Greggs has opened its doors to most of its branches in Scotland as the company moves on to the next phase of its reopening program.
The main street restaurant announced last month that it would reopen only 70 Scottish outlets after a successful health and safety test in north east England.
The heads of the company now say they are happy enough with the progress made in these branches to start the ovens in multiple stores across Scotland today.
Greggs is continuing its gradual approach to return to full operations, so some Scottish branches may still be closed.
The move means more people will be able to visit their local branch to get their hands on their favorite messes for the first time in more than three months.
Greggs fans will still be able to order big names like sausage rolls and steaks as part of its limited menu.
All the shops that reopen from today are still only takeaway, with all areas with seats and toilets for customers that remain closed.
Hungry customers were asked to pay by card, without contact or with Greggs rewards to reduce contacts.
The company has also adopted the two-meter rule on social distancing in all sectors – more information on the rules is available here.
A Greggs spokesman said: “After the successful reopening of 800 stores in the UK in mid-June, we have now moved on to the next phase. To date, most of our owned real estate stores will be reopened nationwide offering a takeaway-only service. “
The opening information of the Scottish Greggs branches can be found in the official shop.