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Greggs Apologises for Sausage Roll Christ Child

That seemingly innocent image of holy people gathering around to bless a sausage roll really kicked off big time for Greggs, but not in a good way. People who believe in the Jesus things were right pissed off about replacing the famous stable-born baby with a sausage roll in order to sell a calendar and some coffees, so much so that Greggs has been forced to do a serious-face, puffed-out-bottom-lip apology. Read More >>

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There’s no Meat in the Greggs Advent Calendar

Greggs, the sausage roll shop, has produced an advent calendar. Sadly it doesn't contain any foodstuffs, as you'd have to keep it refrigerated and you wouldn't really want to eat a four week old sausage product on Christmas Eve anyway. Read More >>

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Greggs is Giving Away Free Festive Bakes Tomorrow

Christmas is coming, and that means overspending and overeating. That last one especially, because unlike presents people will keep coming back for food - especially if its only around for a limited time. To drum up publicity for its own festive food range, Greggs has announced that its giving some away free of charge, but only tomorrow and only while stocks last. Read More >>

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What’s The Grossest Fast Food Chain?

There’s an ad campaign running at the moment for McDonald’s, in which rather than tell us directly how tasty it thinks its food is, it is instead telling us how not-disgusting it is. Chicken McNuggets, the ad points out, don’t contain “bits” - beaks and parts of the chicken, and so on. Read More >>

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Some Students Held A Rave At Greggs

Ahh students. It turns out that for all of the talk about today's young people being a generation of squares, they can still act like dickheads if they like. Read More >>

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Greggs Can be Delivered to Your House Now

Imagine a Greggs sausage roll being stuffed through your letterbox at dinner time, because you clicked on a thing on your phone. It's 6:37pm. You are still in your pyjamas, or at least the old t-shirt and remnants of pants you call pyjamas, and food is coming remotely. Your family will not starve today. Read More >>

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Greggs’ New Drive-Thrus Let You Enjoy a Cornish Without Leaving Your Car

Pasties are one of those things we all enjoy, whether you're a fan of the Cornish pasty, a steak slice, or prefer to go for the good old fashioned sausage roll. But if you ever felt like buying one was too much of a hassle, Greggs has you covered with the announcement that it will be launching its own drive-thrus across the country. Read More >>

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Greggs Customers Furious Over Management’s “Personalised Sauce Option” Ketchup Ban

Pastry and sandwich chain Greggs has apparently banned staff from adding brown sauce and ketchup to lunchtime sandwiches sold to customers, in a move that's either all about reducing serving time, saving money or annoying people, depending on who you listen to. Read More >>

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What Is a Cronut, and Why Is Greggs Making Its Own Version, the Greggsnut?

The cronut must be the most over-hyped food product since the cupcake...but that doesn't mean I haven't stopped fantasising even once about the original cronut, invented by the New York bakery Dominique Ansel. It's had publications writing breathless reports about its supply-and-demand issues; the long lines and inevitable black market; the new must-eat flavours (fig and marscapone!); the girls digging through rubbish for cronut-scraps, oh, and the dozens of cronut rip-offs and homages. But what is a cronut? Read More >>

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The British Military Is Now Powered By Greggs

Yes, that's right, Greggs the bakers is going to be fuelling our chaps on their fight abroad, or at least, if the trial goes well they will. Greggs pasties and sausage rolls could soon be winging their way to soldiers on the front line. Just what you need while you're baking in the Afghani sun. Read More >>