A change in the name is expected for Dunkin’ Donuts reports Fortune.com. It isn’t official yet, but next year we might be calling them just “Dunkin”. After dropping off the donuts, does the company still plans to stay associated with
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Coffee Sales Tax Suit Against Dunkin’ Donuts Called Off by the Court
FDA Has Found Undeclared Ingredients in Yet Another Herbal Coffee
Coffee Pods are Gaining Popularity in Southeast Asia
Besides the sachets of instant coffee – a section of coffee industry that is highly popular in Asia, another coffee segment seems to be gaining popularity in Southeast Asia: the coffee pods. The market for coffee pods in Asia is on the rise according to en.netralnews.com and channelnewsasia.com.
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Mikel Coffee Company to Expand in UAE
Starbucks to Open Roastery in Chicago
Late this April Starbucks has announced; their Roastery is coming to Chicago as reported by Fortune.com. Inside US, the first and only operational Starbucks roastery is located in Seattle. The second one which is anticipated to become operational by 2018
Caffe Bene: Two Locations Lost in the US in Running Year
The South Korean based coffee chain Caffe Bene has lost two locations in the US so far in the running year. The first location is Caffe Bene Springfield, Missouri which was transformed into another coffeehouse in late January, according to news-leader.com.
Starbucks Announced To Hire More Veterans And Their Spouses
At their annual shareholder’s meeting in March 2017 the (then) CEO Howards Schultz made an announcement that Starbucks looks forward to hiring more veterans saying the company will hire 25,000 veterans by the year 2025 as reported by Fortune.com. Earlier this