Welcome Break has partnered with Too Good To Go, the surplus food app, to reduce food waste. Too Good To Go allows users to buy unsold food from restaurants, retailers and producers rather than letting it go to waste.
Welcome Break today announces major plans to reopen 72 Starbucks (Café and Drive Thru), KFC and / or Burger King units across its 26 motorway service areas by 4 June as the UK starts to return to work. 32 F&B
After some serious negotiations and a well-executed pilot, Welcome Break has signed a three-year contract to adopt the Fairbanks service. Helen Rounce, the forecourt operations manager for Welcome Break, had previously been using an alternative wetstock management provider, however, having sampled
Dunkin’ Brands ties with Welcome Break to add Baskin-Robbins shops and Dunkin’ Donuts products to motorway services
Dunkin’ Brands, the parent company of Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin’ Donuts, and Welcome Break, one of the largest independent motorway service operators in the UK, today announced a partnership to bring Baskin-Robbins shops and Dunkin’ Donuts products to select motorway service areas in the UK.
Welcome Break, the UK motorway service operator, reports it has revolutionised its entire in-store payments operations by implementing a bespoke Unified Payment Service from Vodat International. The system is reported to have improved speed of service to customers and streamlined
Waitrose’s sales increased by 9.8% to £4.97bn in the year ending 29 January 2011 with a like-for-like increase of 4% in food. Operating profit increased by 3% to £274.9m. Waitrose said it had attracted on average around 300,000 new weekly