Pret to gobble up EAT to expand 'Veggie Pret' brand

Madeleine Cuff
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Pret wants to 'turbo charge' its vegetarian concept | Credit: Pret A Manger
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Pret wants to 'turbo charge' its vegetarian concept | Credit: Pret A Manger

Sandwich chain plans to convert 'as many as possible' EAT stores into vegetarian Pret A Manger outlets

Pret A Manger has confirmed plans to buy rival café chain EAT, outlining a strategy to convert "as many as possible" of EAT's 94 UK branches into 'Veggie Prets'. The deal, which Pret A Manger said would...

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