ANZ Hospitality LLC Signs A New 7-Unit Deal With Edible
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ANZ Hospitality LLC Signs A New 7-Unit Deal With Edible

ANZ Hospitality LLC Signs A New 7-Unit Deal With Edible

ANZ Hospitality LLC has signed a new development agreement with Edible to open seven locations in the Philadelphia market. Multi-brand operators Nilita Patel, Manisha Patel, and Jimmy Shah of ANZ Hospitality LLC, already operate other Edible locations in Indiana.

“We are very excited to expand our ownership with Edible. The brand has a constant desire to innovate, which we took notice of at our existing stores as the feedback we received from the community was always positive,” said Nilita Patel. “We were initially attracted to Edible for its strong business model and opportunity for growth. Now, after seeing the success of our other locations, our goal to grow alongside the beloved brand is coming true with an exciting development opportunity for our team. We’re very grateful to Edible for their continued support and cannot wait to strengthen the brand’s hold in the Philly market.”

ANZ Hospitality’s existing three Edible stores are in Blue Bell, Elkins Park, and South Bend, Indiana. ANZ Hospitality also operates a diverse group of other brands including Hoots Wings, California Tortilla, Marriott, IHG, Hilton, and others.

Published: September 1st, 2021

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