Today, Veggie Pret will launch its first delivery service in partnership with Deliveroo. Shops in London and Manchester will also re-open, after being closed throughout the Coronavirus pandemic.
All ten Veggie Pret shops will re-open for takeaway, with new safety and social distancing measures in place and a reduced menu of their vegan and vegetarian favourites. Seven of the ten shops, including the Manchester location, will offer deliveries for the first time by Deliveroo’s fleet of riders.
The re-opening of Veggie Pret means that bestsellers, such as the exclusive Vegan Classics range, including the Vegan Eggless Mayo & Cress baguette, the Vegan Chuna Mayo baguette and the VLT are available for delivery for the first time, as Deliveroo customers look for more vegan and vegetarian options.
Veggie Pret was born in 2016, after conversations with customers around how Pret could offer more delicious vegetarian options. Three new locations opened in early 2020, while the company made its biggest ever change to the menu. 19 new items were added, including vegan Poké Bowls and vegan Smoothie Bowls.
This week also sees the further re-opening of Pret shops around the country. On Monday 8 June, several shops situated in railway stations, such as King’s Cross, Manchester Piccadilly and
Leeds have opened for takeaway. From June 15th, several shops located in shopping centres around the country will begin to open.
More details on the re-openings of both Veggie Pret and Pret shops, including details of safety measures, can be found on Pret’s Twitter or Pret’s Instagram