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Wetherspoon to sell takeaway tea and coffee

Wetherspoon pubs are set to serve takeaway coffee and tea
Wetherspoon pubs are set to serve takeaway coffee and tea

Leading pub chain Wetherspoon is expanding the beverage side of its business by selling takeaway teas and coffees.

The firm, which sells more than 50 million cups of coffee each year, announced it will serve takeaway hot drinks at its 950 pubs.

Chief executive John Hutson said: “Our coffee is extremely popular with customers.

“We sell around a million cups a week in our pubs across the UK, and believe customers will welcome the opportunity to enjoy a takeaway cup too, at 99p.”

The move will see the pub giant go head-to-head in a high street battle taking on the likes of Starbucks and Costa.


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