Greggs is the latest business to warn it's being hit by supply chain issues and staff shortages.

The British bakery chain made the announcement as it plans to open hundreds of new stores in the next year.

Last month, Greggs admitted "temporary interruptions" in the supply of some of their ingredients, while on Tuesday saying that it was expecting cost pressures to increase towards winter.

Chief executive Roger Whiteside said that supplies of its sausage rolls would stay, despite the recent pork industry crisis.

Greggs said: "Greggs has not been immune to the well-publicised pressures on staffing and supply chains and we have seen some disruption to the availability of labour and supply of ingredients and products in recent months.

"Food input inflation pressures are also increasing; whilst we have short-term protection as a result of our forward buying positions we expect costs to increase towards the end of 2021 and into 2022."

A spokesperson for Greggs, Winchester said they were currently down in stock due to "Brexit" and that they are currently low on chicken goujons, chicken bites and Mexican chicken sandwiches, but did not mention a lack of pork. Greggs, Winchester will also be working with Just Eat from Wednesday 6th to deliver their meals until more staff are employed.