Following the success of its launch, more Freshly Chopped offers across Maxol sites in Ireland are to be rolled out
One of Ireland’s leading family owned forecourt and convenience retailers, Maxol, has decided to open Freshly Chopped, the rapidly growing healthy fast food franchise across more of its service stations in Northern Ireland, in the wake of its successful launch. Plans to roll out further Freshly Chopped franchises at other locations in its network over the next 12 months are also underway.
Brian Donaldson, Chief Executive, Maxol said: "We’re delighted to be introducing more Freshly Chopped offers across Maxol sites in Ireland. We want our customers to have plenty of choice and that is exactly what Freshly Chopped offers, right down to the type of lettuce leaves used in the salads. Along with our own Moreish deli we are working hard to provide our customers with even greater choice to meet their ever-demanding lifestyles in a modern and welcoming environment."
“We set up Freshly Chopped in 2012 and these new outlets will bring us up to 30 outlets across the island of Ireland. Freshly Chopped’s growth to become Ireland’s leading healthy fast food outlet is evidence that Ireland’s healthy eating revolution is still going strong and positioned for even more growth,” says Brian Lee, co-founder and managing director of Freshly Chopped. “We have big plans for Ireland and this partnership with Maxol is the first step on the journey. We have a number of other outlets planned and we are also on the lookout for more franchisees to join us on this journey.” PWKD08082017
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