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Camile Thai expands to US, partners with Kitchen United

Camile Thai expands to US, partners with Kitchen United

International multi-platform Asian food business Camile Food Group and ghost kitchen industry leader Kitchen United, which operates multiconcept, off-premise-only kitchens, announced an agreement to launch Camile Thai in the United States with Kitchen United MIX. The delicious, healthy and purpose led Camile Thai arrives in Chicago as a delivery and takeout-only concept, licensing exclusively at Kitchen United MIX locations. The first Camile Thai U.S. location is Kitchen United’s newly opened Chicago Loop Kitchen Center at 205 W. Wacker Drive. The team will serve made to order, plant forward Thai dishes, with a sustainability-focused ethos. The Camile Thai and Kitchen United partnership will continue to grow throughout 2021, with new locations opening in Chicago River North, Pasadena and Austin.

Since opening its first restaurant in 2010, Camile Thai has expanded to 40 locations in the United Kingdom and Ireland and has quickly gained popularity as a tech-savvy leader in the food delivery space.

The company was an early adopter of a hot food at home delivery model and currently serves over 10,000 healthy meals every day to consumers across its network of franchised and company owned locations.

“Kitchen United is constantly evaluating new and innovative ways to support our restaurant partners and working with Camile Thai to present licensing opportunities to operators within our kitchen centers looking to establish a delivery-only business, or build a new segment of their existing portfolio is a perfect illustration of that,” said Atul Sood, Chief Business Officer of Kitchen United. “Based on our partnership with dozens of operators and Camile Thai’s proven experience, we are well-positioned to grow together here in the U.S.”

Camile Thai CEO, Brody Sweeney said: “We are excited to bring our concept to the U.S. and work closely with Kitchen United given its definitive leadership position in the industry, along with an impressive list of existing and prospective operator partners. Last year saw the most significant adoption of technology in our industry’s history with volume digital food ordering and delivery at its core, and Camile Thai has been a first-mover in Europe. Additionally, we offer operator partners a flexible franchise model to position them for sustained success.”

Kitchen United has plans to open more ghost kitchen locations this year, expanding to and in existing markets including Los Angeles, Austin and New York City.

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