Profit from this bargain baker
As Saltnam Sangera points out in the Times, Greggs isn't just the place to pick up a good value lunch. Its shares are looking 'preposterously cheap' as well.
Pop into Pret a Manger for your lunch and you can easily spend the best part of £10 on a sandwich and a few extras. But as Saltnam Sangera points out in the Times, head for Greggs (LSE:GRG) instead and you can walk out with a sandwich, bottle of water and a bag of Walkers crisps for just £1.99. That, he notes is "preposterously cheap".
Greggs does well because in a recession it "has the wherewithal to sell proper crisps instead of posh hand baked parsnip varieties". Plus he notes "there is something fantastically blokeish about the brand name Greggs".