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The Middle East and Gulf region has a market of between 4.5 and 5 million 60-kilogram bags. As the main hub for the region, Dubai has long been the trend setter for the region and at the center of any new development.
The first 3 Arab countries leading the list of coffee consumers (kg per capita) are: Lebanon, Algeria and Qatar, Egypt.
The history of coffee houses in Europe were developed with the arrival of coffee, a new and delicious drink able to wake up people’s imagination and strength. From wine, the typical drink of pubs, which slows down ideas and conversation, everything changed with the introduction of coffee, a new dynamic and active drink. Europe is covered by different coffee houses, such as the Danish Coffee Collective or Caffè Florian, but where you can drink the best coffee?
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The coffee bean is one of the world’s most valuable agricultural products from the tropics: it’s worth over $100 billion worldwide. The coffee chain is characterised by a huge difference between production and consumption: on one side we have 25 million small farmers producing 80% of the world’s total coffee supply, for less than $2 a day, on the other side we have the “Big Four” coffee roasting companies – Kraft, P&G, Sara Lee and Nestle – buying about 50% of the coffee produced worldwide. This make the relation between buyers and producers in the coffee chain [Sign in to continue]