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Natural Kitchen chain falls into administration

Having explored options via a CVA in September, central London deli and cafe concept, Natural Kitchen has fallen into administration.

The award-winning all-day eatery chain, which is headed up by Justin Green, has nine sites across the capital, which mainly catered to those working in the city.

On 4 July, when restaurants were allowed to reopen after lockdown, Natital Kitchen took the decision to remain closed.

The company stated at the time, 'The reasons for this decision are the challenging social distancing restrictions and the continuing advice to you, our customers, to work from home whenever possible.

'Therefore, without the majority of our customers back in the city, Natural Kitchen cannot trade successfully and opening too early could jeopardise the whole business.

'After such a long and enforced lockdown and, so far, surviving this crisis, we believe it foolhardy to reopen just yet with the persisting uncertainty.'