Animal rights activists have failed to stop a theatre from serving ham and sausages during a Peppa Pig live show.
PETA wanted the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, Kent, UK, to serve vegan food during the event instead.
It said young fans of the cartoon favorite would be horrified if they knew they were eating pork sausages.
But theatre bosses said it will not be making changes to its menu.
Paula Gillespie, the acting theatre director said: “The Marlowe provides its audience with a choice of food to eat in our restaurant.
“There are vegetarian choices available for those who want them and we offer a range of different pre-show menus, including vegan.
“Our supplier provides us with high quality and responsibly sourced meat from local farms.
“For the thousands of people who will be enjoying Peppa Pig at our theatre next week, there will be plenty of high quality food choices available to suit all needs.”
Elisa Allen, PETA’s UK director, said: “Many of the young children who will cheer for Peppa would be horrified to learn that sausages are made from pigs like her.”