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08.08.2019, 12:21

Gather & Gather Opens ‘Primarket Café’ in Glasgow

Catering, EMEA, Retail, Service Provider News

Gather & Gather, Mitie’s specialist catering business, has opened an in-store café for fast fashion retailer Primark at the Braehead Shopping Centre in Glasgow.

 

The Primarket Café offers shoppers a range of speciality coffees, frappes, iced teas and soft drinks, and hot and cold snacks – including pitta pizzas, toasties, breakfast baps, waffles, vegan traybakes, gluten free brownies and rainbow cake.

 

Sustainability is also at the core of the new Primarket Café, with no plastic straws and only compostable coffee cups in use at the site. Similarly, customers will be enjoying Gather & Gather’s own specialty blend of coffee, Camino, which uses only sustainably sourced beans.

 

This is the second café Gather & Gather has opened in a Primark store, following the launch of the Central Perk Café at Primark Manchester in June. This builds on the long-standing relationship between the companies, with Gather & Gather having managed catering at Primark’s offices in Reading and Dublin for the past four years.

 

Announcing the opening, Allister Richards, Gather & Gather managing director, said:

"Following the recent launch of the Central Perk Café at Primark Manchester, it’s a pleasure to once again be collaborating on a new café for Primark customers to enjoy. We’re proud that Primark share our passion for sustainability and we look forward to expanding our partnership."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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