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Crossing a milestone

THE CONCEPT of grabbing a quick bite while you are on the move is becoming popular with people residing in cities, particularly young executives. Working hundreds of kilometres away from home in a competitive environment, with not much time to cook for themselves, the techies need to rely on places which provide them eatables at reasonable pricing.

Coffee Day Express, leading retail chain of food and beverage kiosks, steps in to prove its mettle in this segment by reaching its 100th kiosk milestone in a record time of one year — six months ahead of its original target of 18 months.

Xpress kiosks are those small eateries which serve a variety of food and beverage items ideal as snacks/ light meals for people who are short of time for a relaxed lunch. Using a space between 50 sq.ft and 70 sq.ft space, they can be set up at any crowded location including petrol pumps, hospitals, airports, malls, theatres and even in corporate offices. So, go ahead and plan a quick bite in style.

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