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Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia owner enters administration with loss of 1,900 jobs

Independent Thursday, 2 July 2020
More than 1,900 jobs are set to be cut as Casual Dining Group, which owns Cafe Rouge and Bella Italia, said it would close 91 of its restaurants after calling in administrators.
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The owner of High Street restaurant chains Café Rouge and Bella Italia has gone into administration. Footage from Cheltenham this afternoon (July 3) shows the empty restaurants have no sign of re-opening. 91 outlets will close immediately, and 1,900 of the firm's 6,000 staff will lose their...

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