The First McDonalds In Malaysia Is Now ‘Mekdi’ As Part of Celebrating Merdeka Day

Besides that, McDonalds Malaysia also introduces Nasi Lemak McD as part of the Merdeka Day celebration and 37 years of being Malaysian.

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The signage for Mekdi, which is the localised nickname for ‘McD’, short for McDonald’s – is now prominently displayed at McDonald’s Bukit Bintang restaurant, the very first McDonald’s to open its doors in Malaysia back in 1982.

“Over the past 37 years, Malaysians have helped make McDonald’s Malaysia the recognised brand that it is today. As a gesture of appreciation for their continuous support, we decided to embrace the Mekdi name Malaysians have affectionately given us, which is now synoymous with our brand,” said Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of McDonald’s Malaysia, Melati Abdul Hai.

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In celebration of all things Malaysian this month, McDonald’s Malaysia has also introduced Nasi Lemak McD, its own version of a dish beloved by so many Malaysians. The meal comes complete with fragrant coconut rice, crispy anchovies, fresh cucumber, and fried egg, topped with spicy sambal. Customers can also maximise their meal experience by adding on Ayam Goreng McD and a cup of Iced Lemon Tea.

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Recognising the popularity of Nasi Lemak amongst Malaysians, McDonald’s Malaysia has also initiated a nationwide petition on Change.org to rally for Nasi Lemak to be officially recognised as the national dish of Malaysia, with a target of gathering 1 million signatures by Malaysia Day (16 September). To be part of this movement, head over to http://chng.it/LDfjGDJsQs.

Nasi Lemak McD is now available in all McDonald’s Malaysia restaurants nationwide and will be a permanent item on McDonald’s menu, available 24 hours a day.

The Nasi Lemak McD set is only RM5.99 during breakfast hours and is served with an Iced Milo. During regular hours, the set is priced at RM12.99 with 1 piece of Ayam Goreng McD and an Iced Lemon Tea, while it is RM15.99 for 2 pieces of Ayam Goreng McD and an Iced Lemon Tea.

McDonald’s Malaysia – Malaysian at Heart

Since opening its first store in Bukit Bintang in 1982, McDonald’s Malaysia has localised almost its entire business – from its menu, suppliers, franchisees, community, and charity initiatives.

 Localised menu offerings: In addition to its core menu items, McDonald’s Malaysia continuosly introduces menu offerings that are distinctly Malaysian and appeals to local tastebuds, such as the latest Nasi Lemak McD and Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng McD. In fact, Malaysia was one of the first markets in the world to include Ayam Goreng in its menu. Local flavours are also infused in the dessert menu, such as the Cempedak McFlurry, Corn Pie, and Cendol Cone, all of which are currently available at McDonald’s restaurants nationwide.

 Locally sourced ingredients: 80 percent of McDonald’s Malaysia’s ingredients are sourced right here in Malaysia. Everything from chicken, to vegetables, and sauces – including Malaysians’ favourite Chilli Sauce – are produced or sourced locally. Only the freshest and highest quality local ingredients are used in all its exciting menu offerings.
 Restaurants are backed by an all-Malaysian workforce*: McDonald’s Malaysia currently employs 14,000 Malaysians, and the company is committed to providing local employees with equal and quality opportunities for development, training, and career advancement at every level.

 Franchisees are 100 percent Malaysian: McDonald’s Malaysia continues to work closely with local Malaysian entrepreneurs to grow the brand in areas such as Sabah and Sarawak. All 21 of our local franchisees are Malaysian, operating over 30 restaurants across Malaysia.

 Local grassroots activities: McDonald’s restaurants nationwide give back to local communities by organising various initiatives such as meal donations to local charities, Teacher’s Day celebrations as well as flood relief efforts. In 2018 alone, McDonald’s Malaysia held more than 10,000 community engagements.

 Charity initiatives for Malaysian children: Through Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), McDonald’s Malaysia continues to support programmes that directly improve the health and well-being of children and their families. Another initiative close to McDonald’s heart is the ‘Back-to-School’ programme, which has benefitted 23,000 urban poor primary school children since 2017.

