M&S Is Selling A "Love Sausage" For Valentine's Day

Mae Love
February 10, 2019

The heart-shaped pork product, wrapped in streaky bacon and topped with truffle, is on sale for £5, with M&S promoting it as an accompaniment to a romantic breakfast in bed.

"The recipe includes a hint of delicious truffle to make it extra special and my top tip is to crack two eggs into the centre of the heart, eight minutes before serving for the breakfast of dreams".

Or, you could get them a big sausage wrapped in bacon.

Although it sounds very tasty, shoppers have been poking fun at the name of the product.

And it's certainly gone down a treat.

The brand announced the news today by asking its Twitter followers, "Are you ready for our Love Sausage?"

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It's available in stores from tomorrow if you're interested.

While some people have said that they will definitely be purchasing the "Love Sausage" for their significant other on Valentine's Day, others have said they want nothing to do with it.

It's not just an ordinary sausage though, M&S are releasing a heart-shaped one for the occasion.

And the retailer has high hopes for the cheeky product, expecting to sell over 15,000 to customers up and down the UK.

'It looks like two giant grubs mating, ' penned one unimpressed Twitter user, while another commented: 'Nothing says love more than processed meat'.

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