Greggs stores across the UK have started reopening, but with new guidelines in place for staff and customer safety. Greggs will be capping the numb
Greggs stores across the UK have started reopening, but with new guidelines in place for staff and customer safety. Greggs will be capping the number of customers in store, meaning only one adult per household is allowed at one time, and shops will be open for takeaway only. Cash payments will not be accepted, and people will have to stay two-metres apart.
Greggs’ chief executive Roger Whiteside said: “Over the past month, we have carried out robust trials using our new operational and social distancing measures and they have progressed well.
“This has allowed us to move to our next re-opening phase with just over 800 of our shops welcoming customers back this week.
“The health and safety of our colleagues and customers is our priority and for this reason we have put in the time and effort to make a thorough assessment of all shops.
“Although we will open with a reduced range, this will be a significant step in us helping the nation get back up and running and serving the communities that we operate in.”
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Steak bakes and vegan steak bakes are also available, as are sausage, bean and cheese melts.
You can also get your hands on a variety of sweet treats, such as cookies, shortbread, doughnuts and yum yums.
A range of baguettes and oval bites are also still available in store, perfect for anyone returning to work and in need of lunch.
Cold and hot drinks, including coffee, tea and hot chocolate, are also still on the menu.