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  • Greggs' gamble on healthy food is paying off
  • Greggs' gamble on healthy food is paying off
    Thomas Abbs (2010) ©
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Greggs' gamble on healthy food is paying off

If you think pasty lovers and salad fanatics cannot be catered to by the same retailer, think again. Since Greggs broadened its appeal beyond sausage rolls and jam doughnuts to include pasta salads, soups and other healthier alternatives, it’s since seen a rise in profits.

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