By 2020, the company aims to open 250 stores pan India, with a revenue targeted revenue of Rs. 2oo crores.
"We are going to be present in each state of India by 2020. Apart from Gujarat and Rajasthan which will have vegetarian menu, all other states will have non vegetarian products also in the menu. Apart from franchisee stores, we will also come up with our own flaghsip, company operated stores. We are overwhelmed, by the response we got from our SDA outlet," said international business head, WAFL, Adzhai Sharma.
Along with this shakes, tea, and coffee will also be served.
The company is eyeing an untapped Indian breakfast market by serving foodies trendy food at reasonable prices.
"Consumer is more health conscious now and caught up with the fast paced life, so through our QSR we want to serve deliciously healthy food, to help them maintain their health conscious need. We are positive that Indian market will like our products, we are eyeing pan India expansion," said executive partner, Rajeev Chawla.
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