Summer’s here, and while visions of sizzling BBQs might be dancing in our heads, the reality for many Brits is a bit different. New research from the folks at Ginsters reveals that a surprising 50% of us won’t be firing up the grill this year. Whether it’s a lack of outdoor space or pesky no-BBQ zones, it seems like the beloved British BBQ isn’t always on the menu.

But don’t despair, BBQ lovers! Ginsters has swooped in with a tasty solution: their limited-edition BBQ Pulled Pork Slice. Think juicy 100% British pork, slathered in a tangy BBQ sauce, and finished with a smoky applewood crumb topping – all wrapped in Ginsters’ signature golden puff pastry. It’s basically a BBQ in your pocket, perfect for picnics, beach days, or anywhere a traditional grill isn’t an option.

Where’s the BBQ Scarcity Hitting Hardest?

The research didn’t stop there. Ginsters also pinpointed the UK cities where BBQ dreams are least likely to come true. Londoners top the list with a 56% chance of missing out, followed by Brighton (54%) and a three-way tie between Manchester, Birmingham, and Sheffield (51%).

Ginsters to the Rescue

Sarah Babb from Ginsters shares, “We were shocked to discover how many Brits are missing out on the Bank Holiday BBQ tradition. That’s why we created our new BBQ Pulled Pork Slice – to bring that summery BBQ flavor to everyone, no matter where they are.”pen_spark

So, if your summer plans involve more parks than patios, fear not! Head to your nearest Tesco, Morrisons, Waitrose, or ASDA and grab yourself a Ginsters BBQ Pulled Pork Slice. At £1.95, it’s a steal for a taste of summer you can enjoy on the go. And remember, they’re only around for a limited time, so get them while they’re hot!

Beyond the BBQ Slice

While you’re at it, why not explore the full range of Ginsters’ delicious pasties, slices, and more? They’ve been a staple of British picnics and lunchboxes since 1969, made with locally sourced ingredients and a whole lot of Cornish pride.

Ginsters: More Than Just Pastries

But Ginsters is about more than just delicious food. They’re committed to supporting local communities and sustainable practices. They source ingredients from local farmers, minimize waste, and even have a partnership with Plymouth Argyle Football Club to help tackle poverty in the South West.

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