Greggs makes 820 redundancies as new lockdowns hit business

Greggs Bucks

Food-to-go giant Greggs has made 820 redundancies across the business with boss Roger Whiteside warning the “battle with Covid hasn’t gone away”.

In a statement on Greggs’ employee information website last week, Whiteside confirmed that following a consultation period the business has made 820 redundancies and warned that the bakery chain “will not be profitable as a business” if sales continue at the rates they have been in lockdown.

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