*Bonne journée* is along the lines of "Have a good day!" [Something you say as you leave during the day.] After 6:00pm, you would say *Bonne soirée* when you leave.
January 29, 2015
It is also a popular bakery (boulangerie) in many metro stations.
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Bonne Journée is a well-established bakery market leader on the Paris metro. It can be found at over 46 stations across the metro network as well as in a number of railway stations and motorways in France, with a total of 66 outlets outlets across the country. Flagship stores include those at Opéra and Gare de Lyon metro stations.
Bonne Journée offers quick and convenient choices for commuters and travellers. At breakfast, customers can choose from a wide selection of pastries such as croissants and pain au chocolat. At lunch-time, there's a full range of hot snacks, sandwiches, and paninis, freshly prepared by staff in store.
Originally launched in 1989, the Bonne Journée brand was acquired by SSP in 2003. In 2013, the brand created a loyalty scheme in partnership with the metro ticketing system Navigo which allows travellers to pay for their purchases and collect loyalty points on their travel card.
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