National bakery chain Greggs has reopened two stores in the county to let customers order their favourite baked goods online.Advertisement
Greggs, the UK’s leading food-on-the-go retailer, has reopened their St Georges store for Click and Collect, making it easier than ever for local Greggs fans to enjoy the return of their beloved bakes and rolls.
In just a few easy clicks, Preston residents will be able to get their hands on their Greggs favourites including sausage rolls, yumyums and a collection of sandwiches.
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All customers need to do is simply select the shop of choice and a time slot, choose their items from the reduced menu and pay online. Greggs will then send an email when the order is ready for collection.
Once customers arrive at the shop for collection, Greggs’ new operational measures will be implemented to help keep customers and colleagues safe in the store due to the coronavirus lockdown.
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These measures include only one adult permitted instore to collect an order (children can accompany parents) and the introduction of floor markings to ensure a safe social distance is maintained.
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A Greggs spokesperson said: “We’re thrilled to introduce our Click and Collect service in Lancashire and along with the other shops we’ve reopened across the country and our partnership with Just Eat, we’re pleased to help bring a little taste of normal back to our local communities.”
As well as Click and Collect shops, Greggs goodies can also be ordered on Just Eat, which is also taking deliveries from the store and will deliver to your door.
To place your Click and Collect order, visit their website or Just Eat.
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