Bakery chain Greggs is continuing to expand its menu, after streamlining it post-lockdown due to coronavirus constraints.
Greggs reopened 800 shops in June with a reduced menu, after closing its shops in March due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Now it has returned four more items to its menu. Belgian buns and jammy heart biscuits are back, while additional savoury options are the southern fried chicken baguette and ham and chicken baguette.
Stotties are now back on Greggs’ menus in North East England stores.
Greggs has also confirmed that its favourite Festive Bake is making a seasonal comeback from November 6.
The Greggs menu now includes breakfast items such as Bacon and Omelette, Porridge and All Butter Croissant, with a range of sandwiches and savouries on sale, as well as sweet treats and drinks.
Separately, Greggs re-opened its Bramley depot in Leeds on September 2, after being forced to close the site last week due to an outbreak of coronavirus.
A spokesperson confirmed that the site was back up and running following a deep clean.
The distribution depot was closed last week, when “less than 20” of the 150 staff tested positive for Covid-19.