When we look back at 2019, well realise the cultural importance that Greggs made this year with its game-changer, the vegan sausage roll.
Now, the pastry goods can be accessed from the comfort of our own homes as Greggs is, finally, available on Just Eat.
Sadly, due do its popularity, Brits can only order one sausage roll at a time. But hey, at least delivery is free.
The bakery giant, the biggest in the UK with 1,900 stores, sells around 145 million sausage rolls every year to hungry Brits.
But the delivery is sadly only available to lucky folks in London, Newcastle, and Glasgow.
The news was announced with a sausage roll sidecar, unveiled by Eastenders and Im a Celeb king Joe Swash (random, we know).
The sidecar is inspired by the push-bike that Greggs founder John Gregg used in the 1930s to deliver his baked goods.
A team of designers took two weeks to customise the Triumph Bonneville vehicle which features a six-foot golden pastry-look sidecar in tribute to the iconic savoury treat.
It will now go on tour around London, Newcastle and Glasgow from today, accompanied by self-confessed Greggs fan Joe Swash.
He said: With Greggs now on Just Eat, breakfast and lunch just got infinitely better! Their bacon rolls are my favourite, I reckon Ill be putting a few cheeky orders in myself!
Were thrilled to be working with Just Eat to make it even easier for our customers to enjoy their breakfast and lunch menu favourites, said Hannah Grills from Greggs.
From bacon rolls and coffees to our range of bakes, sandwiches and wraps, well be able to go direct to the doorsteps of more than a million hRead More – Source