These are all the posts that have been tagged with Europe.
Twenty years ago, illy pioneered in-home espresso preparation with the launch of the X1 Machine. Designed by Luca Trazzi, the machine became a design icon and precursor in the world of coffee machines.
Only a few months after the major announcement that UTZ and the Rainforest Alliance have announced the intention to merge by the end of this year.
Is there an equitable solution to raising coffee producers’ profitability? A few weeks ago, I attended the World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellin, Colombia (I recapped the event in my blog that week).
The First World Coffee Producers Forum was held in the city of Medellín, Colombia, 10-12 July.
For the third consecutive year, Nestlé, maker of the Nescafé Azera coffee brand, has teamed up with Crown Aerosols & Speciality Packaging Europe, for the launch of a series of limited-edition tins.
With government support and private-sector interest, Georgia aims to rebuild its once highly regarded and significant tea industry – dating back to the Russian Empire – that was destroyed following the collapse of the Soviet Union.
As growing numbers of people in Central and Eastern Europe welcome the Western coffee shop culture, the number of coffee chains across the region continues to expand.
The Lavazza Group has purchased a significant equity stake in Kicking Horse Coffee, Ltd, a leading Canadian organic and fair-trade coffee player.
Spotlight: Eastern Europe Guarana; Single Serve; Soluble Coffee; Packaging Roasting/Grinding/Processing Origin Highlight: India (Tea) Profile: TBA Bonus Show Distribution: SCAE World of Coffee; World Tea Expo
TEWS Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG, headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, has acquired the moisture measurement system iScan from the Icelandic company, Intelscan.
At the conclusion of every SCAA Expo I’ve attended since joining T&CTJ, I always have the same thought, “I need more time.” I continually feel there are more booths I need to visit, people to see and of course, coffee to taste.
Costa Coffee opened its new roastery in March signaling a major milestone in the business’ expansion to meet the company’s growing global demand.
Starbucks Coffee Company announced its newest Roastery location will be in Piazza Cordusio in Milan, Italy.
The first of this two-part series examines new categories of added value associated with specialty coffee, particularly specialty coffee sourced directly from individual farms in small lots through a transparent and traceable model.