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Drinking coffee is a modern Greek tradition

Coffee remains the dominant hot beverage in Greece but there has been an uptick in herbal/botanical teas, particularly, with both showing tepid growth despite rising costs, the country’s economic woes and other external issues. By Eugene Gerden.

The pandemic spurs an ever-increasing demand for wellness teas

As consumers actively seek food and beverages that support their physical and mental wellbeing, from boosting immune systems, enhancing moods, sustaining energy, and reducing stress, the functional/wellness category will continue to experience strong growth. For the tea industry, this is an opportune moment on which to capitalise.

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Drink [coffee] to your mental health!

Covid-19 has made consumers look for healthy ways to combat stress, anxiety and depression by way of food and beverage items, with functional coffees being one of the most popular. Coffee brands can appeal to new consumers while differentiating themselves in the increasingly competitive world of functional products.

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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.

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