Pod to open three more London sites

03 October 2012 by
Pod to open three more London sites

Healthy fast casual restaurant chain Pod will reach 26 sites shortly as it gears up to open in three more central London locations.

The company, founded by entrepreneur Tim Hall, will see new stores open in Victoria, Canary Wharf and Paddington.

The brand has undergone rapid expansion since it was founded in 2005, particularly since 2011, when it secured £3.5m in funding from investors. In May last year, the business had just nine sites.

The company aims to have 50 sites by 2015.

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