Where can you get a Greggs' vegan sausage roll in North Herts?

Piers Morgan has suggested that Greggs make its name gender fluid

Piers Morgan has suggested that Greggs make its name gender fluid

Greggs - renowned for the mass sale of traditional pork sausage rolls - announced that its new quorn version would be on sale from today.

The purveyor of baked goods debuted its Vegan Sausage Roll in over 900 stores across the country yesterday.

The treat was launched in response to a petition by animal welfare organisation Peta that attracted 20,000 signatures.

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

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Instead of ignoring the host's comments, Greggs chose to hit back and even suggest how the host gets easily "triggered" by veganism: "Oh hello Piers, we've been expecting you".

James explained that until a few years ago he bought vegan sausage rolls from a shop on Reform Street, but now has to resort to going to health food stores, which have the snack delivered from Edinburgh. The company sells 1.5m traditional pork sausage rolls a week. A meat one. Real meat.

It is now available in 950 selected stores in the United Kingdom starting today and only costs £1.

You've either been disconnected from the world for the past 24 hours or you've heard everybody talking about the Greggs vegan sausage roll.

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