PRESS & MEDIAFor all media related inquiries please contact our media team at firstname.lastname@example.orgDAILY HIVE"Hazukido, a Japanese-style French croissant chain, has officially opened its second location in Toronto after the success of its first North American store."VIEW THE VIBE"If you’re especially a fan of Hazukido’s fresh-baked croissants. The Japanese-French croissant chain has some of the most delicious pastries in the city..."TRNTO"Hazukido is opening their second Toronto location on the concourse level of First Canadian Place. Hazukido uses a combination of Japanese and French traditions..."Montreal Eater"After opening its first North American location in Toronto last year, popular Taiwanese croissant shop Hazukido has set its sights on Montreal."NARCITY TORONTO"Over 3,000 orders came flooding in as soon as it opened!"Culture Magazine"Taiwan-based Hazukido is the newest kid to the Canadian fancy croissant scene."BlogTO"Hazukido is an international bakery chain specializing in Japanese croissants."Foodism Toronto"World-renowned croissant chain Hazukido has landed at Bay and Dundas with their very first North American installment."BlogTO"Here are food and restaurant chains that opened in Toronto this past year. Hazukido Toronto Yonge and Dundas..."THE STAR"The latest food spot that saw lines upon its grand opening — even amid the pandemic — is the first North American location of Taiwanese-based croissant franchise Hazukido."TASTETORONTO"Hazukido's pastries are the perfect balance between salty, sweet, buttery and crispiness in every bite."Daily Hive"A bakery dedicated to a huge variety of croissants is opening its first location in North America"TRNTO"Hazukido's meticulously-made croissants are no average pastries" blogTO"Get ready for some savoury goodness" NARCITY"Indulge in all the croissants of your dreams at this unique shop opening next month."CURIOCITY"A Famous Chain With Wild Croissant Creations Is Arriving In Downtown Toronto."Toronto Diary 多伦多吃喝玩乐"好消息！台湾超人气可颂牛角包 " DAILY HIVE"Hazukido, Japanese-French pastry chain, plans to open its very first Vancouver location."