Life Down Under just got a bit sweeter!
It’s been revealed that US bakery giant Cinnabon is set to open up shop in South East Queensland.
The exciting announcement comes just one year after the Bansal Group introduced burger giant Carl’s Jr. to our shores.
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“Cinnabon is one of the most beloved brands in the world, and its cinnamon scrolls are world-famous, so we’re so delighted to bring them to Australia,” Bansal Group co-owner Gaurav Bansal said.
“We knew there would be a strong market for Cinnabon in Australia, but we’re already amazed by the fan base around the country begging us to open in their city and their huge love for this brand.”
The popular bakery chain was founded in Seattle in 1985 and currently operates over 1,200 franchised locations worldwide.
The company serves fresh, aromatic, oven-hot cinnamon rolls, as well as a variety of other baked goods and speciality beverages.
Bansal Group says Cinnabon’s first location will be in South East Queensland before expanding into Sydney and Melbourne.
“There’s a lot involved with every opening, so we’re doing our homework and will only open stores when we’ve found a great location, but the plan is to open 50 stores in the next three years,” Bansal said.