The hot coffee delivery model, launched by the Chinese company Luckin, is fueling the debate among operators: May this new model change coffee habits?Read more
While in the U.S and Europe the newest trend topic is Cold Brew or Nitro Cold Brew, on the otherRead more
The data for the sector was released in Milan for the presentation of the twentieth edition of Venditalia, the mostRead more
Germany is the largest market in Europe for professional coffee machines. The demand for machines continues to increase thanks to new investments and the opening of new activities (e.g. coffee shops, bakeries serving coffee and coffee corners). In 2016, sales grew by 3.8% and are expected to increase by 4% on average in the next three years. [Sign in to continue]
Preliminary results on the European coffee markets show that the consumption in EU28 increased by 6.4% in quantity in the twelve months ending November 2016.
The CoffeeBi analysis highlights that this result is due to the overall increase in coffee sales in the second part of 2016. In the first six months, consumption in EU28 stood at +1% (compared to 1st semester 2015).[Sign in to continue]
Everyone, I suppose, knows the song “Gangnam style” the K-pop single by the South Korean rapper Psy that on December 2012 became the first YouTube video to reach one billion views. Well, this song satirized “a classy girl who know how to enjoy the freedom of a cup of coffee”. In these words, all what is going on in South Korea: Coffee has become a powerful indicator of class status symbol. Moreover, coffee is the number one beverage in the country (53% of the total drink market) and has even surpassed the demand for “kimchi”, South Korea’s national dish (according to a study by the International Business Times).
On average, the study showed, South Koreans drink coffee 12.2 times per week; they eat “kimchi”, a mix of fermented vegetables that has been a part of the Korean diet since the 1500s, 11.9 times per week and white rice only 6.9 times per week. To drink a fresh bean coffee is not always cheap. In Seoul, a “cup of Joe (COJ)” is more expensive than in the U.S. (about $3.80 against $2.25 on average).[Sign in to continue]
Hawaii is not only part of a fabulous archipelago in the Pacific, rich in flowers and sea life, but also richRead more
According to a recent CoffeeBI analysis on the coffee market in Germany, three companies are ranked at the top for coffeeRead more
At the time of writing, we do not yet know what will happen to the European coffee economy after the BritishRead more
Only two countries, Italy and Germany, account for two thirds of total production. Half of the main production sites are located in Italy, while other numerous sites are located in Switzerland and Spain [Sign in to continue]