J.CO Donuts

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J.CO Donuts & Coffee
Private
Industry Coffee Shop
Donut Shop
Founded May 18, 2006 in Lippo Karawaci, Indonesia
Founder Johnny Andrean
Headquarters Jakarta, Indonesia
Products Coffee, Donuts, Yogurt
Parent Johnny Andrean Group
Slogan Sharing The J.CO Way'
Website Official website

J.CO Donuts & Coffee is a cafe restaurant chain in Indonesia specializing in donuts, coffee and frozen yogurt. The company is owned and managed by Johnny Andrean Group.

Business growth[edit]

J.CO is the fastest growing donut & coffee chain in Indonesia.[citation needed] Currently, they have been rapidly expanding their chain of stores in Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines. Within 8 years operating in South East Asia, J.CO has grown their chain to 187 stores in Indonesia, 14 stores in Malaysia, 38 stores in the Philippines, and 6 stores in Singapore.[citation needed]

This brand has penetrated and successfully into the local market in Indonesia against Krispy Kreme and Dunkin Donuts and is one of the market leaders in Indonesia and the Philippines. Recently this brand presents not only soft and premium donuts but also a wide variety of coffee.

TriNoma Branch Philippines

Products[edit]

J.CO's donut flavors are either named using eponyms or word plays such as puns. One example is, Alcapone! The most wanted donuts, inspired by American gangster Al Capone. As of 2012, there are about 30 donut flavors.[1]

Store Branches[edit]

J.CO business has been expanding. J.CO started business in Malaysia in 2007, then opened its first branch in Singapore in 2008. After 5 years of continued operation, J.CO enters the Philippine market and opened it first branch in SM Megamall. [2]

Philippines[edit]

Metro Manila[edit]

Luzon[edit]

Visayas[edit]

Mindanao[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Singapore[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reyes, Lai (22 March 2012). "J.Co Donuts". OOH LA LAI (The Philippine Star Global). Retrieved 12 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Perez, Irene C. "This could be doughnut heaven". lifestyle.inquirer.net. Retrieved 2016-05-15. 

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