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Iceland Has Upped Its Greggs Stock So You Can Always Get Your Fix

Iceland Has Upped Its Greggs Stock So You Can Always Get Your Fix

Many of us are still recovering from the quite frankly devastating news that Greggs bakeries have closed their doors amid coronavirus.

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We were left bereft at the thought we'd no longer be able to get our hands on a sausage roll or steak bake. But what if we told you... you still could?

You listening? Lean in close. *Whispers* We have a source.

Word on the street is that Iceland is set to receive extra stock of the nation's most loved bake goods. And by street, we mean Iceland themselves.

Yes, it is official. The frozen food supermarket are going to be the selling even more frozen Greggs products that you simply heat up and enjoy from your isolation.

There's a way to get hold of a sausage roll. But shhh... (Credit: Greggs)
There's a way to get hold of a sausage roll. But shhh... (Credit: Greggs)
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Shoppers can pick up Greggs classics such as the iconic Sausage Rolls (£1.89, 427g) and Steak Bakes (£1.89, 280g), as well as Sausage & Bean Melts (£1.89, 308g), Cheese & Onion Bakes (£1.89, 288g), Corned Beef Bakes (£1.89, 290g), Bacon and Cheese Wraps (£2.00, 194g), Chicken Bakes (£1.89, 306g) and Vegetable Bakes (£1.89, 310g).

There is a God!

You can even buy 16 Greggs Mini Sausage Rolls (£1.89, 433g), which are exclusive to Iceland.

Iceland is selling Greggs exclusively (Credit: PA)
Iceland is selling Greggs exclusively (Credit: PA)

Iceland says the sharer pack is perfect for "sausage roll lovers looking for the perfect working from home afternoon treat, or something to keep their new kid co-workers happy."

You can buy Iceland's Greggs range in store (at a safe two metre distance, of course) or online.

Keep it hush though, yeah? We don't wan't every stockpiler hankering for a steak bake in on this one.

The news comes as Greggs announce they're launching a series of baking tutorials called GIY (Greggs It Yourself), where they talk fans through how to make some of their best loved recipes, such as a sausage, bean and cheese melt .

That's right: to anyone worrying about Greggs, here's proof the bakers are not only OK, they're positively thriving.

Featured Image Credit: Greggs

Topics: Greggs, Tasty Food, Food And Drink, Iceland

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance writer working for Tyla. After graduating with an English Lit and Media degree from the University of Sussex, Ciara held jobs at GLAMOUR and Yahoo Style before packing up for a solo travelling trip around South America.

 

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