Scottish barista wins national Starbucks competition
Scotland’s Fraser Gold has been crowned the best barista in the UK.
Starbucks Reserve Roasteries launches new All Across Africa merch collection
The new merchandise is made by women working with All Across Africa, an organization helping artisans in rural Africa bring their products to the global marketplace.
Starbucks Japan opens new store focused on coffee grounds circularity
The store in Togane City is the second in Japan to be certified under the Greener Stores Framework, aimed at accelerating the transformation of retail towards lower-impact stores.
Starbucks & McDonalds halt operations in Russia
Starbucks, McDonalds and other US food and beverage companies and quick serve restaurant chains pause operations in Russia.
Healthy innovations & new consumers fuel US RTD coffee growth
Attractive across an increasingly wider range of US demographics, RTD coffee counts millennials, in particular, among its largest consumers, but targeting new consumers is also a key opportunity in drawing additional beverage drinkers into the fold.
Think before you drink those coffee chain holiday beverages…
The Grinch is always trying ruin Christmas, and this year it seems he is trying to steal the fun from the festive seasonal drinks on coffeehouse menus! A new study from Kent Express has revealed the ‘most sugary’ holiday drinks, one of which contains double the recommended daily allowance.
CAC Conference stressed the need to do more for the entire supply chain
The Coffee Association of Canada virtually gathered the coffee community on 16 and 17 November, with informative and entertaining reflections and concrete strategies that embodied the conference’s theme of Refilling Our Cup.
Starbucks brings the ‘merry’ with seasonal beverage offerings
Starbucks is ringing in the festive season with returning holiday favourites, plus a new Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte.
Beware of the Pumpkin Spice Latte…
We may be nearing the end of ‘pumpkin spice latte’ season – and heading into ‘peppermint mocha’ season – but not before a new study warns of the high sugar content in many a coffee consumer’s favourite autumnal beverage flavouring — pumpkin spice.
Nestlé and Starbucks to bring RTD coffee beverages to Southeast Asia, Oceania & Latin America
The two companies plan to offer popular Starbucks Ready-to-Drink coffee beverages to reach consumers across the regions.
Starbucks announces leadership promotions
Starbucks Corporation has announced several leadership appointments to advance the company’s strategic business goals and position Starbucks on a clear growth path for the future.
Starbucks brings back personal reusable cups to its US cafés
Starbucks is safely reintroducing personal reusable cups across company-operated stores in the US this month.
Starbucks launches new Spring products, offers Oatly oatmilk across the US
Spring has arrived at Starbucks with the debut of its latest menu, which includes a new line of non-dairy iced shaken espresso and the US launch of Oatly oatmilk.
Will we see the return of reusable products?
There is no question that the impact reusable products were having in the hospitality industry was nothing but significant, with its importance only growing. Over the last year they have been widely forced aside and the question now, however, is whether the catering, hospitality, and takeaway industry will ever see a widespread return of them? Catering24 CEO Steve Lloyd reports.