Puccino’s, the coffee shop chain, is to stock products supplied by Moma, the breakfast stall concept, across its 33 UK stores. Moma - the seven strong transport hub stall operator, which serves breakfast pots of oats, yoghurt, apple juice and fruit - started at Waterloo station in London in 2006. This latest listing in the coffee shop chain comes as Moma, which has a £1.25m turnover, plans on expansion. Segafredo Zanetti, the Italian coffee group, placed its Puccino’s coffee shop business into administration last December. It appointed Tenon Recovery as administrators and closed 29 stores. However, the move did not affect 43 sites, which were transferred to Puccino’s Worldwide, a Segafredo subsidiary – where Moma products will now be stocked. Moma products are also stocked by Ocado, Selfridges and Waitrose.