Goldilocks Bakeshop

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Goldilocks Bakeshop
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Type Public
Founded
Headquarters
Fast food, Pastry/Cakes
www.goldilocks.com

Goldilocks Bakeshop is a bakeshop industry in the Philippines which produces and distribute Filipino cakes and pastry.

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Background

Goldilocks Bakeshop (also known as Goldilocks Bakeshop and Restaurant) is a Philippine-based chain of bakeshops specializing in Filipino cakes and pastry. It has branches not only throughout the Philippines, but also in the United States (currently confined to California and a single location in Las Vegas, Nevada) and there is also one outlet in Vancouver, Canada, where they cater to the Filipino expatriate community there.

Goldilocks was opened in 1966 as a family business and started in a one-door apartment of a two-story structure on Pasong Tamo Street, Makati City. It has 192 branches and had planned, in 2006, to add 15 to 20 more, especially in Naga City where the founders of the bakeshop are based. It first opened its US branch in 1976, at Artesia, CA.

The Bakeshop's main product lines includes cakes and breads, sweets and pastries. Some branches incorporate a Foodshop, offering Filipino cuisine, including beef, chicken, pork, seafood and vegetable dishes as well as their Thirst Quenchers, such as Halo-halo, Gulaman, Fruit salad and Sago.

Other information

Goldilocks Vision and Mission

Vision: Goldilocks, A strong global brand! Mission: Goldilocks symbolizes excellence in products and services that go beyond customer expectation worldwide.

Customer service for Goldilocks: The customers deserve the best service, prompt and efficient service, courtesy, and customer satisfaction are just a few ways tp show gratitude to them.

Telephone courtesy: Goldigood Day!

References


External links

  • Goldilocks - the official web site for the Goldilocks Bakeshop chain. Also contains links to its US and Canada franchises.

Original Source

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