Pret a Manger is set to open stores in Tesco outlets as part of its post-pandemic future.
Boss Pano Christou told the Times that his company was attracting “all sorts of different customers” through its subscription, adding that the Tesco launch marked further efforts to offset the decline in commuter business.
“Instead of Pret following the skyscrapers, for us it’s about bringing Pret to the people,” he said.
“This could be an opportunity for us to do that, dependent on how the test goes.”
Its first concession will open in June at the Tesco superstore in Kensington with another three to follow this summer