Paris Baguette to launch delivery service in Sept.

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Paris Baguette to launch delivery service in Sept.


Models advertise Paris Baguette’s new delivery service. [PARIS BAGUETTE]

Bakery chain Paris Baguette announced Thursday that it will launch its own delivery service Paba from September.

Consumers will be able to order cakes, sandwiches and pastries from the bakery directly to their home using the Happy Point app, a comprehensive rewards app for restaurant and cafe brands owned by food conglomerate SPC, which also operates Paris Baguette.

Customers will also be able to order the bakery’s goods using Yogiyo, a food delivery app, as well as shopping platforms Auction and Gmarket. The bakery will be offering discounts for the delivery service throughout September in celebration of the launch.

By Kim Eun-jin

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