Baskin-Robbins opens region’s 1,000th store in Dubai
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Baskin-Robbins opens region’s 1,000th store in Dubai

Baskin-Robbins opens region’s 1,000th store in Dubai

Located in Dubai Hills Mall, the store was opened on March 10, by the American multinational chain and master licensee Galadari Ice Cream Company

Baskin Robbins celebrated the opening of its 1000th store at the Dubai Hills Mall on Thursday March 10, 2022 (Photo by Neeraj Murali)

Baskin-Robbins, the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops, has opened its 1,000th store in the region.

Located in Dubai Hills Mall, the store was opened on March 10, by the American multinational chain and master licensee Galadari Ice Cream Company.

To mark the event, Baskin-Robbins hosted a public ice cream party at Ain Dubai. The world’s largest observation wheel lit up in the colours of Baskin-Robbins, and the brand distributed free ice cream to the first 1,000 guests too.

As part of the ongoing promotions to mark the opening, Baskin-Robbins will also be offering a special promotion where customers who purchase a Double Medium Sundae will get a free Kids Scoop until March 30, 2022.

“As we celebrate the opening of our 1,000th Baskin-Robbins location, I could not be more proud of the dominant ice cream business we have built across the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Morocco, Jordan and Australia,” said Ahmed Osman, CEO of Galadari Ice Cream Company.

“Since opening our first shop in the UAE in 1979, Baskin-Robbins has been an ice cream leader in the Middle East, helping guests across the region discover the joy of a life lived with variety,” says Michael Haley, president and managing director of International for Inspire Brands, a multi-brand restaurant whose portfolio includes nearly 32,000 Arby’s, Baskin-Robbins, Buffalo Wild Wings, Dunkin’, Jimmy John’s, Rusty Taco, and Sonic Drive-In restaurants worldwide.

The food and beverage trade in the UAE crossed $20bn in the first nine months of 2021, according to a recent analysis from Dubai Chamber of Commerce.Imports accounted for the largest share of the UAE’s F&B trade during January-September 2021 period, amounting to $12.8bn. Exports accounted for $4.1bn while re-exports amounted to $3.3bn.

Read: Gulfood 2022: UAE’s F&B trade crosses $20bn from January-September 2021

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