PappaRoti from Malaysia Known for its Coffee Buns plans to enter the U.S. market

PappaRoti from Malaysia Known for its Coffee Buns plans to enter the U.S. market

December 9 - 2021 Coffee Geography Magazine

PappaRoti based in Malaysia with over 400 locations around the world including locations in China, the United Arab Emirates, will now be opening a new location in Naperville, Illinois in the U.S.

PappaRoti's newest location brings its signature coffee buns, a pastry that is beloved across the globe. The company plans to expand its franchise locations in the United States with scheduled plan in Michigan and Nebraska. Worldwide PappaRoti has already developed its business with branches in Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Belgium,  Canada, Germany, Lithuania, Tanzania, Pakistan, India, Australia.

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"We are ecstatic to bring our cafés to the people of Naperville," PappaRoti representatives stated. "Our specialty coffee buns have been developed with care for nearly 20 years in Malaysia and across international franchise locations, and we can't wait to share them with Naperville!"

"From the second you bite into the crispy outer layer of the bun, the fun begins," says a PappaRoti representative. "This crunchy covering on our bun is made from a creamy mixture that has been carefully developed with only top-quality flour."

With the rise in popularity of "Cafe Culture" and people's enjoyment of freshly baked pastries in big cities, PappaRoti offers a unique snack experience to customers with coffee in foods .

The company was founded with an insight to create its one-of-a-kind and delectable snack concept in Malaysia in 2003. The brand's success was due to the great taste of the coffee-coated buns. PappaRoti have successfully developed a unique and distinctive recipe that appeals to customers all around the world.