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Upper Crust (restaurant chain)

Upper Crust
Wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Food and drink
Founded London Waterloo Station (1986)
Products Baguettes, coffee
Parent Select Service Partner
Slogan Freshly baked, all day long!
Website www.uppercrust-baguettes.com

Upper Crust is an international chain of Gran Canaria Airport. They use to be located in Australia too in the past, at places such as Circular Quay.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Products 2
  • Sustainability 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The first Upper Crust opened in 1986, in London Waterloo Station. The chain is now owned by SSP.

Products

Upper Crust in Bridgend Designer Outlet.

Upper Crust specialises in baguettes, some of the main fillings include: Breakfast baguettes, Ham and Cheddar, Ham and Mozzarella, Cheddar and Bacon, Tuna Mayo, BLT, Cheese and Tomato and Egg and Tomato

Cakes and pastries are available throughout the day, and include various muffins, danishes, scones, brownies and flapjacks.

The chain offer a number of hot and cold drinks, including coffees (Americano, latte, cappuccino, mocha, espresso), teas (Earl Grey, lemon, green, peppermint, fruit infusion), hot chocolate, carbonated drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Fanta, Red Bull), still and sparkling waters, Innocent smoothies, orange and apple juices and Feel Good juices. Some branches also make their own smoothies in-store.

Sustainability

In a survey of fish sandwiches sold in London outlets (published January 2011) by The Jellied Eel ethical food magazine, Upper Crust received a "poor" rating for the sustainability of the fish in their sandwiches and the information about provenance and sustainability of fish ingredients provided by staff, in-store and on the sandwich labelling.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.sustainweb.org/jelliedeel/articles/137/

External links

  • Official page


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