Whitbread intends to demerge Costa Coffee from its other activities and look at the impact Costa could have in China. As stated by the Financial Times, in fact, it seems that the company is ready to make a tea-drinking country
Month: April 2018
Farmers in the Cibulao village have been using the coffee plant to protect the forest against illegal exploitation, as reported by The Jakarta Post. The coffee farmers’ movement was started by three siblings, Kiryono, Jumpono, and Dasim, all of whom are
The coffee chain Boston Tea Party will be the first chain in Britain to announce a definite ban on disposable cups. As stated by The Independent, the company will banish disposable cups in June, and take the lead in the
Have you ever had conversations with your customers about your coffee and the way it was roasted? Sure, most of them are interested in the way the coffee beans, that find their way into our coffee, are sourced and roasted. But,
It is becoming essential, to use a good quality coffee bean, to have a tasting session of brewed coffee. This is called “cupping” and it was a common industry practice in the United States in the 1800s. As reported by
For the first time ever, Tea & Coffee World Cup will be giving companies access to the UK tea and coffee markets. After the successful 2017 show in Singapore, a survey was sent to the industry and the UK emerged
The Colombian government will not be offering immediate subventions to coffee farmers due to budget constraints this year. This comes at a time when coffee producers are plagued with low prices and heavy rains, said the head of the
The latest UK coffee trend seems to be mushroom coffee, and it is spreading fast. As reported by the Telegraph, consumers can find this type of coffee in supermarkets and in cafes, and it can be used as an anti-inflammatory beverage.
The coffee market is now clearly split into portioned coffee and Whole grain / Roast&Ground coffee. In Italy, the market share increased by 20% and ESE by 5%, when the overall market is stable. It means that the commodity, simplicity and quality of these products are satisfying more and more consumers.
Now, as a roaster company or independent Barista, you want to launch your own products, how can you do that and what are the main parameters to control when developing your portioned coffee? [Sign in to continue]
If you want to know which trends are thriving in the year 2018, you should read this article carefully. As reported by The Independent, Jonathan Wadham (Rombouts’ coffee expert), Rick Tingley (coffee specialist at Taylors of Harrogate) and Gennaro Pelliccia