|Type||Privately owned company|
|Chairman: Mr. Richard Yeung|
|Parent||Convenience Retail Asia|
|Website||Saint Honore Cake Shop|
Saint Honore Cake Shop (Chinese: 聖安娜餅屋; Jyutping: sing3 on1 naa4 beng2 uk1) is one of the largest bakery and cake chain stores in Hong Kong. By 2009, it had over 80 outlets in Hong Kong. It is parented by Convenience Retail Asia Limited, the retailing flagship of Li & Fung.
- 1973: Saint Honore Cake Shop Limited was established with the first shop set up in Happy Valley, Hong Kong.
- 1991: It was acquired by Hong Kong Catering Management Limited[dead link] (formerly Yaohan International Caterers
- 1992: It opened its first outlet in Macau.
- 1993: It established an automated bakery production line in Kowloon Bay.
- 1995: It established an automated manufacturing plant in Shenzhen.
- 1997: It was awarded ISO 9001 certificate.
- 2000: Saint Honore Holdings Limited (Chinese: 聖安娜控股有限公司) (SEHK: 192) was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
- 2002: It opened its first outlet in Canton.
- 2007: It was acquired and privatized by Convenience Retail Asia.
- Convenience Retail Asia To Aquire [sic] Saint Honore
- St Honore in Hong Kong
- Saint Honore Cake Shop Ltd.
- "False Alarm at Hong Kong Bakery". AP NEWS. 25 November 1997. Retrieved 5 November 2020..
- Saint Honore Holdings Limited Archived 2009-01-05 at the Wayback Machine
- Network expansion, incremental sales and Saint Honore acquisition spur Convenience Retail Asia’s third quarter results[permanent dead link]
- SAINT HONORE<00192> - Withdrawal of Listing
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