Fit food and juice company Crussh has signed a franchise partnership with contract caterer Sodexo to introduce the brand to its retail outlets.
The deal will see more than 35 Crussh sites open in sites in universities, hospitals, workpaces and at major events across the UK and Ireland in the next five years.
Dan Corlett, Sodexo service operations head of food platform, said: "We're delighted to partner with Crussh and bring this innovative and healthy brand to our clients and customers, and complement our sustainability strategy Better Tomorrow 2025.
"Crussh will be taking a creative approach to the requirements of each location, so customers could see food trucks and pop ups as well as traditional café formats."
Shane Kavanagh, chief executive of Crussh, said: "This is a really significant partnership for us, [it] provides an incredible opportunity to bring our brand of healthy food to a new audience in locations where we think we can make a real difference.
"Our goal at Crussh is to improve the wellbeing of our people and our customers, and since we began this process we have felt a great alignment with Sodexo's aim to promote quality of life services. We have been working on this for some time, and we can't wait to get the first site opened."
Crussh has 30 sites across the capital and last month announced a franchise partnership with travel location specialists SSP to move the concept into transport hubs across the UK and Europe.