First we had the news that Greggs was rolling out a drive-thru plan , and now the baked-goods chain has revealed a project to roll out their delivery service to more locations in London.
The bakery started the service earlier this year, trialling the idea in two small areas in the City Of London.
The initiative went down a treat, with Londoners who worked within a 0.4 mile radius of Greggs in Cheapside and Eastcheap ordering their favourite snacks.
Now, Greggs has announced it will introduce the delivery service to other branches in the capital soon on a trial basis.
Foodies will be able to chose from cult classics like the sausage roll and steak bake, as well as a variety sandwiches, pasties, sweet treats and drinks.
The downside is customers have to spend £20 or more to qualify for delivery and place orders before 5pm to receive their baked foods the next day between 10am and 12pm.
And if that wasn't enough for Greggs fans, the bakery chain has announced plans to open drive-thru kiosks across the UK following a successful pilot in Manchester.
The bakery giant's food-on-the-go format proved popular, something which has already been adopted by Costa Coffee as well as traditional fast food companies such as McDonald's.
After the successful month-long trial, chief executive of Greggs, Roger Whiteside, said he did not understand why the company did not launch the service years ago.
“We opened our first 'Drive-Thru' shop at Irlam, Greater Manchester, in June and have been encouraged by its popularity, indicating a demand for further drive-thru locations," he said.
“We are very excited by it – it's got off to a flying start.
"It's been interesting and exciting to see how well customers have taken to it."
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