A casual Canadian chain has announced some big plans for 2019.
Paramount Fine Foods, a Middle Eastern concept founded by Mr. Mohamad Fakih in Mississauga, Ontario, in 2007, will be making some money moves in the new year both at home and abroad.
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The concept, known for its authentic and affordable Lebanese eats (which are 100% Halal, by the way), now has over 65 locations around the globe including Canada, the US, Lebanon, Pakistan, and the UK.
As the fastest growing Middle Eastern Restaurant chain in North America, Paramount now has its sights set on 16 more locations for 2019, which would bring the brand’s operating stores to 80 worldwide.
Paramount also announced plans to grow at home, the company has signed a master franchise agreement for Quebec and will be “expanding rapidly” in the province.
Canadian can expect expansion in Alberta, BC, and more specifically the city of Ottawa as well.
This year will also mean something new for the chain’s stomping grounds, Paramount will be launching a new business concept in the Greater Toronto Area by the end of 2019.
Paramount currently operates one location in Vancouver, one in Quebec, three in Edmonton, and over 30 across Ontario.