The coffee market is also growing strongly in Africa: ten African brands are making huge profits, and the first four are exported all over the world.
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Since the invention of single-use coffee pods in 1997, their market share continued to grow and still does today, surpassing even drip coffee in 2011. Is it the new field into invest? Lean more
China continues to be one of the largest growing markets for the coffee shop industry. But what is the secret of its new coffee business model?
Nestlé and Starbucks are expected to close an agreement by the end of 2018. It will allow Nestlé to sell coffee from the Starbucks brand. Nestlé will pay Starbucks $7.15bn (£5.28bn), and at least 500 Starbucks employees will work with
The Eastern European coffee market seems to be a growing business, as reported by Bloomberg. This market is entirely dominated by Poland and Russia and it has increased its percentage share up to 5.3 percent, compared with only 1.8 percent
Are Coffee Shops going to scrap free wifi in order to avoid the use of laptops in their cafes? According to The Guardian, it is what it is happening in different coffee shops all over the world. Dough Lover, Brighton’s
Costa Coffee declared a decline in its sales of 1.5%, relating to the third quarter of 2017, as reported by the Guardian. However it is still one of the most important coffee chains in the UK. The Company was created
China is best known as a tea-drinking country, but, in the last few years, it has become one of the largest coffee consumers in the world, when speaking of the emerging countries. In particular, coffee consumption has grown among young
The Ukrainian branch of Russia’s largest coffee chain, Coffee House, did not succeed in finding a buyer for its assets and had to cut the number of coffee shops. Previously, the Ukrainian chain included 17 sites, but now only four coffee
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]