Topaz introduces new Re.Store concept

Luke Fitzgerald and Vogue Williams present Re.Store, a dynamic new Irish food, coffee and convenience conceptLuke Fitzgerald and Vogue Williams present Re.Store, a dynamic new Irish food, coffee and convenience concept 
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24 April 2015 | 0

Re.Store, a new Irish food, coffee and convenience concept has joined forces with Ireland’s leading fuel retailer, Topaz, to provide a new in-store experience.

The concept has launched in over 26 Topaz company-owned sites so far with this number set to swell to 150 branches before the end of 2015 and an investment of over €25 million by the company.

Providing a balanced and nutritious range of fresh, healthy and tasty food for people on-the-go, Re.Store is delivering greater choices in food and coffee at  service stations throughout the country. At Re.Store, the company says the finest beans and superior blends combine with the care and attention of skilled baristas to ensure every cup is made to perfection.

Topaz identified a growing need amongst Irish customers for a fresh, healthy option when on the move. It believes Re.Store meets and exceeds this need, with handcrafted coffees and great-tasting food packed with healthy goodness. The company added that the Re.Store brand delivers “a completely new and innovative approach to forecourt convenience retailing and will revolutionise the standards, quality and the overall customer experience of forecourt dining”.

At the launch, Emmet O’Neill, CEO of Topaz, said: “At Topaz, we are not interested in minor tweaks, we wanted to completely redefine our food and coffee offer that was in keeping with the changing habits and desires of our 2 million weekly customers. This will fundamentally alter the way that people think about service stations.”

O’Neill also stressed the fact that Re.Store uses Irish sourced ingredients and is “an Irish concept delivered by an Irish company”.

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Posted on April 28, 2015, in #ireland, #retail. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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