Greggs new evening menu includes a meal deal with chicken goujons, wedges and a drink for £4

  The Sun 

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GREGGS is rolling out a new evening menu and meal deal to over 500 locations across the UK this month. Available from “Hot to Go” counters, the dinner time selection includes southern fried chicken goujons and spicy BBQ chicken bites. There’s also an evening meal deal from 4pm until close where hungry customers can get […]
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