Baskin-Robbins ice cream chain coming to Pakistan

Published: June 14, 2017
The popular ice-cream chain aims to open 35 shops across the country. PHOTO: FILE

The popular ice-cream chain aims to open 35 shops across the country. PHOTO: FILE

Baskin-Robbins, the world’s most known ice cream chain, has announced that it has signed a master licensing agreement with AHG Flavours (Pvt) Limited and aims to set up 35 Baskin-Robbins shops across Pakistan, with Lahore being the main focal priority.

“Baskin-Robbins is famous around the world for offering an extensive variety of 31 ice cream flavours to its guests and we’re looking forward to treating our customers across Pakistan with the same flavourful experience,” said AHG Flavours Chairman Irfan Mustafa.

“We look forward to opening our first Baskin-Robbins shop in the months ahead.”

AHG Flavours CEO Harris Mustafa, an industry veteran, welcomed Baskin-Robbins in Pakistan in his classic boldness, “Abhi to party shuru hoi hai,” meaning the party has just started.

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Baskin-Robbins restaurants in Pakistan will feature the brand’s extensive selection of classic ice cream flavours, including Pralines n’ Cream, JamocaTM Almond Fudge, Mint Chocolate Chip and Very Berry Strawberry, alongside regional favourites such as Mango Tango and Tiramisu.

The brand will also offer its delicious range of custom ice cream cakes, frozen beverages, ice cream sundaes and take-home ice cream treats.

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“We are pleased to be collaborating with Irfan, Harris and their team to begin developing the Baskin-Robbins brand in Pakistan by bringing our wide range of delicious ice cream flavours, cakes and other treats to Pakistani customers,” said Dunkin’ Brands International Vice President John Varughese.

Baskin-Robbins currently has more than 7,800 restaurants in more than 50 countries around the world.

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Reader Comments (5)

  • Confused
    Jun 14, 2017 - 9:43PM

    We Loved it during early 90’s in Karachi. But due to law & security issue, they must have wrapped up their business.

    Its a good sign that they are returning. There is too much potential in this part of the world. Best of LuckRecommend

  • Adil Shah
    Jun 15, 2017 - 8:55AM

    They are already here.Recommend

  • khan
    Jun 15, 2017 - 10:30AM

    There’s a Baskin Robbins already in Peshawar. I believe they make the ice cream from Baskin Robbins powdered sachet’s under Baskin Robbins name. Recommend

  • q
    Jun 15, 2017 - 12:29PM

    Its actually very cheap. a medium should not be more than 400rps. Recommend

  • Raym
    Jun 16, 2017 - 11:53AM

    Peshawar gets everything a bit early; be it Ramazan, Eid or BR. :)Recommend

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