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21 Feb 9:39am

New breed of local food halls offers grub and a hub

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Be it at an old Poundland shop or an ex-cutlery foundry, community food halls are taking to the high streets – and a new report expects many more Food halls were springing up in town and city centres before the pandemic but now smaller community versions, with an extra dimension such as a cinema screen or co-working space, could be arriving on a high street near you. There is potential for up to 120 of these community food halls across the UK, a new report has found, as big shifts in consumer spending and attitudes caused by the coronavirus pandemic – including a newfound appreciation of local community – prompt investors to consider piling in.
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