Pans & Company, flagship brand of the Eat Out Group, has announced the remodelling of 11 restaurants in Spain. The latest establishments to incorporate the company’s new image are Paseo de Gracia and Rambla de Sant Josep in Barcelona, and Gran Via and Puerta del Sol in Madrid: 4 strategic locations which reopened their doors with a renovated and more current profile, adapted to the new times. In all, Pans & Company’s new image is present in establishments in: 6 in Barcelona (Can Drago Mall, Màgic Mall Badalona, Urquinaona, Portal de l'Angel, Paseo de Gracia and Rambla de Sant Josep), 4 in Madrid (Plaza de Callao, Street Postas, Gran Vía and Puerta del Sol) and 1 in Valencia, on calle Ruzafa.
With these new additions, the company has exceeded its expectations, which were to close the year with 10 renovated establishments in Spain, and has completed its plan two months ahead of schedule.
The new image of Pans & Company seeks to improve customers’ experience through a more comfortable, welcoming and warmer atmosphere. All have a separate area called Café Pans, where clients can enjoy the best coffee and fresh, hand-made pastries, produced daily in the restaurant. There is also a pizza slices section for consumption on or off the premises, in addition to the traditional sandwiches that make up the main menu of the brand.
In the words of Sergio Rivas, CEO of Eat Out, "in 2015 we made a strong commitment to refurbishing our most representative establishments, located in the major shopping areas of Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia, which means a lot of our customers will see the new design. A new image that is proving to be a real formula for success, with growth above 30% in those premises with the new Pans & Company design".
PANS & COMPANY
Pans & Company is the flagship brand of the EatOut Group. Created in 1991, the group leads the Spanish sandwich market and by 2014 had created a network of 192 restaurants –of which 132 are in our country– and sold over 20 million sandwiches a year. The chain is committed to a new dimension of quality in fast-food, based on the careful design of its restaurants, each of which has its own distinct personality, adapted to the most demanding consumer trends, and offering the highest quality in food, service, price and ambience.
Eat Out is one of the largest restaurant groups in Spain, with 11 brands of the calibre of Pans & Company, Ribs and Dehesa Santa Maria, and others such as ADK, FresCo, Pastafiore or Pollo Campero, besides being the country’s second largest Travel Food operator. The Eat Out Group owns over 400 restaurants that generated a turnover exceeding € 240 million in 2014, and served over 50 million customers throughout the year. A Group with over 25 years’ experience, that forms part of the Agrolimen multinational Holding.
For more information, visit the Eat Out Group website