The COVID-19 pandemic, according to the exporting countries, will continue to affect coffee supply chains. Farmers and producers expect to experience prolonged labor shortages, increased production costs, diminished infrastructure, and a reduction in commitments from buyers. Learn more about the
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Germany has the largest share of the coffee and coffee-machine market in Europe. In terms of coffee consumption, it represents about 22% of the total European coffee market.
China is the current market leader in the purchasing of professional coffee machines in Asia and its coffee houses are expanding rapidly. Read more.
The Spanish economy is the fifth-largest in the European Union, and the fourth-largest in the Eurozone, based on nominal GDP statistics. The hospitality industry is one of the main pillars of the Spanish economy. It is largely responsible for the
Coffee is one of the most widely consumed beverages in Poland. Over 80% of adult Poles claim to drink it regularly. A significant number of them drink coffee at least once a day and as many as 16% have several
The coffee market in the United Kingdom, despite the economic crisis that has involved many European countries, continues to grow. Read more.
The HoReCa coffee market in Denmark has increased significantly in the past few years and it is moving towards more sustainable consumption. Read more
A focus on coffee consumption away from the home in Sweden. In recent years in Sweden there has been a significant increase in coffee bars and coffee chains. Read more.
Traditionally, the UK is known for its love for tea. But if we call in the numbers of coffee consumed, the coffee culture has clearly taken over the UK.
In Europe the sale of machines into the HORECA and office markets has grown despite economic difficulties. The increase is due to a variety of different factors.