These are all the posts that have been tagged with Europe.
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.
June was my busiest “trade show month” of the year. I began in Las Vegas, Nevada for World Tea Expo, then headed to Amsterdam, Netherlands for World of Coffee and ended the month in New York, New York (my hometown) for the Fancy Food Show.
Tea & Coffee World Cup heads to Birmingham, England for our 2018 exhibition and symposium — the first Tea & Coffee World Cup to be held in the United Kingdom.
Bristol, England-based Extract Coffee Roasters has opened a new barista training facility in London made from recycled materials destined for landfill.
Starbucks has a new strategic licensing agreement with the farmer-owned dairy cooperative Arla Foods.
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) has announced Colombia as this year’s official Portrait Country at World of Coffee Amsterdam (WOC).
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) has partnered with the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) to launch an annual World of Coffee Dubai trade show within the GulfHost Show beginning March 2020.
Synergy Flavours Inc, a leading supplier of flavours, extracts and essences for the global food and beverage industry, recently announced its acquisition of Janoušek, one of the world’s first suppliers of herbal extracts and natural flavouring and an expert in Italian flavour profiles.
Starbucks Corporation announced on 6 May that it will form a global coffee alliance with Nestlé SA to accelerate and grow the global reach of Starbucks brands in consumer packaged goods (CPG) and foodservice.
Many of the most popular teas in the world are flavoured, but properly flavouring teas requires a deep understanding and a lot of skill.
Ally Coffee, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, opened a new global specialty headquarters office and education lab in Greenville, South Carolina in January 2018.
With a booming tea-consuming market that shows no signs of slowing, foreign tea brands are expanding production capacities in Poland.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is very pleased to announce that David Veal, executive ambassador of the Speciality Coffee Association, will be giving a keynote presentation on “The Changing Speciality Coffee Culture in the UK” at this year’s Tea & Coffee World Cup (3-5 September 2018).