Humpit Hummus on its way to Huddersfield
The vegan food franchise, Humpit, will open its doors at a promising Queen Street location.
This month, Humpit is showing that itís staying local to its humble Yorkshire roots. The 100 percent vegan restaurant has announced that it will be opening a new outlet opposite the University of Huddersfield.
Humpit will be excited to capitalise on student demand by delivering fresh cuisine that is entirely free of meat and dairy products. The announcement follows Humpitís previous expansion into the Edinburgh University Students Association and Newcastle University Union locations.
With hummus having developed a cult following amongst students up and down the country in recent years, this new investment looks to be primed for success.
The Huddersfield Humpit branch is the first franchise venture made by the brand since it was founded by a father and son duo back in 2014. A local family have seized the opportunity to join a brand that is on the lips of young people throughout the north of England.
After visiting the Middle East several times, father and son duo Simon and Jonathan were determined to bring the regionís distinctive flavours back the UK: ďWe kept going to these great little hummus and falafel and pita bars and thought there was a gap in the market for it back home."
But Humpit has no plans of stopping here. The restaurant franchise is keen to expand to new areas of the country by teaming up with aspirational entrepreneurs who want to make a break in the food industry.
With its 100 percent plant-based food menu, Humpit is a unique brand that is holding nothing back in its attempt to promote sustainable eating in the UK. If youíre interested in joining a food franchise with an ethical outlook, then you can find out more information about this opportunity here on Point Franchise.
James Muddimer , Point Franchise ©