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Freshly Chopped opens 30th store in Liffey Valley

Written by Robert McHugh, on 19th Sep 2017. Posted in Ireland

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It was announced today that Freshly Chopped, the healthy food company, has today opened its 30th Freshly Chopped outlet in Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.

The company owned store will create 15 jobs and follows newly opened Freshly Chopped outlets in Galway, Cork, Castlebar and the first Northern Irish Freshly Chopped in Tannaghmore, Co. Antrim. It is the third Freshly Chopped outlet in South West Dublin to be announced in 2017 after the opening of Freshly Chopped Fonthill and Lucan in recent months.

The new outlet will feature Freshly Chopped’s new store design and menu. The new menu features nine new salads including Ham Hock, Super Food Chicken, Hot Oak Smoked Salmon and Lebanese Falafel. There are also new ingredients, including Power Grains, Guindilla Peppers and Mozzarella Balls and new dressings, including Rebel Chilli and Oriental.

Speaking today, Co-founder and Managing Director of Freshly Chopped, Brian Lee said, "We’re delighted to be opening our new Freshly Chopped in Liffey Valley as our presence expands in West Dublin. When we launched our franchise rollout in January 2016 marque shopping centres were one of the key places we wanted to be and Liffey Valley was a prime target. "

He added. "We are thrilled that we have met this major milestone on our journey. It is clear that more and more Irish consumers want affordable healthy food options and our new store will be the ideal place to take the weight off your feet while shopping."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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