Lite Bite Foods awarded 30 F&B outlets at new terminal at Mumbai Airport

Food and beverages retail firm Lite Bite Foods (LBF) today said it had been awarded the food and beverage concessions at the new Terminal 2 at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) in Mumbai.

LBF has been awarded Package 1 -- made up of 21 outlets including the International Security Hold Area (SHA) Food court and the domestic SHA departure non-food court outlets -- and Package 3, comprising a total of 9 outlets pre-security and at arrivals outlets, taking the total number of Lite Bite Food outlets at the new terminal to 30, a press release from the company said.
Once complete, the new T2 will cover 439,000sq m and will be able to accommodate 40 million passengers per year, catering to both domestic and international passengers. 
Lite Bite Foods promises to offer travelers from Mumbai best-in-class services and a wide range of cuisines by bringing in their popular brands Punjab Grill, Zambar, Asia Seven, Fresc Co, Baker Street, Pino’s, Street Foods of India and Pollo Campero, the release said.
“This will make LBF one of the biggest players in F &B Travel Retail. This concession will double the size of our company both in sales turnover and the organization size," Mr. Amit Burman, Chairman, Lite Bite Foods, said.
Mr. Rohit Aggarwal, Executive Director, Lite Bite Foods, said: "All of us at LBF are very excited on winning this concession. MIAL has created a world class Terminal with T2 and we intend to do our part to live upto their vision & expectation by offering the highest culinary standards and an enhanced customer experience.”
LBF, promoted by Mr Amit Burman and Mr Rohit Aggarwal, currently operates over 60 outlets across India and overseas. They plan to add another 100 outlets in the next 3 years. The diversified group operates under its existing three verticals – Quick Service, Casual Dining and Fine Dining restaurant concepts.


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