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Pret in talks to buy Eat sandwich chain as part of expansion plans

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Company poised to acquire majority of 94 stores for use in its vegetarian divisionPret a Manger is in talks to buy rival sandwich chain Eat as part of plans to expand its specialist vegetarian operation.The London-based coffee shop firm is understood to be in line to buy the majority of Eat’s 94 stores to step up expansion of its Veggie Pret format. Continue reading...

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