Greggs home delivery service could soon be coming to Doncaster
Steak bakes and sausage rolls could soon be winging their way to Doncaster doorsteps after nationwide bakery chain Greggs revealed it is trialling a home delivery service.
The firm, which has several branches in Doncaster, are trialling a new service called Greggs Delivered which will see savouries and cakes brought direct to people's homes.
The venture is being rolled out in Newcastle - and if successful could be extended nationwide.
The 14,000-plus strong workforce at Cobalt Business Park in North Tyneside is the first to test the new service, with workers able to order their sandwiches,... read more
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