The German company that makes grain-free snacks for the likes of Starbucks, Dannon and McDonald’s is set to open a small European branch of its new flagship store in London’s West End.
The first store will open in June, with a second one expected to open later this year.
The announcement came as German supermarket chain Geissler announced plans to open its first European branch in London in 2017.
Geisslers will have about 15,000 square metres of space in the West End’s trendy King Street.
“This project is an expression of our desire to bring the same quality of food and drink to our customers, which is very important in a market where people are very picky,” Geissellers marketing manager Stefan Böhlmann said.
He added that the company was in talks with several local retailers about expanding its presence in London.
Geissler has been in business since the 1980s, when it first opened its first store in the capital.
The company, whose brands include the popular Goss-Lit and Goss, has also opened several locations in the United States, Canada, South Africa, Turkey and South Korea.
At least one of the new Geisser stores will be a flagship store for the company, and will open on the West Bank.