Freshly Chopped To Open 10 New Outlets Before Christmas
Healthy food restaurant chain Freshly Chopped has announced it will generate 150 new jobs between Ireland, Britain and Cyprus with the opening of 10 new outlets before Christmas 2018.
According to The Irish Times, the new outlets will include the company's 50th branch, which will be located at the University of Ulster, as well as new stores in Tralee, Tullamore, Drogheda, Limerick, Belfast, Manchester and Cyprus.
Commenting on the company's expansion plans, Freshly Chopped chief executive Brian lee said, "Our mission has always been to bring healthy fast food to as many people as possible and we’re proud of our continued momentum. There is a vast demand in the British market for healthy fast food and we have been inundated with requests to open in Britain over the last six years, both from Irish people living abroad and British people who have seen what we have been offering in Ireland."
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