Redberry acquires area Taco Bell stores

Mississauga’s Redberry Restaurants acquires three area Taco Bell locations as part of multi-year development agreement

Photo: Taco Bell unit at 1584 Dundas Street East

MISSISSAUGA-BASED REDBERRY Restaurants, one of the largest quick-service restaurant franchisees in Canada with 135 restaurants across four provinces, has announced a new multi-year development agreement with Taco Bell Canada acquire 14 Taco Bell locations across Ontario, including two in London (1584 Dundas Street East and 1145 Highbury Avenue) and one in St. Thomas (950 Talbot Street West).

The additional units are located in Brantford, Guelph, Hamilton, Kitchener, Mississauga and Toronto.

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“We are thrilled to be joining the Taco Bell family and expanding our portfolio of Redberry Restaurants across Canada,” says Ken Otto, CEO, Redberry Restaurants. “The entrepreneurial, ambitious spirit of the Redberry team aligns very well with the fun and youthful Taco Bell brand loved by all generations.”

According to Otto, Redberry also intends to develop 50 Taco Bell restaurants in Canada over the next few years supporting Taco Bell’s plans to expand its footprint across the country.

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“We are excited to welcome Redberry Restaurants into the growing Taco Bell family of franchisees, partners and team members to help bring an unmatched customer experience to our fans,” adds Matthew Shaw, general manager, Taco Bell Canada. “Redberry’s franchise and business expertise will be a great addition as we continue to grow the Taco Bell brand in Canada and get our favourite menu items into the hands of more Canadians.”

Founded in 2005, Redberry Restaurants owns and operates 135 Burger King and Pizza Hut restaurants across four provinces, including all Burger King units in London. Currently in an accelerated growth phase, it plans to open more than 100 new restaurants by 2024. Redberry acquires area Taco Bell stores taco bell Food & Beverage

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