Java House Group has today launched its 65th branch on Mbagathi Way. The Kenyan born coffee-led food chain currently has its footprint on 3 countries that is Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda and 14 cities in East Africa.
This comes after Java House recently opened its latest Express model innovation at the MP Shah Hospital. Since the group’s inception in 1999, Java House has revolutionized how Kenyans perceive coffee while influencing gourmet coffee culture in East Africa.
Java’s strategic approach is building robust value chains which are essential for ensuring that they are capturing the full value of East African coffee. This is by driving local consumption of its premium coffee hence significantly reducing the export of bulk raw coffee to global markets. That ensures that the beans flow seamlessly from farmers to Kenyan traders and roasters, and onwards to East African consumers. Java apparently single handedly roasts about a thousand kilograms of coffee a day and serves about eight thousand cups of coffee daily.
Java House Chief Executive Officer, Paul Smith, had this to say, “We are pleased to be opening yet another branch. Our goal is to bring the Java House experience closer to our guests who we consider family.”