Melati added, “While McDonald’s is one of the most renowned global brands, McDonald’s Malaysia prides itself in being a Malaysian company at heart. Our business focuses on Malaysians and understanding their needs, whether through our menu items, charity efforts, or nurturing our talent.”

For more information on McDonald’s exciting menu offerings this Merdeka month, visit http://www.mcdonalds.com.my.

SHOPEE Announces Its 9.9 Super Shopping Day and Cristiano Ronaldo As A New Ambassador

Wow..TWO great news!!

The 9.9 SUPER SHOPPING DAY offers free shipping with minimum spend of RM9. 

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Taking place from 19 August to 9 September 2019, the campaign offers greater deals and discounts across categories from brands such as Nutox, HP, L’Oréal, Vinda, Photobook Malaysia, Enfagrow, Universal Traveller, realme, MR DIY and Nestle.

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To further promote the adoption of e-commerce and encourage Malaysians to take advantage of these savings, Shopee is bringing down the minimum spend for free shipping to RM9.

Welcoming the initiative, Song Hock Koon, Director of E-Commerce, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation, said,

“One of MDEC’s objectives is to encourage Malaysians to become immersed in the digital ecosystem, as such initiatives like these will help accelerate adoption in a sustainable and cost-effective manner. We are always pleased to collaborate and support industry moves and trust that this latest initiative will further inspire digital entrepreneurship efforts.”

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Ian Ho, Regional Managing Director, Shopee said,

“Shopee’s mission has always been to impact local communities on a meaningful and sustainable level through initiatives such as our sales campaigns that will allow Malaysians to continue shopping and stocking up on necessities without breaking the bank. At the same time, I am happy to announce Shopee’s partnership with our latest brand ambassador Cristiano Ronaldo. Having him on board is truly a milestone for us. This makes us more than just a shopping platform as we continue to inspire users and connect them with the biggest stars and celebrities in the world.”

At the launch of 9.9 Super Shopping Day held at Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur, Shopee revealed its newest brand ambassador, Cristiano Ronaldo. As one of the greatest athletes, he is an inspiration to many and his dedication to football resonates with the deep commitment Shopee has towards its users. He will be working with Shopee across its seven markets in a wide range of activities to engage and inspire people in the region.

Cristiano Ronaldo said,

“I am proud to be Shopee’s brand ambassador as we share the same ambition to be the best in our fields. I am always improving my game for my fans and my team, just as Shopee innovates to benefit their users in this region. I am excited by this partnership, and I look forward to creating more special moments for my fans together with Shopee.”

Cristiano Ronaldo will join a series of initiatives as Shopee brings users and fans across the region closer to the global football icon:

Cristiano Ronaldo stars in Shopee’s newest 9.9 TVC: Cristiano Ronaldo will be at the center of Shopee’s new television commercial premiering on 16 August, which will air in all seven Shopee markets in the region.

● Watch Cristiano Ronaldo live only on Shopee: In a first for Southeast Asia and Taiwan, fans will be able to get up close and personal with Cristiano Ronaldo via a range of exclusive content available only on Shopee Live. More information will be announced on Shopee’s app and social media platforms at a later date.

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The 9.9 Super Shopping Day will feature three weeks of super promotions and entertainment as well as exclusive privileges with leading industry players:

● Shocking Sale – 9 times daily, enjoy deals from as low as RM1.
● RM9.90 Super Voucher Pack – Pay RM9.90 to enjoy vouchers from Shopee, Agoda, dahmakan, Dal.komm Coffee, ZEN Rooms, Grab, BBQ Chicken, Victoria Station, KKday, Recommend.my, Muslim Pro, MBO, Dunkin Donuts and Teppanyaki and receive savings up to 17x of your money spent.
● “One or Not” – 21 Yamaha motorbikes, 1 Honda City and more for only RM1. If the customer is not the selected buyer, Shopee guarantees a full refund.
● Standard Chartered Mastercardholders – RM15 off with minimum spend of RM120. Valid from 19 August to 9 September.
● Shihlin Taiwan – Buy 1 Free 1 packet of Crispy Chicken Cracklings.
● Wonda Coffee – A brand new product range made exclusively first on Shopee, with an introductory promo price for first 300 customers.
● Dunkin Donuts – First 2,000 customers get to enjoy RM0.99 for 1 Donut worth RM3.50 only on 9 September.
● Burger King – Get a Whopper Jr & Cheeseburger, beverage and fries set meal for only RM9.90.
● The Alley – Enjoy exclusive boba milk tea from RM9 onwards.
● Häagen-Dazs – Single scoop for RM9.90 and double scoop for RM19.
● Hong Leong Yamaha Authorised Dealer – Enjoy exclusive discounts up to 30% on Yamaha motorcycles including Yamaha NVX, Y15zr and LC135 on 9 September.
● BH Petrol and Mydin will be giving out 100 tickets worth RM35,000 to watch Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza live at the Shopee X SimplySiti Mini Concert.

