UK: Pret managers allay consumer fears: we will not become McDonalds
The distinct modern style, "heart and soul" ethics and chemical-free ingredients of the Pret a Manger chain will not change, promised the current management yesterday (31 January), in a bid to reassure their consumer contingent that fastfood giant McDonalds will not be insisting on a McPret approach following its purchase of a 33% share in the company.
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