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By M&C Report team2012-02-19T16:38:00+00:00
High street salad chain Chop’d has invested £110k in digital developments ahead of the reopening of its sites next Monday (12 April).
Food to go operator Chop’d has been acquired by London-based retail group Inc Retail, for an undisclosed sum, in a deal which includes all 13 of its sites.
D&D has revealed details of 17 restaurants it will reopen on the 4 July, on the basis the government lifts the existing restrictions as it currently plans to. The restaurants, based in London, Manchester and Leeds, will commence a phased programme of reopening across the full D&D estate, which totals 43. The rest of its UK restaurants, plus its venues in New York and Paris, will reopen through August and September.
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