Every batang 80s and 90s know that when you’re hungry, Cindys is “the place to be.” So, what did happen to everybody’s favorite brand?
Starting from its humble roots as a neighborhood bakery in Tarlac City back in 1972, Cindys has gained nationwide popularity back in the 80s as the first local bakeshop and restaurant brand to advertise on nationwide Philippine television. They have stores in strategic locations in Metro Manila, Central and Northern Luzon as well as kiosks in almost all the popular mall food courts.
Aside from the delicious baked goodies, I remember their restaurant serving burgers, fries, fried chicken, spaghetti, palabok, and of course the crowd favorite – chicken barbecue with java rice.
But then sadly in the mid-90s their stores in Metro Manila began to closed down. We don’t know what happened but fans of Cindys will be glad to know that they did not actually disappear. They just simply focused on their strongest locations across Central and Northern Luzon and their core strength (baked goodies). Cindys, now a local bakeshop chain has rebranded and is now currently expanding its horizons once again as it has already established over 65 branches across Luzon.
This is truly a milestone – on their 50th year!
Throughout the years, Filipinos have shown their utmost support and dedication to Cindys which led it to grow its network of branches. Even though a long time has passed and with many challenges along the way, Cindys was received with overwhelming support among their customers wherever a branch is opened.
Before the end of 2022, Cindys targets to open 10 more branches. Towards the end of the year and the beginning of 2023, Cindys is eyeing to serve a larger Filipino community with new branches, offering deliciously heartwarming, affordable, and quality food products.
From traditional favorites like Pandesal and Pan de Coco, to creamy soft Delisoft loaves, and a variety of cakes that color everyone’s get-together happily, Cindys’ goal is for every Filipino to enjoy and love their distinctly Pinoy bread flavor.
Cindys recently opened 2 new branches in Metro Manila – Blumentritt and Valenzuela, giving the Metro a range of breads, pastries, and cakes that has made it a household name wherever it goes.
Cindys continues to be optimistic with its growth, with more Filipinos enjoying their products as the economy opens up after two years of being in the global pandemic.
With 65 branches across Luzon, which includes Tarlac, Ilocos, Pangasinan, Bataan, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, and Isabela, more and more Filipinos will surely get to know the kind of bread love Cindys offers.
Cindys is also available for delivery via GrabFood and FoodPanda.
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