SumoSalad expands presence in airports
SumoSalad is continuing its expansion into airports and other convenience-focused locations, opening a new outlet at Melbourne Airport.
SumoSalad has opened the new store as part of its strategy to move out of shopping centres.
Luke Baylis, Chief Executive Officer of SumoSalad, said SumoSalad is focused on meeting consumer demand for healthy foods by becoming more convenient.
“Our customers have been telling us that there are other, more suitable places for our stores, and the opening of the Virgin Terminal store is in line with our objective to grow our presence in transport hubs and in educational and entertainment precincts,” he said.
Within the coming months, Baylis said SumoSalad plans to open further stores at Caltex petrol sites, along with launching a pilot delivery service.
“We are working to fulfil our mission of making great tasting, nutritious food accessible, offering our time sensitive customers the option to eat healthy food,” Baylis said.
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