On Monday, Canada-based coffee franchise and retailer Second Cup opened a café in Lithuania's capital Vilnius, in business centre 3 Burės. EUR 200,000 was invested in the café and more establishments are in the plans. The franchise in Lithuania is headed by Laurence Villamin.
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Second Cup café network was founded in Canada in 1975. Its franchises operate in 22 countries, from North America to East Asia. There are 349 Second Cup cafés in Canada, employing over 4,000 people. The company follows socially responsible business principles and sells coffee under Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance certificates. The company's shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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