First Baskin-Robbins store opens in Lahore

Published: October 12, 2017
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LAHORE: One of the world’s largest chain of ice cream stores, Baskin-Robbins has opened its doors in Lahore.

“We’re delighted to open our first ever Baskin-Robbins store in Pakistan, and share our range of delicious ice cream flavors with the people of Pakistan,” the Vice President of Dunkin’ Brands International, John Varughese said in a statement.

“Our store will become the place to be where our visitors will make many happy moments with their friends and family, while enjoying our delicious ice creams and other tempting frozen treats.”

The ice cream store will feature flavours available internationally, including classics like Pralines ‘n Cream, Jamoca® Almond Fudge, Mint Chocolate Chip and Very Berry Strawberry and regional favorites like Mango Tango and Tiramisu.

AHG Flavours, which had announced obtaining licence for and opening of 35 Baskin-Robbins stores across Pakistan, expressed  excitement at the launch.

“We’re excited to officially bring the world famous Baskin-Robbins brand to Pakistan, along with its range of premium ice creams and innovative ice cream treats,” the company said. “We look forward to this shop becoming an integral part of the local community, and to opening many more locations across Pakistan in the months and years ahead.”

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  • Honey
    Oct 12, 2017 - 8:27PM

    The economy is blooming that’s why foreign franchise are interested in opening their branches in Pakistan. Middle class people are devouring burgers and pizzas. They have the money to spend on such things. Then why do we hear always negative things about country’s financial state and lambast the gov?Recommend

  • BrainBro
    Oct 13, 2017 - 2:48AM

    Great. Newer imported ways to attract diabetes.Recommend

  • Shamir
    Oct 14, 2017 - 2:21AM

    BrainBro..diabetes can easily be obtained from Pakistani sweets (mithai) that people in Pakistan eat daily. Ice cream doesn’t contain as much sugar as Pakistani sweets.Recommend

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