Bakery chain Crostini closed down its stores for good on Wednesday, citing the end of the government’s rent deferral scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Bakery chain Crostini closed down its stores for good on Wednesday, citing the end of the government’s rent deferral scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang

Complaints filed with Hong Kong consumer watchdog over more than HK$100,000 in Crostini vouchers, with bakery chain among latest closures amid rent woes

  • Customers left with invalid coupons as Crostini bakery chain folds, citing end of government’s rent-deferral scheme
  • Chain owner says he has chalked up HK$80 million in bank loans to cover staff wages

Bakery chain Crostini closed down its stores for good on Wednesday, citing the end of the government’s rent deferral scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
Bakery chain Crostini closed down its stores for good on Wednesday, citing the end of the government’s rent deferral scheme. Photo: Sam Tsang
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