Maxol announces new food franchises at €6 million Maxol M3 Mulhuddart Services  

Brian Donaldson, incoming CEO of The Maxol Group; Brian Lee, MD Chopped; Bobby Kerr, chairman of Insomnia Coffee Company; Alex Banahan, Mace and Jarlath Connolly, operations manager of Supermacs

Company’s largest station to date will house Chopped, Insomnia and Supermacs concepts alongside Maxol's own Moreish café



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5 April 2016

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Maxol has announced the addition of a number of Irish food franchises at its new Maxol M3 Mulhuddart Services in North West Dublin, scheduled to open its doors tomorrow.

Maxol M3 Mulhuddart Services welcomes healthy food company Chopped to its first ever forecourt experience, and an exclusive for Maxol. The company also sees the unveiling of its first Insomnia café at the brand new site. Leading Irish brand Supermacs will also feature as part of the extensive food offering as well as the company’s own fresh food brand Moreish Fresh Food at Maxol.

Maxol has joined with experienced forecourt food retailers, Donal and Liam Fitzpatrick of Junction 14, who will operate the new Maxol M3 Mulhuddart Services.

Describing the latest opening as a “milestone for Maxol”, Brian Donaldson, Maxol’s Group general manager and incoming CEO said the Mulhuddart site “ will really showcase the best of Ireland’s home grown talent and food service brands”. eal.

He added that the addition of Chopped, Insomnia and Supermacs to the Maxol family alongside its own Moreish café, “just means more choice for customers who choose to take some time out but we’re also retaining the important convenience basket shop offer under our symbol partners Mace”.

The opening of Maxol M3 Mulhuddart Services follows a €6 million investment on a 2.5 acre site. The new development will also  offer a fully equipped truck stop and parking for 80+ vehicles.



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