British fast casual restaurant group Square Pie is launching two new Brexit specials today, the "In" and the "Out" pies, which will run in its restaurants until polling day later this month.
The six-strong restaurant group claims that the public has become increasingly confused between the claim and counter claim in the run-up to the referendum and it is suggesting that customers vote with their stomachs rather than their heads or their hearts.
Square Pie customers can vote "Out" with a "classic combination" of British beef, EU banned wonky veg and home-brewed ale, or vote "In" with a sausage union of Toulouse, chorizo, bratwurst and pepperoni in an Italian, tomato sauce. Both will also be available via delivery business Deliveroo. Both fillings are available as classic pies or as toppings on baked jacket potatoes.
Founder Martin Dewey commented: "The level of debate over Brexit has been pretty low level so we thought it was time to raise the standard with some top notch food. Let's hope pies are as accurate for Brexit as the Octopus was for football. Whichever of these beauties wins, we don't expect it to impact house prices."
There will be a daily Square Pie Chart on squarepie.com where customers can view up-to-date sales of the Square Pie favourite for the EU referendum on 23 June.
Square Pie, which launched in 2001, operates six restaurants locations in Old Spitalfields Market, Westfield London, Westfield Stratford City, Bluewater, The O2 and its most recent opening, Birmingham Grand Central. The pies are made from natural ingredients and avoid artificial additives or hydrogenated fats.
Our award winning pies are now available unbaked from the freezer in Sainsbury's to enjoy a proper pie moment at home.
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