Bakery chain Greggs came under fire after one of their publicity photographs for their new advent calendars showed one of their sausage rolls in a manger instead of baby Jesus.
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Spanish Chain Zara Forced to Apologise for Children’s ‘Holocaust Shirt’ The Spanish retail giant was forced to withdraw the offending item from the website and multiple stores following a barrage of complaints
Greggs Bakery Considers Selling Sushi Greggs' chief executive said the bakery has not ruled out selling sushi.
Greggs bakery launches advent calendar for Christmas Greggs' advent calendar contains tokens behind each window and a £5 gift card for Christmas Eve. The vouchers can be exchanged in store for a different festive treat every day.
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Greggs opens another store in Glasgow- here is where it is A POPULAR baker is opening a new shop in the city creating 25 jobs in the process.
Greggs is opening a new store - and there'll be 10 new jobs They need 10 people to work at their new shop in Kirklees
New Greggs targeted by thieves ... for a third time
Just what is so enticing for the burglars?
Greggs sausage rolls have gone up in price And people are outraged.
Plans unveiled for new Greggs store in Huddersfield Greggs is looking to move onto Huddersfield retail park
Greggs puts an all day breakfast in a WRAP on its new menu Thai chicken soup and toffee apple doughnuts among other items launched in high-street bakery chain
Here's how to book your candlelit Valentine's dinner at GREGGS
Britain's most popular bakery is offering a four-course dinner with booze... and pasties
Students hold secret rave in GREGGS Student Nikki Gardner, 21, asked Greggs if they would host a party for her and her friends when they returned to university in Birmingham following the summer break.
Enlarging from a home bakery to a commercial bakery
I am presently a dessert baker in my licensed home kitchen and am moving to a retail storefront location with a commercial dessert bakery. My proprietary recipes for cheesecakes, layer cakes, brownies,...
“Bakeshop” vs. “bake shop” vs. “bakery” vs. “bakery shop” vs. “bakehouse” for a baker's shop, and “bakeries” for “baked goods” in AmE
Are all four terms in current use in AmE today to refer to a bakery's shop where bread and other baked stuff like cakes and pastries are sold?
As far as I know, "bakeshop", "bakehouse", and "bakery" ...
Is there a South African equivalent to Greggs?
Apologies for the random question! It came up in office conversation.Greggs is a low cost Bakery chain in UK. My colleague was concerned that, should he visit South Africa, he would not be able to find the vital sustenance he gets from his daily Greggs, or a local equivalent - i.e., to make it more pertinent to travel, how alike are South African and British culinary habits?
“If I were you, I'd apologise to my/your mum”
I'm stuck with this example which I don't know how to solve:
A: I've said bad things to my mum.
B: If I were you, I'd apologise to your mum.
Is it supposed to be your or my instead?
My feeling ...
You can apologise *for* something, but can you apologise *that* something?
An interesting discussion came up in the chat following a sentence I suggested in another question where I said something along the lines of "I apologise that I have a prior commitment." or "I ...
I apologise in advance for this –
A man has 17 cigarettes. He gives half of the cigarettes to his oldest son.
He gives one third of the cigarettes to his middle son.
He gives one ninth of the cigarettes to his youngest son.