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The digital Tea & Coffee World Cup is fast approaching

I cannot believe that it is already August, but it is, which means that Tea & Coffee World Cup is only weeks away! Our first virtual conference debuts 8 September but registrants will have one month following the launch to view all the presentations. The digital Tea & Coffee World Cup (TCWC) will be a combination of lectures and skill-building classes, as well as a virtual exhibition hall.

Coffee vs tea vs soft drinks: what “CCB” do countries prefer?

I recently came across a study into caffeine consumption of 57 countries that examined the role caffeine plays in our diets and revealed what caffeine source each country prefers. The study, conducted by researchers in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, Illinois), used 2017 volume sales of caffeine-containing beverages (CCB) from London-based global market intelligence firm, Euromonitor International.

Sintercafe revealed that we are all in this together

This past November, the global coffee community virtually gathered at Sintercafe to share insights, challenges and opportunities in this evolving world. In this guest blog, Anne-Marie Hardie discusses the talks at Sintercafe that shared positive attributes the pandemic has revealed about the coffee industry.

Global drinks trends in 2020

A recent Euromonitor International webinar discussed global drinks trends amid Covid-19, particularly the collapse of on trade, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and new ways to reach consumers in the home. The webinar focused on three key trends: the collapse of on trade, home as an entertainment hub and premiumisation reimagined.

Is Dalgona coffee just a quarantine craze?

With stay-at-home directives still in place in many cities around the world, new trends are starting to emerge as stir-crazy people are finding inventive ways to pass the time and amuse themselves. One of these trends is making Dalgona coffee.

Drinking mindfully with coffee and tea

There has been a noticeable push into alcoholic drinks on the part of coffee and tea in recent years as some spirits companies are looking to better position their portfolios to align with the mindful drinking trend, while others are using coffee and tea to create interesting new flavour combinations. However, learning from the spirits industry does not necessarily have to mean making alcoholic products. 

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