- Chopped coming to Terminal 1
- Providing 15 new jobs and fresh food to those in Dublin Airport
- Ireland’s ‘Best Emerging Franchise’ at the Irish Franchise Awards last April
- Dublin-born franchise started in 2012 by Brian Lee and Andy Chen
Chopped, an Irish company specializing in fast food with a healthy twist, is opening an outlet in Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport. They offer a range of salads, wraps, and sandwiches, with your choice as to whether your ‘Vegan Body Builder’ comes in a wrap or bowl (insert your own risque jokes here), as well as juices, smoothies, and tea and coffee. Prices range from 4.50 to 7 euro for their standard sandwiches and salads. Sandwich fillings for your custom sandwich could include prawns, mussels, salmon, duck, brown rice, quinoa, orange segments, and baby kale. All at once, if that’s what you’re into. And they cater for a variety of dietary requirements, given that you have the option to customize, with calorie counts laid out clearly on the menu.
Vincent Harrison, Dublin Airport Managing Director, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Chopped to Dublin Airport. It offers passengers a fantastic range of healthy and freshly prepared food options in a matter of minutes. We’re continually working to improve the passenger experience in Terminal 1 and the new Chopped outlet is a great addition to The Loop’s award-winning retail area in T1”