Taiwan’s 85°C Bakery Café to expand presence in Southeast Asia

The first store will open in Cambodia’s capital

Taiwan News
Date: 2019/05/29
By: Huang Tzu-ti,Taiwan News, Staff Writer


TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s 85°C Bakery Café intends to make inroads into the Southeast Asian market, with the first flagship store slated to open in Phnom Penh, in June.

85°C Bakery Café, or 85 Café, was established in 2003 by Taiwan’s Gourmet Master Co., which has a presence in Taiwan, China, and the U.S. with over 1,000 outlets, reported Central News Agency. Its business in Cambodia will be operated by Branding King.

The first café will open on Preah Monivong Boulevard in Phnom Penh, a main thoroughfare of the city. The flagship store is touted by the company as the largest café in the Southeast Asian country to offer coffee, beverages, and pastry products, said the report.

As of March 2019, Gourmet Master has created a global food and beverage kingdom boasting 1,139 outlets, including 605 in China, 450 in Taiwan, 57 in the U.S., 17 in Australia, and 10 in Hong Kong.    [FULL  STORY]

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