Foodco has hit back at media claims the business is churning franchises and putting marketing funds to use for franchise recruitment. The franchisor of hospitality brands Muffin Break and Jamaica
Muffin Break has raised $20,000 for its national charity Share the Dignity, with a promotional initiative in August. The Foodco business committed to raise $1 for every Share the Dignity
After committing to support at-risk Aussies earlier this year, cafe franchise Muffin Break has raised more than $65,000 for bushfire-affected communities. Muffin Break announced the charity endeavour in January, after
Cafe chains Muffin Break and Jamaica Blue are the latest to list as high-performing brands through the Australian Franchise Rating Scale. Ratings are allocated after an independent and fact-based assessment across seven
What does it take to ease the busy Christmas period for franchisees? Planning and preparation are important and communicating the support on offer is crucial. Muffin Break uses a number
Jamaica Blue has just opened its first UK store-within-a-store with middle market fashion chain Next. In this Q&A Michael Arbuckle, managing director of Foodco UK, reveals how the team has
What does it take to keep a business going for 30 years? The Muffin Break cafe chain is this year celebrating three decades in business. “It is a story about
The inaugural Top 30 Franchise Executives launch party was a resounding success, with Muffin Break general manager, Natalie Brennan walking away with top honours.
Muffin Break GM Natalie Brennan has rejected claims she expects employees to work for free, after a social media storm erupted over comments made in an article on news.com.au.