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By M&C Report team2005-09-19T09:15:00+01:00
Just Eat has added Costa Coffee, Starbucks, Chipotle, Leon and Tortilla to its UK delivery platform.
Motorway service operator Welcome Break has signed up to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Starbucks has reported a 40% fall in global sales as a result of the coronavirus, though average orders increased in value by 23%. “Since the beginning of the covid-19 outbreak in January, we have taken a principled approach to navigate the crisis,” said president and CEO Kevin Johnson. “Every step of the way, we have thoughtfully addressed the needs of Starbucks stakeholders and are particularly proud of the industry-leading investments we have made to support our partners while creating a safe, familiar and convenient experience for our customers.
Itsu has confirmed that it has signed a significant deal with international asset group Bridgepoint, which see it acquire “a meaningful minority stake” in the Asian-inspired food brand, enabling it to add a further 100 outlets to its estate over the next five years.
Maven Leisure, the premium bar group from the directors of ETM, has secured a £4.3m fundraise Growthdeck.
Bridgepoint is poised to take a significant stake in Itsu, in a deal which would value the business at £100m, Sky News has reported.
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