Top 10 Australian and British QSR concepts not found in Asia
Soul Origin is an Australian-owned Franchisor and one of the fastest growing quick service restaurant in the country, with 79 stores across NSW, ACT, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia. Offering a range of convenient and accessible products including wraps, sandwiches, salads, olive oil paninis, seasonal soups, fruit salads, along with world class coffee, Soul Origin makes it easy and appealing for people to eat a balanced and nutritious meal on the go.
Red Rooster offers roast chicken from a 100% Aussie owned and operated brand. The chicken is served with no artificial colours or flavours, no added hormone and no added MSG.
Burger Project was inspired by the core philosophies and uncompromising ethic that have driven the Rockpool Dining Group for the past three decades. The brand controls its in-house wastage production by using packaging made from natural or recycled materials. 100% of its packaging is compostable.
Photo credit: Burger Project's Facebook Group
Gelato Messina prides itself with its raw and most natural ingredients which are devoid of colourings, flavourings, preservatives and pastes. Its dairy flavours have low fat content because they use less cream, and its sorbets are completely fat free, dairy free and full of fruit.
Photo credit: Gelato Messina's Facebook Page
Guzman y Gomez
Guzman y Gomez serves made-to-order Mexican food using fresh, whole produce and authentic ingredients. Guzman y Gomez operates more than 80 taquerias and drive-thrus in Australia, Singapore and Japan. While they have stores in Japan and Singapore, they are ripe for further expansion through Asia.
MOD is pioneering a fast-casual concept with its artisan-style pizzas and individually-sized salads. MOD is a company that is claimed by its owners to be "more about the people than the pizza" and to focus on paying living wages and providing employees with opportunities to give back to the community.
Photo credit: Asheville JCC
Patisserie Valerie first opened in Frith Street in London's Soho in 1926 by Belgian born Madam Valerie. The café prides itself with its unique decor left over from the 1950's epitomised by the Toulouse-Lautrec style cartoons by Terron.
Naturally fast food, LEON's menu is inspired by the flavours, variety and natural healthiness of Mediterranean cooking. There are currently over 45 stores, with plans to open many more across the world.
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Pret A Manger
Pret A Manger opened in London in 1986. Pret’s sandwiches, salads and wraps are handmade fresh in-shop each day using natural, ethically sourced ingredients. The food doesn’t have a ‘sell-by’ date and the brand offers unsold food to charity at the end of the day. Pret currently has over 450 shops, the majority in the UK.
Founded in 1998 on Cornhill in London, Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars is London’s original juice, smoothie and healthy fast food retailer. Now with 30 stores across London, Crussh continues to be a constant innovator and leader in healthy eating and is known for its green juices, smoothies and signature healthpots.
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