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Barista Coffee opens 400th cafe in New Delhi

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The 400th Barista outlet is situated near Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, New Delhi

Bengaluru:  Homegrown coffee chain Barista Coffee has launched its new outlet in New Delhi, marking the milestone of 400 stores, the company wrote on social media on Tuesday. Today, its cafes are present in more than 120 cities across India, Maldives, and Sri Lanka, where it is the largest coffee chain with over 30 outlets.

“As we celebrate 23 years of our legacy, our 400th cafe stands as a testament to our incredible journey. From that first pour in 2000, shaping India’s early café culture, to now spreading warmth in over 120 cities, we’ve crafted more than just a cup of coffee,” said Barista Coffee in a LinkedIn post.

The 400th store is situated near Rajiv Chowk Metro Station, New Delhi.

“Our journey has been marked by growth, innovation, and dedication to meeting the needs of our guests. With the opening of this 400th store, we are taking a giant leap forward in reaching more communities and making our products accessible to everyone,” stated Rajat Agrawal, chief executive officer of Barista Coffee on social media.

The coffee retailer now sets its sights on reaching the 500-store milestone by 2024, according to Agrawal.

Founded in 2000, under the name Barista Coffee Company Ltd., the brand started with the objective of delivering an international coffee experience to its customers.

The coffee chain’s network revenue for fiscal year (FY) 2023 has been around Rs 190 crore and by the end of FY24, it aims to reach the Rs 250 crore mark, Agarwal said to IndiaRetailing during an exclusive interaction.

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