UK: Greggs reports rise in recent like-for-like sales
The UK's leading high-street baker Greggs has said its like-for-like sales increased by 2.0% over the last ten weeks. Greggs' group managing director Mike Darrington said profits for the last ten weeks were also ahead of the comparable period last year. The company, which operates more than 1,200 retail outlets throughout the UK, said total sales for the 18 weeks to 18 October were up 6.3%, while like-for-like sales rose 1.7%.
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