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Brewing up a winner at Cafe2U

Cafe2U are proud to announce their partnership with teapigs, the up-and-coming tea company, who have handpicked a select range that offer the chance to discover the wonderfully diverse world of tea.

teapigs are also gaining rapid interest with numerous celebrities being linked to the tea-adoring brand. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been spotted drinking a namesake smoothie at a Liverpool stockist, as well as Victoria Beckham tweeting about her love for the liquorice and peppermint sweet treat.

For Cafe2U though, this partnership is about more than teaming great coffee with great tea. Cafe2U franchise partner in Milton Keynes Central, Doug Durnford says: “Although Cafe2U specialises in coffee, we’re big believers that the better our product range is, the clearer understanding our customers will have of our business expertise. It also shows that we are giving them the best possible products that we can get our hands on.”

Cafe2U regularly test and introduce new flavours within their coffee range, with seasonal syrups and additional ingredients. The franchisees are particularly keen on new innovations to grow their businesses.

“I’m really pleased with the ongoing support that I receive from the whole Cafe2U network – promotional posters, seasonal syrup flavours, regular news updates and so much more. I really like the products too, so I look forward to new changes and information,” says Iain Ballantyne, Chelmsford franchise partner.

The UK coffee market continues to strengthen with approximately 20 million people buying premium coffee on a regular basis. With this growing demand for coffee and an already buoyant tea market, the new partnership with teapigs promises to brew up an even greater cup of success for Cafe2U and its franchise network.

Cafe2U Ltd

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