Coffee Symposium 2021 | Coffee consumption and the changes caused by the pandemic

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March 10, 2021|Coffee consumption and the changes caused by the pandemic

2021 11.00 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. (Home) Office coffee solutions – the overseen market. The coffee market has changed. Around half of the coffee consumed in Germany is drunk at home, around a quarter of the coffee in offices and companies before the pandemic. Home office and changed working methods have led to massive changes in the coffee market, Dr. Aris Kaschefi paints a picture of the situation. Dr. Aris Kaschefi, Managing Director of the Federal Association of the German Vending Machine Industry, Germany

11.30 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. “We’ll brew again” – How sales in “Brotmanufaktur Kraus GmbH” have changed or shifted due to the lockdown. Bakeries have discovered coffee for themselves and generate a large proportion of their sales (from the sale of coffee beverages to sales with snacks). In the meantime, bakeries have also advanced to become points of sale of coffee beans, the quality provided is right and the coffee beans are special (but not readily available everywhere). Raphael Kraus, Managing Director of PanPan Brotmanufaktur Kraus GmbH, Wiehl

12.30pm – 1.30pm Coffee technology – the new demands. How manufacturers reacted upon coronavirus with technology. Marko Bachmann (Eversys S.A.), Ulli Ehlers (Marco Beverage Systems Ltd.)

1.30 p.m. – 2.00 p.m., stage 3 How we drink coffee today – a market analysis pre and post coronavirus. The market researcher Mariano Peluso shows the changes in the market and consumption in Europe due to the pandemic. Many small changes as well as dramatic picture of a new coffee market scenario to which all market participants have to be aware. Mariano Peluso, CoFounder & Research Manager, COFFEEBI, Moderation: Dr. Steffen Schwarz, CEO, Coffee Consulate

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