The holidays have arrived at Starbucks around the world, with flavours that are symbolic of the season – along with a few surprises.
The International Coffee Organization announced that total coffee exports increased each year since 2010-11 with a new record reached in 2017-18 at 121.86 million bags, 2% higher than 2016-17.
Between 16-18 November, Ketan Patel, director, Jalinga Tea, West Bengal, India, urges the world to join him in improving the lives of Assam tea estate workers and their children at the first Jalinga Charity Tea Run.
Jennifer Liu of The Coffee Academics, Hong Kong, will be opening the conference, 24 September 2019.
Strong Woman joins Strong Man as Extract Coffee Roasters 2018 limited edition espresso, of which £1 per kg is being donated to community-based charities.
Roqberry has introduced six new artisan teas in its product range.
After unveiling its new rebranding designed to emphasize its beverage-focused strategy, Dunkin’ (formerly Dunkin’ Donuts) has revealed one of the most significant product initiatives in the brand’s recent history.
Holiday-flavoured beverages, the Christmas Blend, seasonal cups and a new limited-edition reusable cup are making their annual debut in Starbucks stores across the United States and Canada today (2 November).
Peet’s Coffee, is unveiling its 2018 holiday offerings 1 November.
Nescafé will launch two new RTD drinks in the new year with Cold Whipped Lattes and Coffee Protein Smoothies.
Bird & Wild coffee have been awarded the Global Impact Award for their coffee produced in partnership with the RSPB.
Starbucks is stirring up a new Halloween concoction this year with Witch’s Brew Frappuccino blended beverage.