Muffin Break opens 200th store

Muffin BreakBakery-cafe franchise, Muffin Break, has opened its 200th store in Australia, located at the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park, Sydney.

Muffin Break launched in 1989 in Queensland and boasts of being the first systematic franchise network to pioneer freshly-baked products on-site and to offer national quality espresso coffee. Over the following decade Muffin Breaks have been launched worldwide, and today there are more than 280 stores across Australia, New Zealand, India and United Kingdom.

Muffin Break is owned by Food Co, which also operates the Jamaica Blue chain and Dreamy Donuts.

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