Restaurant giant Compass on track to expand pre-pandemic growth By Reuters

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(Reuters) – Compass Group (LON:), the world’s largest restaurant company, said on Thursday its first-quarter revenue reached 97% of pre-pandemic levels, largely boosted by new business and strong customer loyalty. the clientele.

The UK company, which serves office workers, students, elderly people in care homes and the armed forces and event attendees in 45 countries, reported organic revenue growth of 38.6% .

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