Today Greggs has reopened across the UK. As part of the latest phase of its reopening programme, shops nationwide are firing up their ovens and welcoming back hungry customers.
- Greggs open: Is Greggs open? Full opening hours revealed
More Greggs fans across the UK will be able to get their hands on sausage rolls (and vegan sausage rolls) as well as a variety of drinks and sweet treats.
Shops will be open for takeaway only, with all seating areas and customer toilets remaining closed.
To keep customers and colleagues safe, payments will be encouraged by card, contactless or Greggs Rewards, while new operational and social distancing measures will be implemented across all shops.
A Greggs spokesperson said: “Following the successful reopening of 800 shops in mid-June, we have now moved to the next phase.
“As of today, the majority of our owned estate shops will have reopened nationwide offering a takeaway-only service.”
Greggs fans can check whether their local shop is open by using the shop finder tool on the Greggs website.
Many other eateries and restaurants are opening up too.
Wagamama is reopening stores from July 4.
Greggs reopening: Bakery fans are angry that this product is missing [MENU]
What can you order from Greggs? [FULL LIST]
Greggs reopening 800 stores from June 18 [WHERE?]
McDonald’s are reopening, offering breakfast and the lunch and dinner menu.
However, fans have been angry with the limited breakfast menu.
This limited menu is being tested currently in open McDonald’s stores.
Over summer the breakfast service will be rolled out across the UK.
- Cineworld opening UK cinema screens in July
Morrisons Cafe’s have opened across the UK at 402 supermarkets.
All items are prepared by hand in Morrisons Cafés and packaged in new cardboard takeaway boxes.
Customers can get a bacon or sausage sandwich plus a hot drink for just £1.95.
Afternoon tea for two will cost £10 – or £15 with the addition of Prosecco.
Source: Read Full Article