Krispy Kreme Archives - Inside Retail Asia
Several major food chains in Luzon, Philippines, have decided to either temporarily suspend their operations or reduce operating hours after the area was put into “enhanced community quarantine”.
Chinese coffee chain Luckin wants to expand into India and the Middle East.
JAB Holding has pledged to pay US$11.3 million to charity after the family-owned company’s ties to the Nazi party were revealed.
Krispy Kreme Myanmar will open its first of 10 planned stores next month.
Changi Airport has added nine new local F&B operators, to make 140 dining options in all.
Pret A Manger’s global business, including Hong kong and Singapore, has been sold to JAB, a global investment firm.
Changi International Airport has broadened its range of retailers and restaurants, including new brands.
Chinese apparel manufacturer Fujian Septwolves Industry and conglomerate Fosun International are among bidders for the €600 million (US$717 million) Swiss luxury leather goods company Bally International. Non-binding offers coming in this week also included Japanese trading firm Itochu Corp. Bally parent JAB Holding, owned by the billionaire Reimann family, said in April it was reviewing options for the Swiss company to focus on its F&B business, which has acquired Keurig Green Mountain …
Fujian Septwolves Industry and Fosun International are among bidders for Bally International.
Starbucks Indonesia franchisee Map Boga Adiperkasa listing 1 per cent of its shares in an IPO today.
Au Bon Pain Thailand franchisee Mudman has obtained the rights to expand the bakery chain into Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.
King Food Group plans to expand in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.