FRESH food and new jobs are on the way to Dalgety Bay as Greggs bakery opens its doors tomorrow (Friday).

The new shop, part of the £4 million Dalgety Bay Gateway, has brought 10 jobs to the area and will provide a "contemporary food-on-the-go experience" to its customers.

Helen Leslie, shop manager, said: “We can’t wait to open our doors and hear what the local community thinks. We hope customers enjoy the wide range of tasty items we have on offer.”

Greggs will be open from 6.30am to 5.30pm from Monday to Saturday, and 9am to 4pm on a Sunday.

The shop at Unit 1 Ridge Way will also provide seating for its customers.

Breakfast will be served until 11am, featuring traditional classics such as bacon rolls, fresh fruit and a full range of freshly-ground, Fairtrade coffee.

The Balanced Choice range includes a selection of sandwiches, pasta salads, soups, drinks, porridge and fruit – all for fewer than 400 calories.

Roisin Currie, retail and people director for Greggs, said: "We’re delighted to be able to invest in Dalgety Bay, bringing new jobs to the area and providing both new and existing customers with a modern and convenient new shop."

While 10 jobs have been created so far, remaining jobs are also being advertised online at:

Greggs will be joined on the four acres of land at Ridge Way, where the Fleming Building used to stand in Donibristle Industrial Estate, by a range of other shops and businesses.

A new Aldi store is to be built as well as a Domino's restaurant and takeaway, Screwfix Direct and a Vets4Pets business.

The Scarborough Muir Group, a major landowner at Rosyth Waterfront, outlined their vision for the £4m gateway development in May 2013. A planning application was submitted later that year and approved in 2015.