Greggs Finally Rolls Out Home Delivery In Newcastle, London And Glasgow
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Greggs has finally rolled out a home delivery service so you can enjoy pastry treats from the comfort of your own sofa (or bed!).
That's right - through Just Eat, everyone's favourite high street bakery is now offering its customers a home delivery service in three different cities across the UK.
So, if you call Newcastle, London or Glasgow 'home', then you'll be able to get a vegan sausage roll or a beloved steak bake delivered right to your door to cure your hangover with minimal effort.
Three stores in each city are currently set up for home delivery, and Greggs says that over one million households will be able to use the service as each store has a broad catchment area.
The entire range of Greggs products, including doughnuts, hot drinks and pastries, are available through the new scheme, and there is no minimum spend for customers using Just Eat.
To order, you need to use your Just Eat account and select Greggs from the available options. As long as you're in one of the catchment areas, you'll be able to order from 7am in London and 8am in the other two cities.
Hannah Squirrell, customer director at the bakery, said: "We're thrilled to be working with Just Eat to make it even easier for our customers to enjoy their breakfast and lunch menu favourites.
"We're now able to go direct to the doorsteps of more than a million hungry households."
Graham Corfield, from delivery service Just Eat, added: "We're delighted to welcome Greggs to Just Eat. Britain's love affair with Greggs isn't slowing down."
To celebrate the launch of the service with Joe Swash, Greggs unveiled the first ever sausage roll sidecar in London yesterday, inspired by the push-bike that the bakery's founder, John Gregg, used in the 1930s to deliver his sweet and savoury treats.
The bakery chain will also be giving away free sausage and vegan sausage rolls in Glasgow, Buchanan Street on the 5th of July (11am-2pm) and Newcastle, Northumberland Street on 6th July (11am-2pm).