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Java opens new branch in Meru


Meru, Kenya, Dec 1 – Java House has launched its first branch in Meru County signaling its ambitious expansion plan in the country.

The new branch located in Meru’s Greenwood City Mall marks Java’s 86th branch in the country.

The hospitality company says the expansion plan is underpinned with its desire to bring its services closer to the people across the country.

 Speaking about the development, Java House CEO Priscilla Gathungu stated that the Meru expansion is consistent with the company’s overall strategy of targeting strategic locations throughout the country and region.

“We have been very intentional about listening to our customers about what they want us to be and where they want us to be, and our presence in Meru is part of that commitment. We are inspired by the level of appreciation and response we have received from all our customers in the last few days, and our assurance to them is that we will continue to provide outstanding casual dining experiences while also providing a place for our customers to host quick meetings and networking opportunities,” she said.

Gathungu added that Meru County’s growing population intertwined with its proximity to the Meru national park creates potential demand for dining options, making it an appealing market for a new restaurant.

The Meru branch is second in the larger upper Mount Kenya region, with the other nearby outlet in Nanyuki.

Since its inception in Nairobi in 1999, Java has expanded to serve a loyal customer base throughout East Africa, supported by three additional sister brands, Kukito, Planet Yoghurt, and 360 Degrees Pizza.





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