Bakery opens in Stratford with free coffee offer

PUBLISHED: 14:24 21 December 2017 | UPDATED: 14:24 21 December 2017

Picture: Granier Bakery & Café

Picture: Granier Bakery & Café

Granier Bakery & Café

A new bakery opening today in Stratford is offering a free coffee for each customer for one day only.

Granier Bakery and Café in the Stratford Centre shopping mall will give away a free coffee “to all who simply visit their new store”, the company said.

But hurry, the offer ends tomorrow.

“We are very excited to welcome Granier Bakery and Café at the centre,” said Stratford Centre manager Tony Whitehorn.

“The new addition will further enhance the overall offer of the shopping centre.

“We can’t wait to try one of their delicious pastries and coffee.”

Originally from Spain, Granier also owns shops in Bayswater, Kingston-upon-Thames, Notting Hill, Putney and Woolwich.

Its Stratford branch will partner with charity City Harvest London to redistribute food waste that would otherwise be thrown away.

Granier has more than 300 branches in Spain, Italy and the United States, the company claims.

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