Java expands presence in Nairobi with two new outlets

muloozi Daniel
muloozi Daniel

Leading coffeehouse chain, Java, recently inaugurated two additional outlets in Nairobi, strategically positioned on Ojijo Road and in Loresho. This expansion is part of a collaboration with Rubis and underscores Java’s dedication to broadening its market share in Kenya.

Java House CEO, Priscilla Gathungu, emphasized the company’s commitment to accessibility and convenience, stating, “The decision to open a new branch reflects our commitment to going to the people and creating spaces where our customers can easily access their favorite Java menu items on the move.”

Customers at the new locations can expect the signature Java House experience, featuring a diverse menu that includes a variety of coffee drinks, pastries, and options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

This move brings Java House’s total number of locations to an impressive 87 across East Africa, solidifying its position as a major player in the region’s food and beverage industry.

Founded in 1999, Java House has not only become synonymous with quality coffee but has also expanded its portfolio to include three sister brands: Kukito, Planet Yoghurt, and 360 Degrees Pizza. This strategic growth reflects Java House’s commitment to catering to diverse preferences and maintaining its reputation as a one-stop culinary destination

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