collect and Just Eat.

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In July 2021, Greggs launched the Vegan Ham and CheeZe Baguette.

Perfect for vegans, the sandwich is made with Quorn ham and cheddar flavored “cheeZe” slices.

Costing £2.95, it’s the perfect lunchtime treat.

In addition to the new vegan addition, Gregg’s launched eight other savory products last summer.

These included wraps, sandwiches and pasta dishes.

The wraps were a Mexican chicken wrap and a chicken ceaser and a bacon wrap.

Meanwhile, the sandwiches included a tuna mayonnaise and cucumber sandwich, a free-range egg mayonnaise sandwich, and a roast chicken and bacon sandwich.

The new pasta pots were a combination of meat and plant-based flavors, including crispy tuna pasta, chicken and bacon pasta, and feta and tomato pasta.

Greggs began introducing vegan products to its lineup following the success of its vegan sausage roll.

Launched in 2019, the sausage roll was Greggs’ first vegan pastry, and it’s been delighting fans ever since.

As Sausage, CheeZe and Beans Melt returns to Greggs this week, one item disappears from its menu.

Unfortunately, the fast-food chain‘s Hot Cross Bun isn’t returning to branches this Easter.

A spokesperson for Greggs commented: “Our Hot Cross Buns are taking a much needed break from our Easter menu this year, but keep an eye out for our other exciting Easter products coming to stores soon.”

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