Credo believes its philosophy can succeed

The Dublin-based takeaway has set its sights on the coeliac market, by investing in gluten-free produce, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

15th January, 2011

The fast food sector is one of the more profitable industries in an economic downturn.

In that industry, pizza - generally considered an inexpensive takeaway option and universally enjoyed by young and old - typically doesn’t have the same unhealthy stigma as burgers, chips or buckets of battered chicken.

Then again, there’s nothing typical about Credo, which opened on Montague Street in Dublin last summer and is the first Irish pizza takeaway to...

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