Delaware North signs Friska franchise deal

10 March 2017 by
Delaware North signs Friska franchise deal

Delaware North has signed a franchise deal with fresh fast-food chain Friska to operate a restaurant in London Luton Airport.

The partnership will see the opening of the an 85 cover Friska restaurant in the airport's departures lounge in June.

It will be the ninth Friska site, the majority of which are in Bristol.

Dishes at the restaurants, which focus on breakfast and lunch, include the likes of chicken and chorizo gumbo hot box, crispy pork pho and a selection of salads.
Friska co-founder Ed Brown said: "We're really excited to collaborate with Delaware North on what will hopefully be the first of many deals in transport hubs. They are world-leading and we are confident that they are the right partner for Friska's next phase of expansion."

Simon Harrington, business development and marketing director at Delaware North added: "We have loved the Friska offer since we first met Ed & Griff and we are extremely excited about opening the London Luton airport store, hopefully the first of many in UK airports."

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