Find out more about Shopee’s newest brand ambassador at:
https://shopee.com.my/shopeexronaldo

Find out more about 9.9 Super Shopping Day at https://shopee.com.my/m/99

 

STARBUCKS Malaysia Unveil Exclusive Starbucks x Naelofar Scarf Collection

Starbucks announced its second collaboration with Malaysian iconic entrepreneur and actress Neelofa; which presents a curated collection of scarves exclusive to Starbucks.

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Paying homage to Starbucks Frappucino colors and Neelofa’s home-grown scarf brand, Naelofar, the Starbucks X Naelofar Scarf Collection is the first of its kind to be exclusively retailed at selected Starbucks stores.

The collaboration draws inspiration from the timeless and iconic colors of Starbucks Frappuccino beverages which draws on flavors derived from Chocolate, Caramel and Green Tea. As such, the scarves in the Starbucks x Naelofar collection will feature colors which include warm brown, soft beige and pastel green.

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Packaged in an adorable Starbucks tumbler replica, the scarves themselves are made of pleated material and can be versatilely worn in a multitude of styles to accessorize and complete any outfit.

This collaboration between Starbucks Malaysia and Neelofa marks the second in recent times, following the MY Cups of Kindness Campaign last year which saw the artist joining forces with Starbucks to spread messages of kindness. As part of that campaign, Starbucks donated RM0.50 from the sale of each of its then newly released Summer Frappucino varieties to a charity of Neelofa’s choosing.

Taking a cue from that initiative, RM1 from each Starbucks x Naelofa scarf purchase will once again be donated to a charity of Neelofa’s choice.

“It is indeed an honor to work with Starbucks once again, this time fusing my passion for scarves and my love for Starbucks Frappuccinos. So naturally, the Starbucks x Naelofar collection is truly something I hold very near and dear. The Starbucks x Naelofar scarves is made in Heavy Pleated Chiffon material and in Shawl style which I personally love, and I’m sure my fans would love it too. I am thankful to Starbucks for this unique opportunity and I hope my fans and Starbucks customers alike will enjoy the collection.” said Neelofa.

As design enthusiasts, Starbucks draws on vibrant practices which has seen it partner with notable personalities within Malaysia’s fashion and design fraternity in the past, including the likes of Rico Rinaldi.

Starbucks Malaysia prides itself for curating products derived from a diversity of local niche designer brands to express creativity through the Starbucks X series. Through this exclusive designer collection, Starbucks hopes to support local talent by accentuating and promoting them to its customers.

“At Starbucks Malaysia, we continuously seek ways to collaborate with local talents by providing them a platform to showcase their creativity with us. After we conducted the MY Cups of Kindness campaign with Neelofa, we received a truly overwhelming response. So this scarf collection is a natural succession of that campaign, which will once again contribute towards Neelofa’s charity efforts through her passion and art plus you can only get this Starbucks x Naelofar Scarf Collection exclusively at Starbucks stores,” said Sydney Quays, Chief Executive Officer of Berjaya Food Berhad and Managing Director of Starbucks Malaysia & Brunei.

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In conjunction with the upcoming Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebrations, Starbucks has also released a limited-edition Malaysian Tiger Bearista. Featuring the iconic Starbucks Bearista wearing a Tiger onesie, the Starbucks Bearista, pays tribute to the iconic Malayan Tiger, now an endangered species.

