Topaz rolls out €25 million Re.volution
Re.Store, a new Irish food, coffee, and convenience concept, has joined forces with Ireland’s leading fuel retailer to “revolutionise the forecourt and convenience experience”.
Topaz said the partnership will provide balanced. nutritious, and delicious food for people on the go, and provide “unprecedented choices in food and coffee”.
Identifying quality as their top priority, Topaz said it had identified a growing need among Irish customers for healthy options when on the move.
At the launch, Emmet O’Neill, CEO of Topaz said: “At Topaz, we are not interested in minor tweaks, we wanted to completely redefine our food and coffee offer in keeping with the changing habits and desires of our two million weekly customers.
“This will fundamentally alter the way that people think about service stations.”
The concept launched in over 26 Topaz company-owned sites, with the number set to swell to 150 branches before the end of 2015 with an investment of over €25 million by the company.
Mr O’Neill added: “With Re.Store we will now offer customers an unparalleled selection of healthy and wholesome food, combined with an unprecedented range of quality coffees.
“Irish sourced ingredients, an Irish concept delivered by an Irish company.”