Jamaica Blue and Muffin Break franchise cafe brands are the most recent to list as high-performing brands through the Australian Franchise Rating Scale.
Ratings are given after an independent and fact-based examination is conducted across seven categories created to determine both transparency and performance of the brand.
Dive into summer with our delicious new range of ‘Summer Stunners’.
We’ve just launched five new light dishes, each with a delectable Caribbean twist. The essential flavours of Jamaica, made with the freshest fruits and vegetables available.
Jamaica Blue Establish A Partnership With Milklab. In 2013 Muffin Break was one of the first national coffee chains in Australia to stop charging extra money for dairy alternative milks. Jeremy Regan, Head of Coffee at parent company Foodco, says Muffin Break and sister brand Jamaica Blue have always led consumer trends in this way. “We work hard to supply our customers with what they want. They were sick of being charged extra for soy milk, and cutting that cost allowed us to engage with our non-dairy customers,” Jeremy says.
Jamaica Blue is a franchise that thrives on innovation with 119 stores across Australia and 26 years of award-winning service on the record. It’s only natural that a business of this calibre is constantly in search of the next step, whether it’s in their business processes or exciting on-trend products. Here are the five reasons to join Jamaica Blue’s innovative franchise.
Running an independent business isn’t for everyone! Luckily, there is another way. Franchising provides the opportunity to own your own business and grow your professional skills, while also having the support of an established brand behind you so you keep learning and growing.
Jamaica Blue recently won the QSR Media Award for ‘Best Brand Transformation’ of the year thanks to our vibrant and quirky Jamaican rebranding.
When you invest in a Jamaica Blue franchise opportunity, you benefit from being part of a brand with a vibrant culture and plenty of innovation from our marketing and operations teams to keep your business relevant for your customers.
Kenneth Ting clearly has a good head on his shoulders. He’s over three years into his journey as the owner of Jamaica Blue in Waterford, Western Australia, and around six months into a similar journey at Midland Gate – and his work ethic is second-to-none.
Peta Buttfield is leading the pack when it comes to young, female entrepreneurship as a Jamaica Blue franchisee in Toowoomba. At just 23, Peta and her business partner took on the exciting task of owning the store. She’s now 27, and things are going pretty well.
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