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Pret

An obsolete Polish unit of area approximately equivalent to 0.01995 hectares.
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Pret has said degradable cutlery will be introduced in all its UK shops by the end of the year.
Pret said: "Following customer feedback, we have decided to move the plastic cutlery back to the shop floor."
Made from vegan dark chocolate, almond butter and a little sea salt, this rich and indulgent cookie has become a Pret bestseller that regularly gets shout outs from fans on social media.
"Helped by the fantastic team from the ground up, we were able to turn around the business, evidenced by our last financial year where we saw a significant improvement in our trading performance, sparking Pret's interest.
SNCB is delighted with the arrival of Pret at Brussels-Midi and Brussels-Central stations as the brand complements its portfolio of delicious, high quality food concepts.
Last month it announced the acquisition of fellow lunch chain EAT in a deal that will see the sites converted into Veggie Pret branches, as demand grows for non-meat alternative foods.
A third of Eat's customer base work in London (32 per cent) which will also work to Pret's advantage.
The Evening Standard reported last week Pret's talks to buy Eat were at an advanced stage.
They will include food that can be eaten "any time of the day" to accommodate snacking, and Pret is also introducing its own gluten-free bread following strong demand from customers.
The firm also revealed that about 130,000 Pret customers a week are now using reusable cups to get a 50p discount.
I am standing behind the counter in Pret a Manger, on just my fourth undercover shift inside the scandal-hit chain.