The new store is located at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Mango Tree has launched its first grab and go concept in Asia.
Located at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, the new outlet was developed specifically for major transport hubs.
“We live in a health-conscious age and travellers are no longer satisfied with fatty fast food; they demand healthy dishes prepared using natural ingredients, even when they’re on the move. Combining high-quality cuisine and convenient beverages with speedy service, our new Mango Tree Grab & Go concept will meet the needs of our customers’ fast-paced modern lives,” Mango Tree’s Global Managing Director Trevor MacKenzie said.
The Grab & Go menu includes Gaeng Kiew Wan (green curry chicken with rice) and Phad Gapao (chicken or pork with basil and rice). Mango Tree claims that 30% of the menu are healthier options.
“Our strategy of developing Mango Tree Grab & Go outlets in high footfall areas like railway stations and airports will cater to a new wave of younger diners and commuters, who demand complete convenience without sacrificing quality,” Mackenzie added.
Following the launch of Mango Tree’s inaugural Grab & Go outlet in Thailand, the company also targets to operate 100 more outlets worldwide by 2025.
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