Greggs to open shops despite first loss in 36 years
16/03/2021 | news | business | 742
The bakery chain is confident of long-term recovery despite sales being hit amid the pandemic.
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16/03/2021 11:24:39 1 0
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Why one from you?
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16/03/2021 10:25:59 4 13
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Great news for the overweight!!
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16/03/2021 11:05:29 4 4
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STEEVO
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Think their food is average at best. Service is shocking staff over worked doing numerous jobs . Can be standing there ages awaiting paying for a meal deal to takeaway.

I'm guessing you live darn sarf? Up here in the north, where Greggs are staffed by local British people, not resentful immigrants, the service and the food are both great.
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16/03/2021 11:14:45 10 45
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He sells food, the other sells another four letter word.
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16/03/2021 10:51:36 196 13
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To all you saying it adds to the obesity of the UK, how on earth do you work that out? No-one is forcing ANYONE to eat it (I don't, I think it is awful food), but each to their own! What next? Stop all sales of alcohol because some people have an addiction to it? Get off your high horse and get on with your own life! No-one cares if you are a healthy person, who exercises and only eats posh veg.
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16/03/2021 12:55:17 1 0
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Haha????????????????
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16/03/2021 13:13:32 2 0
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Well it won't be rooster's little booster.
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16/03/2021 12:53:58 4 9
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poor brits, perhaps most hardly eat any good food and many thought Greggs offers good food

btw, enjoy your overcharged greasy sausage rolls
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16/03/2021 11:14:45 10 45
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He sells food, the other sells another four letter word.
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16/03/2021 13:04:17 3 2
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Smug, aren't you...

What about the retired guy who is happy to enjoy a weekend at the Ludlow Food Festival with SWMBO, and also happy to have a sausage roll from Greggs while out shopping in town?

Is Greggs the best food on the planet - of course not, but it is reasonable food at a reasonable price, in a convenient location. Sometimes that is all someone wants!
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16/03/2021 12:59:24 1 6
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Greggs to expand especially waistlines.

It’s good news for greggs and it’s customers, I must admit never been in one, however one day I will visit, must be good as seems a busy place, I assume it’s mainly/mostly UK sourced and produced I hope so, don’t mind if they have stuff from USA, but any EU produce and I won’t visit, going to ban buying any EU produce.
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16/03/2021 13:16:22 4 0
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Think of green house gasses,product from the USA 3000 odd sea miles,from the EU 20 sea miles
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16/03/2021 13:20:03 2 5
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For almost everyone, Greggs produces and sells food far better than any of the decorative muck knocked out on Masterchef.
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16/03/2021 13:08:36 8 1
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If you're fat after gorging on Greggs food, blame yourself and no-one else.
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16/03/2021 13:12:35 6 1
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They are probably fat before gorging on Greggs.
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16/03/2021 13:46:22 2 2
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I hear Greggs are coming to Inverness, at least we wont get robbed like going to Harry Gow
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16/03/2021 14:16:43 1 5
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Excellent news for the obese?
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16/03/2021 14:35:30 1 0
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There is nothing wrong with a sausage roll in moderation.

Eating one does not mean poor diet.

Eating 6 in a sitting though, probably does,

it would be good for balance if you tell them apart.
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16/03/2021 20:20:43 2 3
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Greggs is a great British success story.

Whatever happened to that Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain, when he came out huge in favour of Remain did the Remoaners not rally around him?