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Autogrill strengthens at North American airports

New contracts and openings in Texas and Florida

Italian Autogrill announced on 10th of January  the winning of new contracts and new openings in North America in the airport channel through the subsidiary HMSHost. A new 10-year contract worth $ 186 million was awarded in Texas to complete the new food hall inside Dallas' Fort Worth International Airport. Once built, the new food hall will offer customers on the road an even richer and more diverse gastronomic experience. Trinity Groves, with a kitchen area on display, will present, on rotation, local flavors and a wide offer that ranges from the Souk Kabab House, The Hall Bar & Grill, LUCK (Local Urban Craft Kitchen) and Beto & Son Real Mexican concepts Food. Eatzi’s Market & Bakery is a European-inspired concept, with gourmet products displayed within a typical Italian market. There is also space for desserts, with the cakes of Cake Bar, the hand-painted chocolate of Kate Weiser Chocolates to which is added Counter Culture Coffee, a boutique roaster dedicated to the moment of the coffee break, produced from sustainable cultivation. 

This contract completes the presence of HMSHost Corp. in Dallas where it was already operating at Love Field and Fort Worth airports. New openings also in Florida, at Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood international airport, where HMSHost has inaugurated new restaurants including the well-known brand Shake Shack, thus enriching the food offer for traveling customers. 

The Autogrill Group, ownned by Schematrentaquattro Spa (Benetton Family) and listed on the Milan Stock Exchange, is present in 31 countries on 4 continents and manages over 4,000 points of sale in around 1,000 locations, including 147 airports.

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© EFA News - European Food Agency Srl
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