Its success follows strong growth during the 1st quarter of 2019 across the Crêpeaffaire business.
Crêpeaffaire's Luton Airport unit, done in partnership with TRG Concessions, is "exceeding expectations" in terms of sales.
The companies cite the brand’s new quick-serve format as the key to the strong performance of the unit, explaining that its separated service and production counters, along with product chute, make service speeds up to 50% faster to meet the needs of time-sensitive passengers.
“We’re delighted with our partnership with Crêpeaffaire and very pleased with the early performance of our first collaboration, delivering a range of freshly-made, customised and tasty crepes at speed to a growing number of guests,” TRG Concessions managing director Nick Ayerst said.
"Speed at peak times in an airport location such as Luton is imperative in order to achieve success. Entertainment for the taste buds can now be achieved at high speed at any place experiencing strong volume peaks,” Crêpeaffaire founder and CEO Daniel Spinath added.
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