Freshly cooked Asda pizzas and Greggs are now available on Just Eat

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  • Have you ever wanted to order Asda pizza and Greggs sausage rolls from the comfort of your sofa? Thanks to Just Eat, you can.

    The popular delivery service already allows customers to order from a range of popular restaurants, but they’ve just added the supermarket and bakery to their list – and both options are perfect for when you’re on a budget.

    Currently deliveries are limited, with Greggs available in London, Glasgow and Newcastle, and Asda in Leeds. But if demand is high, hopefully both companies will agree to launch it nationwide.

    A statement from Asda reads: ‘We are really excited to be trialling this new service in our store in Killingbeck, along with plans to roll out to three more stores later this month. We know our customers love Asda pizzas and now they can have them delivered to their doorstep.’

    The supermarket is offering 16” pizzas for just £6, with toppings including pepperoni, Hawaiian, and margherita if you prefer keeping it classic. The pizzas are cooked in-store and delivered to your door.

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    Credit: Asda

    As for Greggs, their whole menu is available to order, and there’s no minimum spend. So if you want your lunchtime sausage roll delivered to you, Greggs have got you covered.

    Greggs’ customer director Hannah Squirrell said: ‘We’re thrilled to be working with Just Eat to make it even easier for our customers to enjoy their breakfast and lunch menu favourites.

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    Credit: Greggs

    ‘From bacon rolls and coffees to our range of bakes, sandwiches and wraps, we’ll be able to go direct to the doorsteps of more than a million hungry households..

    If you’re in any of the trial areas, we’d love to know your experiences ordering from Asda or Greggs. Is it worth it? Let us know your thoughts via our Facebook page.