It's popular throughout the country for its sausage rolls and steak bakes but Greggs is adding to its new healthy range after seeing a surge in sales.
As well as introducing new healthier snacks, like fruit and nuts, the bakery will also introduce gluten-free products.
Greggs, launched its Balanced Choice menu earlier this year and has seen a 6% rise in sales to £422 million so it's keen to build on it with its new range.
Greggs' current Balanced Choice menu includes teriyaki chicken noodle salad and falafel and hummus.
Chief executive Roger Whiteside said Greggs intends to ramp up its healthy eating options, with new soups and packets of nuts and fruit to be introduced in the autumn and gluten-free options added later this year.
He said: "There will be new soups and we're going to revamp our snack range, going own-label on crisps and introducing nuts and fruits packets.
"We'll also see the first gluten-free products launch in the second half of the year."
Earlier this year, Mr Whiteside revealed that he is considering branching out even further from traditional Greggs staples of sausage rolls and doughnuts into Mexican food, and one day potentially even sushi.
He added that the firm is 'alert' to any Brexit -induced change in consumer sentiment over the coming months.
"There's no sign of any impact yet, but if demand is affected we are alert and ready to react.
"In a downturn, customers will be looking for more value, meal deals and that sort of thing, so we will make sure we tailor the offer to meet conditions.
"We'll have to control costs too, but it won't affect our investment programme."