The 30-strong “fit food” operator will bring its green smoothies and protein pots to high-volume sites such as universities, hospitals and workplaces starting this summer.
It will adapt its format to each location, ranging from a traditional café to food trucks and pop-ups.
“This is a really significant partnership for us and provides an incredible opportunity to bring our brand of healthy food and juice to a new audience in locations where we think we can make a real difference,” says Shane Kavanagh, CEO of Crussh.
The announcement comes a month after Crussh entered in to a franchise partnership with food travel specialist SSP to move in to railway and airport sites in the UK and Europe over the next few years.
Crussh launched in London in 1998 and claims to be the capital’s first juice, smoothie and “healthy fast food” operator.