Jamaica Blue continues expansion
Coffee chain Jamaica Blue has opened three new coffee shops as many weeks as it continues to expand across the country.
The latest cafes to open in Toowoomba, Beeliar and Secret Harbour come amid the company’s plans to grow the network of 130 cafe across Australia and seven in New Zealand.
“We are proud to support and develop our franchise partners and our consistent growth is a testament to their hard work and passion,” said Drew Eide, Jamaica Blue brand manager.
“Everyone from our franchise partners to their staff members can benefit from nationally recognised training programs and qualifications. This allows us to offer the best experience to each and every customer who visits Jamaica Blue.”
Eide said since the company opened its first cafe in 1992, they have sought highly talented baristas to serve outstanding coffee across the country.
“We founded our business on two beliefs, sourcing the very best coffee and using only fresh, locally sourced ingredients. From our signature blend to our celebrated single origin coffee, we are focused on producing the best quality possible,” he said.
This year marks 25 years of business for the chain. The company said its franchise partners have the freedom to develop cafes with their own personalities and menu selection depending on local tastes and seasonal produce.
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