Pizza Hut Delivery expands to petrol stations with EG Group franchise deal 

The partnership will see EG Group franchise eight new trial stores, creating about 90 jobs.

Pizza Hut Delivery announced a new franchising deal with EG Group, which will see the latter operate eight new stores in petrol forecourt stations across the UK by the end of 2021.
The expansion is expected to create about 90 jobs, with the first EG Group-operated store due to open in the Hartlepool area in the coming weeks.  
As a franchisee, EG Group will retain Pizza Hut’s branding and menu whilst providing a new option for customers to order on the go.

The move is part of Pizza Hut’s masterplan, announced a year ago, to open 125 new locations over a three-year period – creating around 2,000 additional jobs.
“EG Group has a wealth of experience in forecourt retail, in operating food service and their expertise as a global leader in this specific type of retail makes them the ideal partner to lead us into this new market,” said Neil Manhas, general manager at Pizza Hut Delivery in the UK.

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The brand previously revealed it will open ten sites this year.
The burger is available until 31 January in Absurd Bird sites.
The company operates 18 restaurants in the UK.
This will be the fifth London site for the Australian chef.
She joined Papa John’s in 2015 as senior director for digital marketing and most recently served as senior vice president for customer experience.
274 million orders were processed in the fourth quarter of last year.
This effectively ends a takeover bid from the Issa brothers' EG Group.
The company will invest over £9.2 million to raise hourly rates amidst sector-wide labour shortages.
Founded in 2017, it already has a presence in ten countries, including the US, UK and Australia.
The move is expected to create 1,000 jobs and 4,000 over the next three years.
Deliveroo, meanwhile, reported a 117% surge in plant-based ordering across the UK since Veganuary 2021.
It also has plans to grow in Edinburgh in the next few years.
Sales in December 2021 ran at approximately 63% of 2019 levels.