Tony Roma’s: “Nuestro plan es duplicar el número de restaurantes en España de aquí a cinco años”

by BroadStreetAdmin | Published 02/05/2018 | The Restaurant Business, World News

Tony Roma’s: “Nuestro plan es duplicar el número de restaurantes en España de aquí a cinco años” Todo comenzó en 1994 en la madrileña calle Génova: el primer restaurante Tony Roma’s aterrizaba en España y, como recuerda el director general de la compañía en el país, “su éxito fue abrumador”. La cadena de restauración de […]

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Broad Street Licensing Brokers New International Licensing Deal for Tony Roma’s Expanding Program to Europe

by Broad Street | Published 12/07/2016 | Consumer Package Goods (CPG), Licensing News, The Restaurant Business, World News

ORLANDO, FL — November 29, 2016– Romacorp, Inc., parent company of Tony Roma’s, announced the company’s newest licensing deal with Irish company RibWorld, Europe’s leading supplier of sous-vide award winning ribs and market leader in a range of pork, beef, chicken and lamb products. RibWorld is owned by the M&M Walshe Group, a 3rd generation […]

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Broad Street Licensing Brokers Landmark International Licensing Deal for Tony Roma’s

by Broad Street | Published 12/06/2016 | Consumer Package Goods (CPG), Licensing News, The Restaurant Business, World News

First new licensing deal in nearly 10 years brings Tony Roma’s World-Famous Ribs to retail in Australia and New Zealand, expanding brand’s retail reach & growing global licensing program ORLANDO, Fla. – November 10, 2016 – Romacorp, Inc., parent company of Tony Roma’s, announces the company’s first new licensing deal since 2007, and the first […]

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Lidl Giving UK Grocers Indigestion

by Broad Street | Published 08/04/2015 | Alcoholic Beverages, Grocery Stores, World News

The German retailer Lidl is kicking some major butt among legacy UK grocers like Tesco, Sainsbury, Morrisons and Walmart-owned Asda. It and fellow German-owned Aldi have already forced British retailers to slash prices as part of a bruising price war. Several recent blind taste test competitions have had both retailers besting much higher-priced offerings, reinforcing […]

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