Australia’s top coffee chain is preparing to introduce a “green eggs and ham” breakfast service for customers who want to get their fix of coffee and eggs, but the company is not ready to go full-on green yet.
Green Eggs and Ham is expected to launch in October, and will be a service where customers order a coffee and egg from one of Australia’s largest coffee chains.
The Green Eggs and Hams company is preparing a green eggs and hams breakfast menu for customers to enjoy at home, and says it will include all-natural ingredients and a full breakfast service.
“Green eggs and hash browns, with sausage, bacon, ham and cheese, will be our main menu items, and the breakfast will also include a variety of breakfast sandwiches, such as egg sandwiches, scrambled eggs, pancakes, pancakes and croissants,” the company said in a statement.
The breakfast menu is a collaboration between the company and its Australian counterpart, Green Eggs International, which has been working with the company to create a green egg and ham breakfast menu.
“Our aim is to make this a meal that everyone can enjoy, but also one that is convenient for our customers, who can choose to eat a breakfast at home as they wish, or choose to enjoy our green eggs on the go,” the statement read.
“The breakfast will be served from the Green Eggs coffee shop in Melbourne’s CBD, so the menu will be tailored to suit your tastes, tastes of the neighbourhood and our customers’ preferences.”‘
We love our customers and we want them to be happy’Green Eggs has already launched in Europe and New Zealand, but it is not clear how long it will be in Australia, or what it will look like.
The company has been known to experiment with its own menu, such that it includes items that are not available in some other cafes.
Green eggs is not the only coffee chain offering breakfast.
In April, Starbucks introduced a breakfast menu in the US, and in November, Starbucks opened a cafe in Sydney that sells coffee and breakfast in a different part of the city.
The Australian company Green Eggs has said it will not be the only chain offering the breakfast menu, and has also been experimenting with breakfast sandwiches in the past.
Greenberg says that Green Eggs is not a competitor, but that they want to provide customers with a better experience.
“We’re a coffee chain, so we want to serve a range of coffee, and we’ll be serving green eggs in a variety that is sustainable,” he told The Huffington Post Australia.
“As we grow our brand, we’re going to be offering a range more in line with what our customers want.”
Green Eggs is still testing the menu, but hopes to be open in Australia within the next six months.