Zarraffa’s opens two new stores

Zarraffa's CoffeeTwo new Zarraffa’s Coffee drive through store locations have opened at Ormeau and Mango Hill in south-east Queensland.

The new additions take the company’s total number of stores to 72 and will be operated by two sets of multi-franchisees, who both already own and operate stores within the Zarraffa’s Group.

The Mango Hill store in north Brisbane, is run by the Fioretti Family, who also own and operate Zarraffa’s Coffee stores in Carseldine and Boondall.

The Ormeau store, located just off the M1 Motorway on the northern Gold Coast, will service thousands of commuters and will be run by experienced franchisees and in-laws, Mayur and Rupa Patel.

“Since opening stores along the M1 we have noticed a high uptake of drive through coffee in these locations,” said Zarraffa’s CEO, Kenton Campbell. “From Tugun all the way to Slacks Creek we are now able to deliver great coffee on-the-go to a large number of daily commuters in this particular region of the state.”





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