Before coronavirus hit, the UK had a thriving coffee shop culture, with around 26,000 coffee shops across the country. But by the end of March 2020, many coffee shops were closed, or only open for takeaway. Up to 92% of
Author: Jennifer Ferreira
Future grounds: How coffee grounds can be used in the circular economy
China And Its ‘New Retail’ Strategy For Coffee
Turkish Coffee Culture: An Intangible Cultural Heritage
Turkey has a long-established coffee culture with a rich history that has become ingrained in many elements of Turkish culture. Deemed so important in 2013 UNESCO inscribed Turkish coffee culture and tradition into the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Consumption of coffee in Turkey for 2017 was still relatively low compared to many European countries but Turkey has experienced a growth in many coffee shop chains over recent years, including the global giant Starbucks and its competitors.
Coffee and Transport Hubs: Specialty Coffee Consumption Growths in Train Stations
Thinking about the “Waves of Coffee”
Coffee Shops: Is Fair to Reduce the Use of Wifi?
People working on laptops, or sitting looking at their smartphones in a cafe is a common scene. A recurring conversation takes place in the coffee shop industry about whether coffee shops should provide wifi, power outlets, etc. with some arguing that if
Coffee Shops: A Look at Changing Trends
One of the leading figures in the coffee industry, James Hoffman, co-founder of Square Mile Coffee Roasters, has often thought about the changes taking place in the coffee industry, and has made predictions about what might happen in the future, on his
Coffee With A Conscience: Social Enterprises In The Coffee Shop Industry
How The Coffee Industry Has Been Engaging With The Circular Economy
Last month, Jennifer Ferreira, a researcher in the Centre for Business in Society at Coventry University and Opinion Leader at CoffeeBI, gave a guest lecture at Leiden University in the Netherlands to talk about the coffee shop industry, recycling and