SSP Provides Manchester Airport with New Food Court

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Food travel expert SSP has introduced a new food court, The Food Quarter, at Manchester Airport in the UK.

A selection of street food pop-up offerings is on offer, including ice-cream van Ginger’s Comfort Emporium, run by Claire Kelsey (pictured).  Aimed at ‘grown-ups’, flavours include marmalade on toast.

The pop-up street food offer aims to vary according to the season, and is being devised in partnership with food journalist Richard Johnson.

The Food Quarter also features one of SSP’s newest concepts, Mi Casa Burritos, offering Mexican street food such as burritos and nachos.  All are prepared freshly at the counter and served in travel-friendly packaging.  Since the first Mi Casa Burritos outlet opened at London’s Victoria rail station in February 2012, sales are now increasing at a rate of more than 20% year on year.

Popular brands Upper Crust and The Pasty Shop have also opened at the airport.

Olly Swayne, Business Development Director (Airports), SSP UK & Ireland, commented:  “SSP has been working with the team at Manchester Airport for some 20 years and we are delighted that this strong partnership and close collaboration in continuing.  Over the two decades that we’ve operated at Manchester Airport, the ‘eating out’ market has changed dramatically and passengers’ tastes and needs have evolved.  We are very proud to be providing new food and drink offers that provide them with examples of current food trends and favours from the North West.”


(Image:  SSP)

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