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Georgia: Coffee Cafe Bakery to invest nearly $10m in new facility in Fulton County, create jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Coffee Café Bakery, a subsidiary of a ZSC Enterprises and Chunara Food Group (CFG) partnership, will invest nearly $10 million in building a state of the art production facility in Fulton County, which will supply goods to Dunkin’ restaurants across the metro Atlanta area.

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Topics: GEORGIA    JOBS   

This project will create up to 70 new jobs.

CFG, a Georgia Minority Business Award recipient, was established in 1989 by a former hourly Taco Bell employee.

This family owned and operated enterprise includes more than 75 restaurants under their umbrella, such as Checkers, Popeyes, TGI Friday’s, Church’s Chicken, Dunkin’ Brands, and Take 5 franchises. CFG partner ZSC Enterprises is one of the fastest growing Dunkin’ franchisees in Georgia.

With control of just under 50 Dunkin’ restaurants in the Atlanta area, CFG and ZSC are expanding to ensure their restaurants and the broader Atlanta market will have an ample supply of baked goods as Dunkin’ continues growing across the state.

Coffee Café Bakery’s new 31,150 square foot facility will include high tech production lines and equipment used for mixing, frying, glazing, and finishing baked goods, including the brand’s signature ‘donuts.’

There are only about 100 of these production facilities nationwide, and the new facility will be located at Browns Mill Road Southeast in Atlanta, in one of the state’s Federal Qualified Opportunity Zones. Strategically positioned in Fulton County, this food production plant will supply baked goods to more than 150 regional Dunkin’ eateries.

Coffee Café Bakery will be hiring for jobs in baked goods manufacturing, sanitization, and transportation.


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