Quick service Mexican franchise, Zambrero has opened its 150th restaurant in Australia.

The 150th restaurant is located in the town of Nowra – the first Zambrero restaurant in the south coast region of NSW.

The franchise plans to open a further 40+ restaurant this year, giving strength to the business’ Plate 4 Plate initiative, which sees one meal donated to someone in need for every burrito or bowl sold. 

Founder Dr Sam Prince aims to donate 1 billion meals by 2025. 

“I started Zambrero back in 2005 at the age of 21 whilst studying medicine in Canberra as I really wanted to establish a successful business that helped people in need at the same time. Plate 4 Plate is the heart of our business model. It’s exciting to see that over 12 years later we are now opening our 150th restaurant in Nowra and that drive to make the world a better place is still at our core,” said Prince.

“None of this could have been achieved without our loyal customer base, passionate team, strong brand culture and great network of franchisee partnerships. It is incredibly humbling to see how far we’ve come and reflect on the contributions we’ve made to ending world hunger. We’re committed to being a force for good, well into the future.”  


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