KEILANIEMI, Finland – Fazer has recently opened a new Fazer Café in Keilaniemi. Fazer started its café operations 130 years ago, when young Karl Fazer opened a French-Russian café on Kluuvikatu in Helsinki. The new café continues this tradition by offering both traditional and new delicacies to its customers.
The new Keilaniemi outlet is already the 17th Café in Finland. The café serves a varied selection of breakfast and lunch, and offers an enjoyable café environment for afternoon coffee. In the mornings, you can select your breakfast from various items, while lunch options include soup, baked potatoes, and grilled toasts, as well as a large salad bar where you can create your salad of choice.
“We are also looking for growth in up-and-coming areas, and we believe that Fazer Café will do well in reaching both local residents as well as those who work in the Keilaniemi area. The new Café is the perfect meeting place outside the office, and fresh lunch options can be enjoyed either inside or as convenient takeaways,” says Managing Director Miika Kostilainen from Fazer Retail Finland.
To celebrate Fazer’s 130th anniversary, the first 100 customers at Fazer Café Keilaniemi on the opening day will receive the recently launched Karl Fazer Avec chocolate bar with their purchase.
Fazer, The Food Experience Company, enables people to enjoy the best moments of their day. In 1891, the young Karl Fazer opened his first café with a mission to make food with a purpose – and a passion to create moments of joy for all the people around him. Shaping the next tastes, traditions and food experiences, Fazer’s vision is Towards Perfect Days.
Fazer wants people to experience the Northern Magic it creates and builds on its strong heritage, consumer first approach and innovations to create the sustainable food solutions of the future. The Group focuses on fast-moving consumer goods, operates in eight countries and exports to around 40 countries. In 2020, Fazer Group had net sales of 1.1 billion euros and almost 8,500 employees. Fazer’s operations comply with ethical principles that are based on the Group’s values and the UN Global Compact.