As I write this column I am on a plane en route to the United Kingdom for Tea & Coffee World Cup.
TWG Tea entered the European market with the launch of two stand-alone tea salons and boutiques in the heart of London, in Knightsbridge and Leicester Square.
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.
With mothers in mind, TWG Tea introduces Breakfast Queen Tea, in time for Mother’s Day.
On 3 September 2018, Birmingham, UK will be welcoming around 100 exhibitors and 3,000 visitors from all corners of the globe with one thing in common – a passion for tea and coffee.
This Valentine’s Day, TWG Tea invites tea lovers to embrace the season of flowers and romance with TWG Tea’s collection inspired by the blush hues of the delicate rose.
Usher in the Year of the Dog with TWG Tea’s first Haute Couture Tea of the year, the Breakfast Bulldog Tea, a bright and sunny morning blend.
This month, TWG Tea is opening a new flagship travel retail boutique concept in Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 4.
With the official arrival of fall this Friday (22 Sept), Starbucks is celebrating the flavours and colours of the season with the debut of new beverages and seasonally-designed cups.
The rise of emerging markets across Southeast Asia for more than two decades has brought about a stunning rise in coffee consumption to the region’s already fast-expanding economies. From the biggest players in the traditional markets like the Philippines and Japan, to new giants such as China, South Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam, this is a welcome development for the coffee market and analysts expect the Asia coffee boom to set new records for world growth in coming years.
The Asia Pacific market is expected to continue to experience dramatic coffee growth in the coming years. However, local brands–and mixes–dominate, so international players looking to enter the ASEAN market must ensure their brands “feel local” and cater to local tastes.
Flexicon Corporation has launched a 157-page German language website to support the company’s factory-direct sales office in Aschaffenburg, Germany.