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Jumbo Seafood launches seventh site in China

The site marks as the brand’s 15th restaurant in Asia.

Jumbo Group has announced that they have launched their seventh Jumbo Seafood restaurant in China last October 1.

They signed a franchise agreement with Le Xie F&B Management to operate the said outlet. This has become the brand’s fourth franchised restaurant.

“With the opening of the JUMBO Seafood restaurant in Fuzhou, we are excited to deliver our Singapore heritage dishes, such as our JUMBO Award-winning Chilli Crab and JUMBO Signature Black Pepper Crab to yet another city in Asia,” Ang Kiam Meng, Jumbo Group CEO and executive director, said.

“Fuzhou is widely considered to be one of the fastest growing cities in the PRC, and we hope to leverage on the rising affluence of the residents, as well as to tap into the city’s growing popularity as a tourism destination.”

The have also further announced that they will be opening two more Jumbo Seafood stores in Singapore in the next 12 months.
 

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