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Saint Honore Cake Shop

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Saint Honore Cake Shop

Saint Honore Cake Shop Limited
聖安娜餅屋有限公司
Type Privately owned company
Industry Bakery
Founded 1972
Headquarters Hong Kong, China
Area served People's Republic of China
Hong Kong
Macau
Key people Chairman: Mr. Richard Yeung
Parent Convenience Retail Asia
Website Saint Honore Cake Shop
A Saint Honore Cake Shop in Chai Wan, Hong Kong

Saint Honore Cake Shop (Chinese: 聖安娜餅屋; Jyutping: sing3 ngon1 naa4 beng2 nguk1) is one of the largest bakery and cake chain stores in Hong Kong. In 2009, it now has more than 80 outlets in Hong Kong. It is parented by Convenience Retail Asia Limited, the retailing flagship of Li & Fung.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Link 2
  • See others 3
  • References 4

History

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Link

  • Saint Honore Cake Shop

See others

References

  1. ^ Convenience Retail Asia To Aquire [sic] Saint Honore
  2. ^ Saint Honore Cake Shop Ltd.
  3. ^ Saint Honore Holdings Limited
  4. ^ Network expansion, incremental sales and Saint Honore acquisition spur Convenience Retail Asia’s third quarter results
  5. ^ SAINT HONORE<00192> - Withdrawal of Listing
  6. ^ Saint Honore Cake Shop - The Legend of the Oval-shaped Egg Tart
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