Greggs 2 Sausage & Bean Melts (308g) was £1.60 now £1.00 @ Iceland
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Greggs 2 Sausage & Bean Melts (308g) was £1.60 now £1.00 @ Iceland

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Bloody hell they’re tasty, so wrong but so right
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Bloody hell they’re tasty, so wrong but so right

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Also 50% extra free on the sausage and bean slices at Cwmbran Iceland

What a %&#£%& melt.

Yuck

Wow Greggs at Iceland?! you live and learn on here!

spannerzone22 m ago

Wow Greggs at Iceland?! you live and learn on here!


Yep they also have a branded pizza express section (not just pizza but pasta and deserts too)

At this price, its enough to make your heart burn

Hot melts for me, we love em, cheers OP

Remember the days when greggs were known as a cheap place to eat, going there now is like going to a bistro restaraunt. I paid £1.70 for a scankypizza slice (eating in), so this is like the king of all deals!

There's actually 3 inside each pack

Don't knock it until you've tried it. I got bored of my steak bakes and tried one of these a few weeks ago. So tasty.

(Don't listen to me though, I often think a bucket of fried chicken from KFC is the food of the gods)

I must be the only person in England that looks at Gregg's and feels sick. Now I'm not a health freak but to make it worse by freezing. Ewww.
Cold.

FunkiestMonkey2 h, 2 m ago

I must be the only person in England that looks at Gregg's and feels sick. …I must be the only person in England that looks at Gregg's and feels sick. Now I'm not a health freak but to make it worse by freezing. Ewww.Cold.


It's exactly the same frozen ones they cook/bake in each Gregg's shop and sell, that you get in the boxes at Iceland.
Now if only they did Gregg's Bridies in Iceland I'd be a very happy man!

Tryingtohelp25 h, 46 m ago

It's exactly the same frozen ones they cook/bake in each Gregg's shop and …It's exactly the same frozen ones they cook/bake in each Gregg's shop and sell, that you get in the boxes at Iceland.Now if only they did Gregg's Bridies in Iceland I'd be a very happy man!


Good for Gregg's fans. Happened to be in Newcastle under Lyme Saturday and saw an old fashioned baker. It just felt nicer than Gregg's. Maybe I'm old.

FunkiestMonkey1 h, 0 m ago

Good for Gregg's fans. Happened to be in Newcastle under Lyme Saturday and …Good for Gregg's fans. Happened to be in Newcastle under Lyme Saturday and saw an old fashioned baker. It just felt nicer than Gregg's. Maybe I'm old.



Until you’ve been to a backstreet bakery in Poland, you haven’t lived. Amazing choice and ridiculously cheap.

bigbak2 h, 9 m ago

Until you’ve been to a backstreet bakery in Poland, you haven’t lived. Ama …Until you’ve been to a backstreet bakery in Poland, you haven’t lived. Amazing choice and ridiculously cheap.


Don't think I would survive in the backstreets of Poland but if ever I go, I will remember that. Thanks.

FunkiestMonkey16 h, 43 m ago

I must be the only person in England that looks at Gregg's and feels sick. …I must be the only person in England that looks at Gregg's and feels sick. Now I'm not a health freak but to make it worse by freezing. Ewww.Cold.

All stuff in bakeries in fast food stores arrives frozen. It then gets cooked. Jokingly called in the trade as 'tanning'

For a health freak you don't research much.​

here, I can't confirm or deny that this is what I think of people that buy such items from iceland.


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Edited by: "eset12345" 19th Oct

They just can't keep up with demand in my local!

Everytime I go in there, the freezer is empty.
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