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New Exki opens in Central Station in Amsterdam

New Exki opens in Central Station in Amsterdam

Belgian healthy fast food chain Exki has opened its second Dutch store in the renovated Central Station of Amsterdam. The formula aims to bring healthy food, mainly based on fresh and biological, seasonal vegetables: one of its ideas is to have a seasonal vegetable become vegetable of the month.

Considering the environment

The self-service formula considers a responsible product range, the environment, sustainability, health and work to be very important. Exki is focused on higher educated, environmentally aware consumers that want to take products away with them or eat them at the local restaurant.


Exki launched in 2001 in Brussels and currently has 76 stores in six countries: Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, France, the Netherlands and the United States, where it has had a restaurant in New York for about a year. The chain's first Dutch restaurant opened in The Hague.

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