Available from 5 August onwards, the Starbucks x Naelofar Collection scarves are priced at RM75 each and RM1 of each scarf purchase will be donated to Neelofa’s charity of choice. Meanwhile, the limited-edition Malaysian Tiger Bearista is priced at RM88.

Exclusive to Malaysia, both the Starbucks x Naelofar Scarf Collection and Malaysian Tiger Bearista will be available at all Starbucks stores nationwide, while stocks last.

For more information, please visit the Starbucks Malaysia website at www.starbucks.com.my.

First Starbucks Signing Store Celebrates Its Third Anniversary

The world’s first Starbucks Signing Store located in Bangsar Village II is commemorating this milestone by showcasing the passion and growth of their Deaf partners, who have now achieved the certification of Advanced Coffee Masters, an achievement that further develops their barista skills and coffee knowledge.

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“At Starbucks we always endeavor to create a culture of diversity and inclusion. This was how the concept of the Signing Store came about more than three years ago by offering the Deaf and hard of hearing community in Malaysia with employment and career advancement opportunities. Today, we further recognize our Deaf partners (employees), who are also all certified Coffee Masters, with the progress they have achieved in completing their Advanced Coffee Master program. Our deaf partners have come so far in achieving this certification through hard work and determination,” said Rina Siew, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager for Starbucks Malaysia and Brunei.

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Leaning into growth opportunities at Starbucks, the Advanced Coffee Masters Program teaches qualified baristas new coffee mastery skills for different coffee equipment. Thus, the newly-certified Deaf Advanced Coffee Masters are able to brew coffee using the Pour Over method. In addition, these Deaf baristas are also qualified to conduct coffee chat sessions with the public using sign language much like the baristas at the Starbucks Reserve™ stores in Malaysia. Throughout these three years, the Starbucks Signing Store advocates continuous learning and development of each barista.

Given an equal opportunity as any Starbucks barista, the Signing Store partners have proved their confidence in working and handling a variety of brewing equipment professionally. This has further raised awareness about the Deaf culture at the workplace to surrounding communities. The Deaf baristas are making more than just a cup of coffee but also sharing the warm approach of Starbucks through their perspective. The Deaf Coffee Masters in Malaysia are distinguishable by their black aprons that feature a special embroidery with ‘Starbucks’ in Malaysian Sign Language.

Dedicated to empowering the hearing-impaired community throughout Malaysia, Starbucks Malaysia has announced plans to open the first Starbucks Signing Store in Penang. Mimicking the Starbucks Signing Store in Bangsar Village II, the Deaf baristas in the Penang Signing Store will get the opportunity to develop soft skills, such as work ethics, teamwork and career attributes. The Penang Signing Store is scheduled to open by the end of this year.

The Pour Over brewing method is available at the Signing Store starting 25 July 2019 and customers can now experience a coffee signing session on a scheduled basis by Advanced Coffee Masters.

Starbucks Malaysia has also launched a series of new exclusive Signing Store merchandise collection in conjunction with the 3rd anniversary celebration. The merchandise is priced from RM25 onwards and is only available at the Starbucks Signing Store at Bangsar Village II.

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London Crispiest Chicken Spread Its Wing Wing in Pavilion

After serving London foodies with some of the most sensational chicken wings and such; the London-based cult fried chicken brand, Wing Wing has made its way to the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

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Situated on the 6th floor of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, its debut outlet, is pecking up a new part of the coop.

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The brand was founded by the ‘London Chicken Elite’, and aims to serve the planet’s freshest, krispiest fried chicken you have ever tasted. Grasping firmly to their food philosophy, Wing Wing’s chickens are freshly delivered every morning, then marinated, battered, and hand-brushed using only the finest ingredients – French flour and natural spices. The hand-brushing technique creates a thin layer of coating over the basic marination, in order to deliver the thin, crackly and almost transparent crust that Wing Wing swears by.

