Starbucks Coffee to hit SA shores in 2016

The Starbucks Coffee Company has announced that its stores will open doors in South Africa in 2016.

This comes after the behemoth partnered with local franchiser Taste Holdings Ltd.

(Also read our article: Cape Town's Truth Coffee Roasting dubbed best coffee shop in the world)

The stores will bring its famous range of food and beverages including the much loved coffee sourced from nine African countries.

According to EWN reports, the company is set to have one its franchises in Johannesburg and has also assured coffee lovers that it will bring the same coffee served around the world, but will create “special reserves” for the location.

(Also read our article: Global doughnut company and coffeehouse chain Krispy Kreme to launch in SA)

Starbucks has nearly 22 000 locations worldwide and is focused on expanding to countries in other parts of the world.


This article first appeared on 702 : Starbucks Coffee to hit SA shores in 2016


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