Australia's Pie Face to open in NZ in April

Wed, 12 Sep 2012

By Hannah Lynch Sept 12 (BusinessDesk) - Pie Face, the Sydney-based fast food bakery chain, has signed a memorandum of understanding with South Island Subway owners, Jared Palmer and Julian Field to roll out at least 62 stores in New Zealand over the 10 years. The gourmet savory and sweet pie maker, which currently operates 76 sites in Australia and opened its first of eight Manhattan store last month, will open an Auckland store in April. Palmer and Field paid an undisclosed up-front fee to Pie Face and will pay a share of royalties, tradin...

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