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Muffin Break store opens in Bexleyheath

PUBLISHED: 09:14 29 November 2018

Caf�-bakery chain Muffin Break has announced that it will open its new store in Bexleyheath at 10am today. Picture: David Empson

Caf�-bakery chain Muffin Break has announced that it will open its new store in Bexleyheath at 10am today. Picture: David Empson

DAVID EMPSON

Café-bakery chain Muffin Break will be opening its new store in Bexleyheath at 10am today (Thursday, November 29).

On its opening day the Bexleyheath store will be giving away 25 golden tickets to the first twenty-five customers through the door.

Those lucky winners will be treated to a variety of prizes including free coffees, muffins and much more.

Parents and children are invited to come down to meet the famous Muffin Man mascot, who will be on hand to offer delicious samples, hand out balloons to children and pose for photos.

Muffin Break’s offering provides its customers with both a quick and convenient morning pick-me-up, and a leisurely environment where they can sip the afternoon away.

Muffin Break’s menu offers a range of freshly baked muffins, cakes and cookies, alongside various savoury options including soups, sandwiches and wraps.

It also has a wide variety of special blend coffees, all made from 100pc Arabica beans.

Zaheer Ahmed, Bexleyheath store franchisee said: “It’s so exciting to be opening my first Muffin Break store here in Bexleyheath.

“We’ve been working hard to guarantee we offer a really varied menu filled with tasty treats made using the highest quality ingredients to ensure our customers enjoy the very best food, all of which is freshly made on site daily!

“I hope the people of Bexleyheath are as excited about our new store as we are.”

Joshua Nixon, head of estates at Muffin Break adds: “After a successful year of store openings, we are excited to open our final Muffin Break site of 2018 in Bexleyheath - concluding a strong year of new store growth.

“Our beautifully designed café bakeries have been well received by customers and landlords alike and we are looking forward to continue baking the success of 2018 into 2019 and beyond. Despite the regular uncertain media reports on UK retail, we are continuing to unlock towns and cities across the UK, securing competitive deals with landlords across the board and operating successful stores.

“Our expansion strategy for 2019 is focused on the Midlands and the South of England, as well as major shopping centres across the UK.”

For more information visit www.muffinbreak.co.uk or follow @MuffinBreakUK on Instagram.

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