UK: Two more branches for Planet Organic
Planet Organic, the UK organic food retailer, is to open two branches in north London's Muswell Hill and Islington neighbourhoods.
The two branches will be situated on Muswell Hill and Essex Road, and will join the company's three existing outlets in Notting Hill, Fulham and central London.
The Muswell Hill branch is expected to open in May or June and the Essex Road outlet later in the summer.
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