Take home meal kit supplier Leapingsalmon has applied for licences to sell alcohol at its railway station kiosks as expansion gathers pace.
The company sells bags of ingredients which busy customers put together to create restaurant quality meals at home ­ at a cost of around £15 for a meal for two. Peter Louie, Leapingsalmon marketing manager, said if alcohol licence applications were approved by magistrates, the company would start to offer wines selected to complement menus, and beers when components for curries were on sale.
Leapingsalmon already delivers alcoholic drinks with meals for orders placed on its home shopping site.
Louie added that sites for new Leapingsalmon kiosks have been identified, mainly in London but some outside the M25 belt.
It already has kiosks in four London stations.
, Canary Wharf, Paddington, Broadgate Circus and Victoria.

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