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.
With the goal of driving sustained, long-term and profitable growth in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) through strategic licensed partnerships, Starbucks intends to restructure its back-office support functions.
A fire broke out at one of Europe’s largest coffee roasteries.
Multinational coffeehouse chain, Caffè Nero, is giving away 10,000 complimentary coffees this October to celebrate 10 million stamps being awarded to customers through its year-old loyalty payment app.
As specialty coffee production and processing continues, Central America’s origin countries are developing their own iterations of specialty coffee to meet rising local demand.
Tea remains the preferred cup in the United Kingdom – at least that was evident at this year’s Tea & Coffee World Cup, which was held in Birmingham, England, 3-5 September – but the interest in and growth of specialty coffee is strong.
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) has partnered with the Association for Science and Information on Coffee (ASIC) to host the 27th biennial ASIC conference in Portland, Oregon.
The Coca-Cola Company has agreed to buy Costa Coffee chain for $5.1 billion (approximately £3.9 billion) including debt to extend its push into healthier drinks and take on Starbucks Coffee and Nestlé in the global coffee market.
Nestlé and Starbucks Corporation today (28 August) announced the closing of the deal granting Nestlé the perpetual rights to market Starbucks Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) and Foodservice products globally, outside of the company’s coffee shops.
Ahlstrom-Munksjö reinforces its market position in the tea and coffee industry and modernizes its production platform in its Beverage & Casing business by purchasing a second-hand Voith paper-making line.
In many parts of the world, it’s summer, and for a lot of us, it’s been a particularly hot and humid one, which has been quite beneficial for ready-to-drink coffee (RTD) — be it cold brew or iced coffee (including iced cappuccinos and espressos).
Today, Starbucks Coffee Company announced it will eliminate single-use plastic straws from its more than 28,000 company-operated and licensed stores by making a straw-less lid or alternative-material straw options available, around the world by 2020.