Everyone loves a bit of Greggs now again, but it can be tricky deciding what to order.
Well, now you don't need to worry as the British bakery chain has consulted scientists to find out what food you should order based on your star sign.
Using the Greggs Rewards app, boffins have worked out what each star sign's go to order is.
According to the data, Aries should be ordering a breakfast sausage and bacon baguette, while if you're a Taurus, you should purchase yourself a sausage roll.
Meanwhile, Geminis should go for sausage, baked bean and cheese melt, while Cancers should opt for a caramel custard doughnut.
Steak bakes are the apparently best options for Leos, while Virgos should get themselves a tuna crunch baguette.
Pepperoni pizza is the top choice for Libras, while Scorpio's should choose a pain au chocolat.
Sagittarius ought to go for a triple chocolate muffin, while if you're a Capricorn, you should be ordering a chicken bake.
Aquarius are all about the vegan sausage roll, while yum yums are suitable for Pisces.
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The news comes after Greggs launched two new vegan options back in April – a Vegan Ham and Cheeze Baguette and a Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll.
A Greggs spokesperson told Metro at the time: “Over the coming weeks we’ll be trialling our delicious Vegan Ham and Cheeze Baguette and Vegan Sausage Breakfast Roll in a very small number of shops, with a wider launch planned for later in the year.”
The moves came after the stormy success of it's vegan sausage roll back in 2019.
People were queuing down the street at the time for the plant-based baked good and the vegan sausage roll contributed to a year-on-year sales increase of 13.5% for the bakery, according to the BBC.
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