Published: 09:06, 03 January 2019
| Updated: 12:45, 03 January 2019
The roll-out of a new vegan Greggs product has failed to land in Kent.
The national bakery chain has sent out vegan sausage rolls to 950 restaurants across the country today.
But as the nation tucks in, only two Kent branches are selling the new product.
Vegans and anyone else curious to try the new pastry, will have to get in their car and drive onto the M2.
Only Medway's Moto services on the motorway's coastbound carriageway, between junction four for Gillingham and five for Maidstone, Sittingbourne and Sheerness, is being stocked with the vegan sausage roll.
Not a single town centre branch in Kent made the cut for Greggs' hotly-discussed new product.
The bakery says it will still have the 96 layers of puff pastry - but will be filled with a meat substitute instead.
Greggs says it's making the version of its best-selling item following "strong consumer demand".
A spokesperson from Greggs said: "Before looking to roll out the vegan sausage roll further we are keen to gauge customer demand."
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