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Hungry Jack’s launches Jack’s Cafe across WA restaurants 

The state-wide launch is part of the business’ plan to roll out the beverage brand across all 450-plus locations by June.

Hungry Jack’s has launched its sister coffee chain Jack’s Cafe across its 65 restaurants in Western Australia.

The state-wide launch is part of the business’ plan to roll out the beverage brand across all 450-plus locations by June.

“We know customers love the convenience of our drive-thru and delivery, Jack’s Cafe will elevate our offering, with the introduction of barista coffee and specialty beverages,” Scott Baird, chief Marketing Officer of Hungry Jack’s, said in a media release.

“Now, more than ever, there is a demand for convenience and quality; if you like our breakfast, you’ll love our coffee. Our customers can be confident they’ll get great coffee every time, whether that’s instore, via drive-thru or through our delivery partners.” 

In a previous interview with QSR Media, Hungry Jack’s chief executive Chris Green said he expects the fast food chain to open somewhere between 25 and 30 sites over the next couple of years.

(Also read: Offering value amidst cost pressures, according to Hungry Jack’s CEO)

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