Zarraffa’s Coffee to open two new stores this month

Coffee chain Zarraffa’s Coffee will open two new stores this month, one in Clarkson, WA, and the other in Bankstown, NSW.

The chain’s Clarkson store, which will be the retailer’s first purpose-built location in the Perth area, will feature a comfortable in-store environment and a full-service drive through.

Zarraffa’s new drive through brings the total to six in Western Australia, with the other five stores located in various suburbs across Perth, including Ellenbrook, Canning Vale, Currambine, Peppermint Grove and in Kalgoorlie.

“The Clarkson store typifies what Zarraffa’s customers experience on the East Coast where the brand has been built steadily since 1996,” said founder and managing director Kenton Campbell.

The Bankstown store will be the retailer’s fourth store under the NSW area developer arrangement, Zarraffa announced.

The retailer said more stores have been proposed this year for the company.

“We are not interested in growth for growth’s sake,” Campbell said.

“Zarraffa’s has built its reputation on creating small business opportunities, through specialised training, operational consistency and great products and service – year on year.”

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    Stacey Grgich posted on May 26, 2019

    I would like to know if the new store opening in Clarkson has been bought? I am interested in becoming part of the Zarafas chain as an owner. reply

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