Greggs, Pret A Manger and Marks & Spencer release their Christmas menus


SANDWICHES

Pret’s Christmas Lunch

‘Thick slices of British turkey with port & orange cranberry sauce, herby pork stuffing and baby spinach leaves. Finished with a dab of free range mayo and crispy onions. (contains alcohol)

Vegan Christmas Nut Roast

Roasted butternut squash, peppery rocket and Christmas pesto made with pine nuts, chestnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, parsley & rosemary. Served with a spoonful of vegan sage mayo, crispy onions and caramelised pecans.

BAGUETTES

Brie, Pistachio & Cranberry

Slices of delicate French brie with port & orange cranberry sauce, free range mayo, toasted pistachios and a handful of peppery rocket.

Smoked Salmon, Soft Cheese & Dill

Scottish smoked salmon with creamy soft cheese, fresh dill, lemon juice and seasoning.

Christmas Lunch Baguette

British turkey with port & orange cranberry sauce, herby pork stuffing and peppery rocket. Finished with a sprinkling of crispy onions and a dab of free range mayo. (contains alcohol)

Vegan Christmas Lunch Baguette

Shredded oyster mushrooms with port & orange cranberry sauce, sage & pumpkin seed stuffing, and baby spinach. Finished with a sprinkling of crispy onions and a dab of vegan sage mayo. (contains alcohol)

50p from the sale of each special Christmas sandwich will be donated to the Pret Foundation, which supports grassroots charities in communities local to Pret shops. It comes as Pret celebrates 25 years of the Pret Foundation, set up by Pret’s founders with the singular goal to break the cycle of homelessness. The Pret Foundation’s very own fleet of charity vans collect and deliver food every night to over 100 hostels and charities supporting homeless people across London. Over the last 25 years, the Pret Foundation has donated 35 million food items to 126 charities up and down the UK.

  All drinks will be available using Pret’s YourBarista coffee subscription service which allows customers to buy up to five barista-prepared drinks a day for just £20 a month. 

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