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Mad Mex

Singapore’s 4Fingers buys into Australia’s Mad Mex QSR chain

Singapore casual dining brand 4Fingers has acquired a 50 per cent stake in Australian Mexican QSR brand Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill.

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Bee Cheng Hiang launches Singapore grillery

Bak kwa sweet meat retailer Bee Cheng Hiang has launched a grillery restaurant venue in Singapore.

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BreadTalk brings Wu Pao Chun to Singapore

BreadTalk Group has announced plans to open a Wu Pao Chun bakery in Singapore next year.

farburger

Two Fatburger Singapore stores to open this month

The first two Fatburger Singapore stores will open this month as the US fast-food chain makes its local debut.

costa coffee

Costa Coffee Singapore to close last stores

Just days after Costa Coffee announced it was to be bought by Coca-Cola, UK cafe chain Costa Coffee has confirmed it is exiting Singapore.

teapasar

Teapasar platform fights fraud, links growers with consumers

A Singapore-founded multi-brand marketplace for all things tea-related launches this month.

Jones the Grocer

Jones the Grocer Myanmar deal scrapped

The planned Jones the Grocer Myanmar expansion has been cancelled.

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Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer launches in Asia

New York burger and milkshake chain Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer has launched at Marina Bay Sands.

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Coca-Cola to pay US$5.1 billion for Costa Coffee

Coca-Cola has agreed to buy UK cafe chain Costa Coffee from listed hotel operator Whitbread for US$5.1 billion.

La-Lola

Philippines’ Salad Stop and La Lola Churreria restaurants to go global

Philippines private equity firm MFT Group is investing US$3 million to expand its Salad Stop and La Lola Churreria restaurant brands overseas.

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BreadTalk has high hopes for Shenzhen-based tea brands

Bakery franchise BreadTalk Group has brought two Shenzhen-based specialty tea brands – Nayuki and TaiGai – into Singapore.

Yum Sing!

YumSing! plan to get local products on FairPrice shelves

An initiative called YumSing! has been launched allowing Singapore companies to submit products for test marketing at FairPrice stores.

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