already offers reusable coffee cups and flasks, so why not encourage customers to bring their own cutlery and offer reusable cutlery too?" Mark Ruskell of the Scottish Greens said: "The story of Pret
A Manger's brief attempt to cut plastic use is hugely revealing.
Greenpeace spokeswoman Fiona Nicholls said: "Businesses like Pret
should be getting rid of throwaway cutlery altogether.
But the 'password' won't be revealed until Thursday 15 August on Pret
's official social media channels (twitter.com/pret,www.facebook.com/pretamangerandwww.instagram.com/pret).
The completion of the Pret
deal is expected to be announced imminently, having been subject to scrutiny by the UK Competition & Markets Authority.
Mr Rainer's appointment, announced yesterday, comes three months after Pret
agreed to acquire Eat and said it would turn as many branches as possible into Veggie Pret
's Bruxelles-Midi Station shop is located opposite the Eurostar tunnel and will open its doors for the very first time on Friday 2nd of August in the central hall of the train station.
This comes at the end of an eventful period which saw Pret
sold to coffee giant JAB Holdings for PS1.5 billion in May last year.
But will a move towards focusing solely on plant-based diets alienate Pret
from the 73 per cent of the population whose diet is meatbased, or is this a savvy business move in line with current trends?
"We have been developing the Veggie Pret
concept for over two years and we now have four hugely successful shops across London and Manchester."
a Manger has agreed to buy fellow food and drink retailer Eat
Chief Executive Officer Clive Schlee said: "The purpose of this deal is to serve a growing demand of vegetarian and vegan customers who want delicious, high quality food and drink options.