Are Italians and British changing their coffee habits? What is the coffee habit that is taking over moka and instant coffee?
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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.
“It’s complicated!” You looked at the menu, feeling confused. The barista asked, “what can I get you?” And you replied, “what’s a yir-ga-cheffe chemex? The barista used the next 5 mins to explain what chemex, filter coffee, yirgacheffe was and blah blah blah… But deep
Ilana Kruger and Kara Cohen are Co-founders of Dripkit, a way to have the perfect cup of coffee without grinding, nor gadgets. According to kickstarter, Dripkit is a portable, self-contained and pocket-sized coffee container which can be used wherever you
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.
Though Asia is one of the world’s regions that still hold great potential for growth of coffee industry, [Sign in to continue]
Vietnam and India have uplifted back-to-back bans on some commodities that were placed earlier this month. The ban prevented Indian roasters from importing coffee beans from Vietnam. The ban by India was placed on March 7 and prevented coffee roasters
Climate change has been a great threat to coffee production in the world recently. So Nicaragua is changing its coffee production , it is investing in a disease-resistant variety of coffee to protect its export, reports Manila Bulletin. Coffee is one
According to Globes , Strauss Coffee, a global company based in Israel, is planning to acquire Norddeutsche Kaffeewerke GmbH, a German coffee producer located near Hamburg. Prior to that, in 2012, the Israeli company made an agreement with the producer. Norddeutsche Kaffeewerke has been