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Pret sales hit by rail strikes

Pret’s transactions in London train stations, which had been back to normal, dropped to 78% of pre-Covid levels as a result of train strikes

Pret A Manger’s sales in London’s financial and shopping district have fallen “sharply”, as coffee, soup and sandwich sales in the City and Canary Wharf were at 62% of pre-Covid-19 levels through Thursday (23 June), according to the latest figures tracked by Bloomberg’s Pret Index.

This is reportedly the lowest level since April and down from the prior week, when sales hit 88% of pre-pandemic levels, as workers and shoppers stayed home to avoid rail strikes and subsequent transport disruption.

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