Jamaica’n me hungry!

jamaica-blue2Jamaica Blue will see a surge of cafe openings this June and July, with the launch of six new local cafes to bring the brand’s global count to almost 160 outlets across seven markets, including Australia.

This month, Jamaica Blue will open cafes in Richmond, Erina, and Moore Park in NSW; Mt Ommaney and Toowong in Queensland; and Karrinyup in Western Australia.

Additionally, Jamaica Blue will soon launch two new stores in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), as well as further openings scheduled across the brand’s global network.

Australian-owned and operated by The Foodco Group since its inception in 1992, Jamaica Blue currently trades through more than 100 Australian cafes, six cafes across New Zealand, more than 20 cafes in China, ten in the UAE and a growing presence in Singapore, Malaysia and the United Kingdom.

Jamaica Blue national brand Mmnager, Drew Eide, cites Foodco’s strategic and focused approach to expansion as a key factor of Jamaica Blue’s ongoing global success.

“With a constantly evolving retail operations and marketing strategy to ensure Jamaica Blue remains relevant in each of the markets in which we operate, the fact that we thoroughly research and understand a market before we enter it is paramount to the ongoing global success of Jamaica Blue,” Eide said.

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