What’s the difference between Natural and Organic coffee? And what about Jamaica Blue Mountain? The amazing infographic below illustrates the key terms for each letter. Of course, there are much more coffee words out there, but Gimoka Coffee UK picked the
Month: February 2016
DUBAI – Coffee Planet, a UAE coffee supplier, is expanding into the UK market, marking its entry into Europe. According to Gulf News, after opening an office in the UK two months ago, the company is looking to set up
UK – Tesco has taken full ownership in artisan-style coffee chain Harris + Hoole, in a sign the supermarket giant is not giving up on its attempts to diversify into non-grocery ventures, The Guardian reported. Harris + Hoole now has 43
London was a pioneer in a new trend that is growing across Europe. It’s called “specialty coffee” and goes through consumers education, exploration, knowledge, and awareness for quality coffee. It may not be a coincidence if the coffee market in the
Intergastra, one of the most important international trade fairs in Europe, returns at Messe Stuttgart from 20 to 24 February 2016. A huge overview of new developments and innovations in the hospitality branch (hotel, gastronomy, community catering, confectionary, and of
Serious water shortages brought by the El Niño weather phenomenon are expected to hit coffee production in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, the country’s key growing region, in the first half of 2016, an industry body said on Tuesday, according to the Vietnam
One of the world’s leading coffee chains, Dunkin’ Donuts, announced that it has made significant strides in its European expansion efforts in 2015 with the opening of 55 new restaurants with its franchisees across the region. Over the past year, the
Hotelympia, the UK’s largest foodservice and hospitality event, returns to London’s ExCeL from February 29th to March 3rd. The exhibition brings in the UK the broadest range of future trends, fresh talent and attractions, new products, key exhibitors and insightful speakers.
Although the UK has always been a tea loving country, lately coffee has been gaining on popularity, mostly thanks to influence from the US. Coffee arrived in the United Kingdom in 17th century and the first café was opened in Oxford
76% of Korean are coffee lovers and they drink coffee with a high frequency during the day. What are the reasons why people in Korea choose cafés and bars?