Israeli Cofix bets on development in Poland

Wpis dostępny jest także w języku: polski

Israeli coffee shop chain Cofix is expanding its network in Poland. It already has three locations in Warsaw, and plans to launch as many as 25 outlets in 2021, wiadomoscihandlowe.pl reports.

The first site in Poland opened last June in Warsaw – there are already three venues active at the moment, the newest one joined on 16 December, in Galeria Wilenska. The Coffix brand aims to launch 5,000 points globally by 2025. In Poland, the plan to open 25 cafes in 2020 was unsuccessful due to the pandemic, so it was postponed to 2021.

The brand was founded in Israel, where there are currently about 150 coffeeshops. The network in Russia is very extensive as well, mainly located in Moscow and St. Petersburg, where there are about 190 venues. Cofix started its plan to expand into South America, as well as Europe – starting from Poland.

Cofix’s majority shareholder is Rami Levy, the Israeli supermarket giant.

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