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Caffè Nero plans €20m expansion

320 jobs set for 40 new outlets

26th June, 2016
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Workers at family-owned coffee house chain Caffè Nero Picture: Fergal Phillips

Coffee shop giant Caffè Nero plans to open 40 new outlets across Ireland as part of a €20 million expansion plan.

The stores will be opened over the next five years and will create 320 jobs.

Caffè Nero, which is a family-owned company headquartered in London, expects to open eight new outlets a year in Ireland.

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