A lack of demand from consumers for plant-based sausages has driven sausage-maker Heck to drop almost all of its meat-free products.
Customers were not ready to move to meat-free alternatives, according to the firm.
The Yorkshire-based company said it will still produce two meat-free options, which includes burgers and chipolatas, but has dropped more than eight other meat-free products.
Heck also produces a range of pork and chicken sausages, which continue to perform well at retail.
Heck Sausages is not the first company to note a lack of demand for meat or dairy alternatives.
Last year, McDonald’s reported that there had been lacklustre demand at its restaurants in the US for meat-free burgers produced by Beyond Meat.
And earlier this year, Innocent Drinks announced it would stop selling its dairy-free range.
In January, sales of meat-free alternatives dropped back on the previous year during Veganuary, according to Kantar data, with the taste and price of meat-free products noted as the major barriers for shoppers.