French sandwich firm targets London

Pomme de Pain:
The sandwich chain prepares for UK expansion
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French sandwich chain Pomme De Pain is set to expand into the UK in London later this month.

British Baker’s sister publication M&C Report, published the news that the café could have secured a site in London’s West End.

The company is owned by Neuhauser Group, and operates in 120 sites in France.

Pomme De Pain claims to be a high-quality French fast food chain, whose strategy is to freshly prepare sandwiches to order and combine it with a unique ‘Parisien’ taste. 

The company is advertising in online job sites for an assistant manager at a London branch.

The Soufflet Group acquired a majority stake in the Neuhauser Group earlier this year.

Meanwhile, Pomme de Pain was previously owned by Elior, which developed its presence across a number of transport hubs, before it was acquired by the Neuhauser Group in 2012.

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