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Greggs Fans Fuming As Vegan Steak Bake Is Axed Again

  • Menu Change: Greggs removes Vegan Steak Bake from its menu to make space for a new vegan item.
  • Fan Reaction: Loyal customers express dismay on social media, questioning the decision.
  • Vegan Options Continue: Greggs assures a variety of vegan products still available despite the removal.
  • Limited-Time Offer: Vegan Steak Bake was initially intended as a temporary menu item.

The beloved bakery chain Greggs has confirmed that it's removing the Vegan Steak Bake from its menu, opting instead to make room for an upcoming vegan product. Introduced in 2020, the Vegan Steak Bake became a quick favorite among Greggs’ clientele, following the success of its vegan sausage roll.


The news surfaced after several patrons voiced their confusion and disappointment on X, formerly Twitter, with comments ranging from a bewildered "where has the vegan steak bake gone?" to more direct pleas like "Oi, why you stopping the vegan steak bake!"

Ellie Smitherman at The Sun reported that despite the strong customer loyalty, the Vegan Steak Bake was always intended as a limited-time offering. It briefly left the menu before making a return earlier this year, which had fans celebrating its comeback with praises like "My steak bake was actually hot and just as beautiful as I remember."

A spokesperson from Greggs clarified the situation to The Sun, stating, "Our Vegan Steak Bake will be taking a break from the menu to make way for a tasty vegan favourite, which will be launching next week." They also encouraged fans to seize the opportunity to enjoy the Vegan Steak Bake one last time before it disappears.

Greggs continues to cater to vegan customers with a variety of choices. The lineup includes the vegan sausage roll, glazed ring doughnut, and more exotic selections like the sweet potato and onion bhaji rice box, and southern fried potato wedges.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented, "It's always a delicate balance for food retailers to manage menu changes while keeping all customers happy. Greggs seems committed to refreshing its vegan range, which could be exciting news for vegan food lovers."

Comments+20 points

I buy mine frozen from Iceland and it works out cheaper than buying it from a Gregg's shop.

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