Having acquired the renowned Milanese confectionery/pastry shop, Cova, in 2013, LVMH opened the luxury brand’s first outlet, including a café/restaurant and gift store, in Taiwan in 2016. The company thus pioneered luxury foodservice in the Taiwanese market.
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Includes luxury chained cafés/bars and chained full-service restaurants (outlets) and their corresponding sales. Chained foodservice outlets are considered luxury only if they are owned by International Luxury and Fashion houses.See All of Our Definitions
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