Pret A Manger Announces Launch Of Third Veggie Pret Shop

Following the success of its previous two shops, UK giant Pret will be opening a third Veggie Pret
The launch date and location are yet to be announced (Photo: Pret A Manger Facebook)

UK high street chain Pret A Manger has announced that it will be launching a third Veggie Pret later this year.

Breaking the news in a Facebook post today, the coffee shop giant revealed it will be opening the doors of yet another vegetarian and vegan only eatery.

The announcement read: "We’re excited to announce that Veggie Pret is growing as we type. Shop no.3 will open its doors later this year… Watch this space!"

Veggie Pret

Pret initially launched its first Veggie Pret in September 2016 as a pop-up trial store, but turned into a permanent location following its success.

The British coffee chain added a second location of its Veggie Pret earlier this year.

The location and date launch of the third veggie shop is currently unknown.

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