In the past 12 months, Muffin Break has offered new workshops for kids, extending beyond their traditional cookie workshop offering.
Australia is characterised by a melting pot of cultures, and each individual contributes to our rich tapestry. Muffin Break is proud to have employees and even franchisees hailing from all four corners of the globe, including Lillian Liao, the owner of two of our franchise stores in Bendigo, and a woman who originally comes from Shanghai.
Muffin Break continues their partnership with Simply Cups to promote coffee cup recycling at shopping centres.
Illustrating Muffin Break’s favourite muffins from farm to deliciously baked goods, Adriana Picker has been able to convey a movement away from mass-produced and industrialised farming and an emphasis on the human element and high quality of the ingredients.
Adriana’s botanical illustrations ties in well. The connection between the growers of Muffin Break’s wholesome ingredients and association with nature works perfectly.
Muffin Break have partnered with Australian confectioner, Darrell Lea, to invent the “Lamington Rough”. It’s a brand-new, scrumptious classic just in time for Australia Day.
After trading for almost 30 years, this family owned franchise will be truly in the heart of Australia – Alice Springs! And to formalise the opening in the Yeperenye Shopping Centre, Mayor Damien was in store to perform the ribbon cutting. We are so excited to have a store open in the heart of Australia, owned and operated by a local!
Muffin Break is once again extending its war on waste. From our recycling campaign with Simply Cups to repurposing used coffee grounds in partnership with Reground, our 200+ franchisees around the country are now working to keep as much waste out of landfill as possible. Next up is a partnership with YWaste, which helps combat food waste.
Muffin Break’s Master Roaster Jeremy Regan doesn’t just drink coffee - he lives and breathes it! His knowledge and passion recently led to him becoming a judge at the World Barista Championships in Amsterdam.
The Muffin Break Victorian team’s results for the past 12 months have been exceptional. Stores that were struggling to meet sales are now up.
Muffin Break and Wakakirri are joining forces to bring the benefits of performing arts and storytelling to schools in Australia. Muffin Break is sponsoring Wakakirri, provider of the largest performing arts program for schools, as a Major partner as of May 2018.
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