Global healthy fast food chain, Freshii, has announced it will open six more Irish restaurants by Christmas this year.
The locations include Dame Street, The Point Village, Sandyford and Smithfield.
Two additional outlets are currently at the planning, and their locations will be released at a later date.
The announcement was made by Freshii’s founder and CEO Matthew Corrin who was in Ireland to speak at Ireland’s Convenience Retailer Summit at The Clayton, Burlington Road on Wednesday 6 September.
The six store openings will create 60 fulltime and part time jobs.
It’s been a busy week for Freshii, the company opened its second M1 outlet at Applegreen’s Motorway Services on the M1 southbound at Lusk on Tuesday.
Matthew Corrin, said: “I’m delighted that Freshii has grown so quickly in Ireland. By Christmas we will have close to 20 Freshii outlets across the country – which is a significant achievement by our Irish Master Franchise owners Dave O’Donoghue and Cormac Manning in just over two years.”
Dave O’Donoghue, CEO of Freshii Ireland added: “Freshii’s core mission is to help people live healthier and better lives by making nutritious food convenient and affordable. We have unique and widespread offering for anyone focused on health and wellness.
“Our extensive menu means anyone can come to Freshii and find something tasty, healthy and energising.”
Freshii offers a healthy, customisable menu using high-quality fresh ingredients. The diverse menu includes breakfast, tossed salads, hot bowls, burritos, healthy wraps, soups, fresh pressed juices, smoothies and frozen yogurt.