The world’s first sausage roll sidecar was unveiled today.
It comes in celebration of Greggs launching its very first delivery service on Just Eat, a leading online food delivery service.
The custom delivery bike is currently on tour covering over 400 miles in three days and will arrive in Glasgow this week.
For the very first time Greggs’ famous bakes, wraps and breakfast menu items can now be delivered directly to doorsteps across Glasgow.
Free sausage rolls and vegan sausage rolls will be on offer as it visits Glasgow’s Buchanan Street on July 5 from 11am-2pm to celebrate the launch of the service.
Greggs and sausage roll fans alike will be able to take a snap of themselves in the bespoke sidecar, complete with green screen.
The new partnership is currently live in nine shops in Glasgow, London and Newcastle, acting as delivery hubs to serve over 1 million households across the three cities.
To help hungry Greggs fans join in the celebration, Just Eat is offering free delivery on all orders with no minimum spend.
A team of designers took two weeks to create to customise the vehicle, which features a six-foot golden pastry-look sidecar in tribute to the iconic savoury treat.
The bespoke Triumph Bonneville was inspired by the push-bike that Greggs founder John Gregg used in the 1930s to deliver his baked goods.
Graham Corfield of Just Eat, said; “We’re delighted to welcome Greggs to Just Eat bringing customers even more of their favourite food brands at the tap of the app.
“Britain’s love affair with Greggs isn’t slowing down so what better way to celebrate than with a speedy Sausage Roll-inspired delivery bike!”
Hannah Squirrell, Customer Director at Greggs added; “We’re thrilled to be working with Just Eat to make it even easier for our customers to enjoy their breakfast and lunch menu favourites.
“From Bacon Rolls and Coffees to our range of Bakes, Sandwiches and Wraps, we’ll be able to go direct to the doorsteps of more than a million hungry households.”
Greggs is available to order on Just Eat in Glasgow, London and Newcastle from today.
Customers can check out whether delivery is available in their postcode here.
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