These are all the posts that have been tagged with Asia.
Generation 10, a provider of cloud-based commodity supply chain and financial tech solutions, based in Liverpool, England, announced the addition of RCMA Coffee division, located in Singapore, onto their commodity trade, risk and logistics management (CTRM) and data analytics platform, G10 Commodity Manager.
Two Olam International coffee plantations in Africa have achieved Rainforest Alliance and UTZ certification for over 2,500 hectares (ha) of planted Arabica coffee.
With the start of a new year, Starbucks is launching new winter beverages around the world. From Asia to the UK, Starbucks’ global customers have a wide array of new beverages from which to choose.
Spotlight: Africa Climate Change; Soluble Coffee; Roasting/Grinding/Processing Technology Origin Highlight: Iran (Tea) Bonus Show Distribution: AAFCA; Gulfood; Cafe Asia
Marseilles, France based CMA CGM announced a new direct weekly container service to Asia from the Port of New Orleans Napoleon Avenue Container Terminal.
In July, Colombia will host the first World Coffee Producers Forum, organised by the coffee-producing countries themselves, and which will bring together key actors of the coffee chain and the global industry.
Maersk Line announced today that it is buying Hamburg Süd, the German container shipping line from the Oetker Group.
Ingo Egloff and Axel Mattern, Port of Hamburg Marketing’s two joint CEOs has announced at the port’s quarterly press conference that the universal port of Hamburg’s seaborne cargo throughput has stabilised, with an upward trend discernible.
Coffee and tea importer Royal Coffee New York (RCNY) is launching its first tea course at its coffee and tea education center, The Lab, on 18 November, with an oolong-focused class.
Starbucks Coffee opened its newest flagship store in Asia, located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on 7 October.
Spotlight: Africa, Climate Change; Soluble Coffee; Roasting/Grinding/Processing Technology, Origin Highlight: Iran (Tea), Bonus Show Distribution: AFCA; Gulfood; Cafe Asia.
With an imperial monopoly on tea, silk and porcelain, the trade routes first from China to Tibet, and then to Russia, have become legends in today’s fast moving world.
Both 2015 and 2016 thus far have been dynamic times for global specialist coffee shops, with consistently growing demand for modern café experiences driving rapid innovation and growing competition in the category all over the world.
Southeast Asia: Exploring less traditional tea-growing countries Black tea elevates its reputation Special report: Ethiopia part II Sustainable packaging Origin highlight: Costa Rica
South East Asia: tea remains dominant, but coffee is thriving Special report: Vietnam part I FDA regulations: facility re-registration now mandatory Aiming to reduce coffee cup waste