Ireland’s leading fuel and convenience retailer, Topaz, has launched its newest Re.Store retail offering in Ballincollig, Co Cork, marking the 100th store opening for Ireland’s most dynamic convenience concept. Cork County footballer and local man Daniel Goulding was guest of honour at the official opening in advance of his upcoming game against Monaghan.
Since its launch in April 2015, the Re.Store concept has truly transformed the landscape of service stations across the country. Offering unprecedented choices in food and coffee to people on the move, Re.Store has brewed 4 million cups of coffee and served over a million sandwiches and wraps to motorists throughout Ireland. At Re.Store coffee is a passion taken very seriously. At sites like Ballincollig expertly-trained baristas hand craft the finest aromatic blends of coffee from freshly ground beans every day to serve the perfect cup of coffee. Customers can relax and recharge with their hot brews and favourite pastry of choice in store where there is complementary Wi-Fi and seating.
Sean Moriarty, Topaz’s Retail Director, was delighted to celebrate the occasion with the local team in Ballincollig: “Almost one year ago, we announced our ambition to revolutionise the forecourt experience and completely redefine our Food & Coffee offer in keeping with the changing dietary habits and needs of our customers. Following an investment of €25 million, today we offer an unparalleled selection of healthy and wholesome food using Irish sourced ingredients combined with an exceptional range of quality coffees across 100 forecourts in Ireland, with plans to continue the rollout over 2016.”