Friday 15 December 2017


Pret A Manger to open in Cheltenham

Popular sandwich chain, Pret A Manger, is planning to open in Cheltenham, with the business currently looking to recruit team members for its new Gloucestershire venture.

Plans are in the pipeline for sandwich outlet Pret A Manger to open its first Gloucestershire outpost, with the business looking to recruit team members to be part of the exciting new opening in Cheltenham.

While Pret is still scouting for suitable locations in Cheltenham, they are currently advertising for passionate staff who are interested in joining the team once the perfect site has been found for its Gloucestershire home.

The British chain, which is known for its organic coffee and natural food that spans sandwiches, salads, baguettes, wraps, soups, juices and more, opened its first shop in 1986 and now has over 350 Prets across the world.

Pret focuses on serving tasty yet healthy on-the-go food and an array of sweet treats, which can be enjoy at breakfast, lunch or to help you through that afternoon slump.

The business is also committed to helping others, with the Pret Charity Run giving away unsold food at the end of day instead of throwing it out. The scheme has distributed over three million food items to hostels and shelters across the UK over the past year.

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