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There are THREE flavours available for their signature fried chicken wing, drumette and drumstick;

  • soy garlic
  • spicy
  • liquoric

Lesser known by Malaysians, liquorice is an ancient Mediterranean herb that has been used in food and medicines for thousand of years, and is one of the most celebrated Wing Wing flavours. It boasts a distinctive, naturally-sweet flavour, which when melded with the savoury meat, creates a harmonious clash for the tastebuds to crave time and time again.

Aside from their popular krispy chicken, Wing Wing also offers a wide variety of meal choices. One of their signatures – Chicken Katsu Bao, is served on a lightly-fried all-time Chinese favourite – mantou bao, paired with their krispy, tender chicken and a generous dollop of kimchi coleslaw!

For fellow Malaysians who ‘must have rice with their meals’, Wing Wing also offers rice as part of their set meals, along with more ‘traditional’ sides including: french fries, kimchi coleslaw, salad, and more.

Can’t wait to try it out?

Wing Wing, 6th Floor, Pavilion KL (opposite Starbucks)
168, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm daily

For the latest information, follow Wing Wing on their Instagram page @wearewingwing.my.

 

Craving for Thailand Food? Let’s Heading to Thai Floating Market, The Starling Mall

With the ever-growing popularity of Thai cuisine and flavours among Malaysians, the tantalising Thailand Food Fair 2019 is set to draw in the crowds from 25 to 28 July 2019 at The Starling in Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya.

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Jointly organised by Jaya Grocer and the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP), Ministry of Commerce of Thailand, the fair will occupy 3,500 square feet of space in the main concourse of the mall, located on the ground floor.

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With its alluring theme of “Talad Nam” or “Floating Market”, this inaugural event is an invitation to discover the rich food and cultural heritage of our northern neighbours. So get ready to be treated to a mouth-watering showcase of quality food products, from classic favourites to innovative new creations. In fact, the sheer diversity of delicacies on offer is reason enough to drop by and take in the delicious vibes.

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Beyond food and beverage choices, a carefully curated line-up of activities awaits all in the family. Among the highlights are:

  • Kids Traditional Thai Costume Contest and Talent Show
  • lucky draw featuring the grand prize of two return flight tickets from Kuala Lumpur to Bangkok sponsored by Thai Airways International, a two-night hotel stay and Supanniga river dinner cruise
  • shopping vouchers
  • cookware
  • goodie bags.

Visitors can also look forward to taking part in exciting workshops, from Thai food and dessert making to the art of pandan leaf folding. Enjoy non-stop fun and entertainment with Hanuman mask painting for kids, a Thai kickboxing demonstration, cultural performances, face painting and a balloon clown.

DITP extends its appreciation to Jaya Grocer and other event partners for their enthusiasm and support in helping make this event happen; and for generously contributing towards the shared vision of bringing the best of Thailand to Malaysia. This four-day food extravaganza is poised to provide Malaysian consumers with greater choice and better quality products that are the pride of Thailand, all under one roof.

Thailand Food Fair 2019, 25 – 28 July 2019

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience some of Thailand’s finest food and cultural offerings and so much more. See you all at The Starling Mall!

For more information on the event, please contact:
Ninasrin Radenarmad (Ms) Marketing Officer
Officer of Commercial Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy-Kuala Lumpur Department of International Trade Promotion
Ministry of Commerce
Tel: +03 2142 4601, 2145 8545
Fax: +603 2148 9818
Website: http://www.thaitrade.com / http://www.ditp.go.th Email: enquiry@thaitrade.my

“RAGE”- A New Cafe Concept In KL

This home-grown Malaysian tech startup has been the talk of the town for reinventing the local coffee scene in the Klang Valley with a refreshing new cafe concept and mobile application, DrinkRage.

(Left) Jevin Singh, CEO & Co-Founder of RAGE; Makissa Sophia, Chief Community Officer of RAGE + DrinkRage App

Armed with a catchy “RAGE to #NeverSettle” tagline, the brand hopes to assemble go-getters, dream chasers and entrepreneurs to do what they love, and #NeverSettle, while fuelling themselves with specialty coffee and other sumptuous offerings.

 

RAGE is the brainchild of Jevin Singh, and it aims to be much more than your typical instagrammable cafe. What sets RAGE apart from your copy-and-paste coffee chain is their focus on technology and community.

