Drive thru takes it away

Good for business or a distracting nuisance for existing shopping centre tenants?

11th November, 2018
People queue outside Krispy Kreme at 6.30am at the official opening of the store in the Blanchardstown CentreLeon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Shopping centre owners may have to reconsider their strategies of using food and beverage tenants to extend dwell times as one of their key weapons to protect against online shopping trends.

With an increasing number of consumers opting for Food on the Go, consuming their drinks and food either on the hoof, in their cars or at home this intensifies competition for dining out operators.

Last week, a new report forecast that Food to Go...

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