Tealive outlets stay open despite injunction


Business as usual: Customers lining to get their drinks at a Tealive store in a popular shopping mall.

PETALING JAYA: Tealive outlets are still very much alive amid a legal tussle between its operator Loob Holding Sdn Bhd and rival Chatime Taiwanese owner La Kaffa International Co Ltd.

A check by The Star at an outlet operating out of a shopping mall here found that it was business as usual, with dozens of patrons lining up for bubble tea.

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