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Two new cafés in France
July 12th, 2010

Segafredo Zanetti France announces the opening of two new cafés in Paris.
 
The first has been opened in the new Okabé shopping mall, which includes hypermarkets, shops and offices and is the most representative element of the area’s urban regeneration made along l'Avenue de Fontainebleau, close to Porte d’Italie.
 
The Segafredo Zanetti Espresso outlet is kiosk-shaped and offers espresso coffee tasting, gourmet coffee-based drinks and a wide choice of Italian snacks.
 

The second café has been opened in the Ermont-Eaubonne railway station, one of the most important train stations in the north of Paris. 
 
Ermont-Eaubonne underwent major restructuring a few years ago and is now one of the few Île-de-France stations served by three separate metro lines (one RER and two Transilien lines) and two different railways (North Paris and Paris Saint-Lazare).
 
The oulet welcomes hundreds of passengers daily traveling to and from their workplace, offering them a good start to their day thanks to the real Segafredo Zanetti Espresso.