The decision is following the deal with Roadchef
Pret A Manger, the sandwich and coffee chain, after striking a bargain with Roadchef has decided to open more stores at motorway service stations.
A large number of brands, for instance Marks & Spencer, Starbucks and Costa Coffee have been appealed by motorway service stations. As part of their expansion plans, Starbucks and Costa Coffee are actively targeting service stations for drive-thru sites as trading on the high street becomes tougher.
With one motorway service station shop, Pret believes that the deal with Roadchef, which owns 30 sites, would enable it to expand on this.
With its on-site kitchens preparing food daily and a pledge to identify charities to donate its unsold food to, Clive Schlee, chief executive of Pret, said the format would remain the same. Source: Telegraph PWKD09122017
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