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Abokado opens new store in Hammersmith as it eyes growth in the suburbs

11 December 2018 by
Abokado opens new store in Hammersmith as it eyes growth in the suburbs

Abokado has opened a new store in Hammersmith as it eyes future growth in the suburbs.

The west London store is the 24th for the healthy grab-and-go chain founded in 2004 by husband and wife team Mark and Lindsay Lilley.

The store will be the brand's second outside central London, joining a branch in the Isle of Dofs, and the first and the first to trade at weekends as the brand looks to attract new clientele.

The company's new store also features a new look, developed over the past year in tandem with London design agency Mystery.

Kara Alderin, Abokado operations director, said: "Our arrival in Hammersmith marks an exciting time for the business, stepping into a new territory outside of our Zone 1 heartland. We're delighted to be trading ahead of expectations, with a fresh brand feel and trading space designed for all day parts. It's been great to see such high levels of interest from day one, and we look forward to establishing a loyal brand following in the local community."

Earlier this year Abokado reported a 24% jump in profits for the year ending 31 March 2018.

Written by Helen Salter

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