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With their app DrinkRage, they don’t aspire to only sell you coffee, but rather deliver inspiration on demand. Within the app, there is also a specific community tab which allows fellow RAGERs to sign up for events and build relationships with people who enjoy the same cup of coffee.

“Most relationships start over a drink and very often that happens to be a caffeinated beverage. It can be as easy as ‘Hey, let’s go and grab a cup of coffee’,” emphasised CEO and Co-Founder of RAGE, Jevin Singh.

“We want everyone to walk into any RAGE outlet and feel the close-knit communal spirit that we aspire to create across all outlets. Even the interior is build with a focus on Relationships-First; most of the seating we have are communal long tables and we even have a “RAGE room” where you and your friends get to let out some steam after a stressful day at work”.

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Upon realising the energising power of caffeine to keep the working crowd constantly revitalised, RAGE is among the first in the market to develop an application called DrinkRage, which allows RAGERs to pre order their drinks and even get it delivered.

To ensure maximum freshness, RAGE uses a micro-delivery model within a geofence from each RAGE outlet. At the moment, delivery areas are mostly targeted at high density office areas such as KL Sentral and Bangsar LRT station. Members can now get their caffeine fix in just a few taps and have it sent to their doorstep without having to leave the office!

People are forever in a hurry and with so little time to waste, RAGE aspires to be a part of a solution that helps make the experience of ordering coffee and other caffeinated beverages, a smooth and efficient transaction. Upon placing an order, RAGERs can expect their coffee to be ready for pickup when they arrive or delivered within 20 minutes by an assigned runner.

For those who dread the morning coffee queues, DrinkRage offers you the perfect pre-order solution. And those of us who aren’t lucky enough to have a dedicated runner to pick up coffee for us, DrinkRage offers you the perfect “tea runner” on demand while in the office.

AN INSPIRED COMMUNITY

As a brand that advocates building meaningful relationships and facilitating stronger connections, communal seating is conveniently offered at RAGE’s flagship store situated in Menara UOA Bangsar, which encourages interaction between all guests of the outlet.

The brand is also heavily invested in curating workshops in hopes to support aspiring individuals and tie the working community closer together. From movie nights to personal branding and motivational talks, RAGE has curated a fascinating lineup of interactive activities in store for all its members. To stay in-the-know, RAGERs can check out the DrinkRage app and sign up to join in on the conversation.

“Most of what we do at RAGE revolves around our goal of promoting the urge to #NeverSettle. It is our belief that every individual stands to benefit from interacting with other interesting individuals. That is when differing perspectives are gained; ideas propagate and sometimes turn into action,” says Makissa Sophia, Chief Community Officer of RAGE.

RAGE is also a strong proponent of working with other local businesses and places strong emphasis on participating in the circular economy. Circularity has never been more prevalent and necessary than it is now, therefore RAGE has taken the initiative to put systems in place. Collaborating with eco and chemical-friendly beauty brand ‘The Mineraw’, RAGE’s coffee waste is the star and vital component in their body, face and lip scrub produced by these ethical connoisseurs.

GET REVITALISED

Of course, most important of all, customers can rest assure that good quality coffee comes at an affordable price range and it doesn’t stop there –– vegans and lactose-intolerant RAGERs are given an extensive range of alternatives to dairy milk such as oat milk, soy milk and even coconut milk!

All recipes in the RAGE menu are meticulously crafted, seeking to offer customers the perfect balance of taste and nutrition. The flagship store in Bangsar is also vegan-friendly as they serve plant-based food and to keep taste buds aroused, the RAGE menu is constantly reinventing itself.

Spreading energy and motivation at five locations in less than two months, the ambitious startup aims to have a total of 50 outlets in full operation by H2 2020, and hopes to encourage more individuals to punch through the fatigue and revitalise themselves by using the DrinkRage app.

For orders made via the DrinkRage application starting from 22nd of July to 18th of August, members will get a promotional rate at RM 5 (Black Coffee), RM 6 (White Coffee and Matcha) and RM 7 (Specialty Drinks) across all outlets! *Alternative milk options will cost an extra RM2.