BANANAS, Vietnam — BANANA is a triple-factorial factory, and that’s exactly what the owner is hoping to achieve when it opens this year.
The first phase of the BANAMAN complex is about the creation of a food and beverage chain that will serve as a hub for a billion people who are hungry for a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
The second phase will be the expansion of the business from an indoor farm to a fully-fledged restaurant that can serve over 30,000 people daily.
And the third phase is a pilot project that will provide a food delivery service to the capital of Thailand, as well as its main tourist destinations.
Branching out to more than 20 countries and territories, the company is hoping that it can eventually serve 50 million people.
“This is the start of a new business that is growing fast and reaching global scale,” said Binh Hoang, the CEO of BANAS.
This is why we are going to open our first factory in the Philippines, because it will be able to serve over 10 million people every day.
Binh said the company plans to be able serve as many as 15 million people by 2020.
After BANAMA, Binh’s company will open a second facility in Malaysia, which he expects to be the market leader.
As the global population continues to grow, Binhs plans to expand to Thailand in the near future.
Binhs, who is also the CEO and founder of BANGKOK, the national currency, is also a member of the Thai Development Bank, and he plans to open an office in Thailand in 2020.
He is also planning to open a branch in India and Vietnam in the next year.