Crussh to open outlet in Debenhams Oxford Street store

07 July 2017 by
Crussh to open outlet in Debenhams Oxford Street store

Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars is set to open a cafe in the Debenhams Oxford Street flagship store later this summer.

The 90-cover café will offer a selection of healthy deli items, salads and juices and will be located on the second floor of the store.

The department store already offers third party food brands in stores, including Costa Coffee, Patisserie Valerie, Franco Manca and the Real Greek, however Crussh will offer a seated restaurant offer.

Shane Kavanagh, chief executive of Crussh, said: "Creating our 90-cover café in this store gives us the opportunity to take our brand into new avenues and extend our core offering outside of food-to-go. The range will include all our signature Crussh products like freshly pressed green juices, turmeric lattes and spelt sourdough toasties and will sit alongside a deli counter offering including turmeric chicken, vegetable frittatas, fresh salads and a new gluten-free cake range."

Director of trading for home, furniture, gifts and food, Steve Lightfoot, added: "As part of the Debenhams redesigned strategy we are looking to further enhance our food offering to customers. Through teaming with Crussh we are able to offer a contemporary third party brand which is highly credible with an inviting menu of healthy foods to give the customer further reason for dwell time in our flagship store."

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