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200 Degrees Coffee to open new Manchester site

The company said it is also due to announce further plans for growth this year, which will include the opening of more coffee shops

Nottingham-based coffee roasters 200 Degrees Coffee will open its 12th coffee shop in The Hybrid Building, Mosley Street, Manchester on 17 May.

The 80-seat shop will be on the ground floor of the new office development, and will create 15 new full time and part time jobs.

200 Degrees was set up by Tom Vincent and his business partner Rob Darby in 2012 and has 11 “distinctively independent” coffee shops –  as well as a roast house near Trent Bridge in Nottingham. 

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The company said it is also due to announce further plans for growth this year, which will  include the opening of more coffee shops. 

According to Vincent, the new opening represents the coffee roaster’s “rapid return to growth post-Covid”. 

He said: “It may seem a bit strange to open a coffee shop in a city full of great coffee shops at a time like this but we hope our independent feel and relaxed, comfortable style will add something memorable to the city. We’re also keen to show off our own hand roasted coffee and tempt people with our freshly made sandwiches and vegan brownies.”

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