Java Green

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Java Green
Type Private
Industry Food
Founder(s) Anil Ambani
Headquarters Andheri West, Mumbai
Key people Anil Ambani
(Chairman)
Website http://java-green.com

Java Green is an Indian café chain owned by billionaire Anil Ambani's Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group.

History[edit]

Javagreen was started in 2003 as a chain of in store cafés within Reliance World, to serve Reliance’s broadband and cellular customers. Later, it was expanded into other locations outside Reliance World.

Products[edit]

Javagreen's products are made with exclusive recipes and a host of proprietary ingredients developed by their in house team of chefs. Their exclusive coffee blend is sourced directly from Chikkamagaluru in Karnataka. Javagreen has a wide choice of hot and cold beverages, coffees & non coffees, teas, chocolate drinks, soups, smoothies, shakes, granitas, frappes and mocktails.

Locations[edit]

Javagreen is operational across 10 cities in India with over 90 outlets. It is present in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Kochi and Nadiad. Java Green was present in the famous engineering institution DA-IICT till April, 2014 and is currently operational at different locations including educational institutions like SRM University and IIM Bangalore, hospitals like KDA Hospital, Mumbai and Fortis, corporate offices like DAKC, Mumbai and IBM, Reliance Web worlds and Spencer's retail.

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