Greggs is to eliminate in excess of 800 positions in view of a business droop due to the Covid pandemic.
CEO Roger Whiteside said the Newcastle-based chain would not be “beneficial” if move was not made.
In an assertion, he said he was “disheartened” that cuts were fundamental however “the fight with Covid was heightening further”.
In September, the pastry shop business said it was in chats with staff to slice hours to attempt to limit work misfortunes.
Mr Whiteside stated: “Coronavirus exchanging conditions have constrained this activity on to our business and we are all disheartened by the require to leave around 820 companions and associates, huge numbers of whom have worked with us for a long time.
“At lockdown levels of deals, even after the entirety of the moderating move that we have made, Greggs won’t be beneficial as a business and there can be no space for smugness.”