Pret plans to move into Ireland with 20 locations in mind


British sandwich chain Pret A Manger plans to expand into Ireland with 20 stores planned in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

The expansion follows an agreement with franchise partner Carebrook Partnership, owned by Nenagh-born Gerard Loughran, who runs Pret franchises in London including Camden, Belsize Park and Finchley, along with minority co-owner Ray McNamara, who over 25 years experience in the sector in Ireland including ownership of Ann’s Bakery in Dublin.

It plans to open 20 Pret stores over the next ten years and create about 500 jobs.

The first of these is due to open on Dublin’s Dawson Street this summer and will create 25 jobs in the city.

Pret Managing Director Pano Christou said: “It has long been our plan to open a store in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and we are delighted that we can finally make it happen.

“Our neighbors on the island of Ireland have long had a demand to offer Pret’s freshly prepared food and organic coffee and now with the support of Carebrook Partnership we are able to do so. We look forward to making this partnership a success. ” Pret plans to move into Ireland with 20 locations in mind

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