GREGGS is launching a nationwide delivery service with Just Eat, following the success of its vegan steak bake and sausage roll.

The bakery giant today announced it's picked Just Eat as its exclusive delivery partner after also trialling rivals Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

The news comes as Greggs last week said it plans to roll out nationwide delivery but didn't share which firm it'd partner up with.

The bakery chain's treats first became available to Just Eat customers in July last year, when it rolled out a trial in London, Newcastle and Glasgow.

But the service has this week launched in Bristol and Birmingham too, and will be available to Greggs fans in Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and Nottingham later this spring.

Just Eat said it plans to complete the nationwide roll-out by the end of this year, but hasn't yet clarified any specific dates.

List of Greggs stores already available on Just Eat

GREGGS shops in Birmingham and Bristol rolled out on the Just Eat app this week.


  • St Mary’s Place
  • Gosforth High Street
  • Byker
  • Grainger Street


  • Victoria Road
  • George Street
  • Dumbarton Road


  • Whitechapel
  • East Ham
  • Elephant & Castle
  • The Strand
  • Victoria Coach Station


  • Highgate
  • Warstone
  • New Street
  • Harborne


  • Bedminster
  • Broadmead

The order of the roll-out will be determined by customer demand, and fans can vote for their cities on Just Eat's website.

The two food chains said they'll review roll-out plans every few months and prioritise cities with the highest level of demand.

You can check if your local Greggs is available for delivery by putting in your postcode here.

Orders can be placed on the Just Eat delivery app from as early as 7am, with no minimum spend required.

Just Eat currently charges £1.50 to deliver the treats to your home, although the fee will vary.

Greggs has 2,050 shops across the UK. You can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.

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In good news for Greggs workers, it was also revealed last week that its employees are to get a share of a £7million bonus following bumper sales.

The bakery chain has also hinted that it'll be working on more plant-based products – with a vegan chicken bake being potentially the next new menu addition.

Greggs fans were queuing into the early hours when the vegan steak bake finally launched a couple of weeks ago.

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