A FLAPJACK company has opened a third cafe to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Oatopia, based in Dolphin Road, Shoreham, opened a cafe in Shoreditch on Tuesday, adding to its two pre-existing venues in Wembley and Croydon.

Yasmin Coleman, Oatopia founder, said: "We are thrilled to be opening our third site in Shoreditch Boxpark, offering a range of vegan and non-vegan food offerings.

"We are eager to continue to grow our customer base across London and share our love for oats."

Oatopia started by providing food and drinks at cross country running events and festivals such as Latitude Festival and Goodwood Festival of Speed before opening its first cafe in Croydon in 2017.

The business started selling freshly made speciality porridge, artisan flapjacks, barista coffee, smoothies, toasted bagels, vegan burgers and more.

Oatopia's products are also available online on their website; they can be bought in small portions or wholesale.

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The second cafe opened at Boxpark Wembley a year later, and they have opened their third physical site in Shoreditch.

Artisan flapjack company Oatopia is working with Brighton digital marketing agency CEEK as it plans significant growth and expansion to mark its 10th anniversary.

Despite the pandemic and lockdowns, the Oatopia team has embarked on an expansion and growth programme with CEEK Marketing running search engine optimisation, social media and online advertising campaigns.

CEEK managing director Charlie Terry said: "Oatopia's delicious range of flapjacks has proved incredibly popular, and we plan on establishing Oatopia as the market leader over the next 12 months."

"Opening the cafes has shown that there is a demand for a physical presence providing delicious breakfasts and lunches to commuters, shoppers and those attending events at Wembley Stadium."

"It is a great time for this established Sussex business to continue its growth, and we are delighted to be supporting them every step of the way."