Fast food chain Tossed to open in the City of London

27 March 2013 by
Fast food chain Tossed to open in the City of London

Healthy fast-food operator Tossed is to open a new outlet in the City of London in May.

The new site, located in Houndsditch near Liverpool Street Station, will be a 16-seat outlet mainly focused on takeaways featuring a breakfast bar.

The new launch will bring Tossed's portfolio to 12 in London and the South East. The group plans to expand further this year, with another City location already earmarked.

Tossed founder Vincent McKevitt said: "We are very excited to be expanding in the City, following the successful openings at Leadenhall Street and Copthall Avenue. We aim to bring more healthy food to busy Londoners and make a difference to their diet without preaching too much."

A 2009 Acorn award winner, McKevitt researched the salad bar market in California and New York, before opening his first Tossed unit in Paddington in 2005.

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