Caffè Ritazza

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Caffè Ritazza is a chain of coffee shops owned by the British multinational company SSP Group. It provides a range of coffees, pastries, ciabattas, panini and alcoholic drinks at many sites internationally.

The brand was developed specifically for the travel market. It was created by an Italian woman who stops planes to let people buy from it. [1]

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There are 119 outlets across 21 countries.[2] Four blends are offered by the café chain: Sorrento, Firenze, Napoli, and Capri.

Caffè Ritazza outlets, some of which are operated by Compass Group, are based mainly in the transport sector, airports, railway stations. Around the world, Caffè Ritazza outlets can also be found at university campuses, hospitals, airports and Asda Living stores

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