London, 14 July 2017 ─ The Executive Director of the ICO, Mr José Sette, gave a speech in the opening ceremony of the 1st World Coffee Producers Forum (Medellin, Colombia from 10 to 12 July 2017). Mr Sette stressed that the
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According to buybrand.ru, coolidea.ru and rambler.ru, Shokoladnitsa, the largest franchise coffee chain in Russia, keeps moving across the CIS countries. The company has reached an agreement to enter Kyrgyzstan market under the brand name. According to Maksim Trubnikov, the head of the franchising department,
According to kurir.rs, we’re facing the biggest environmental challenge since climate change is affecting our brilliant planet in lots of ways. Rising average temperature does not simply mean balmier winters. In the future, there is a possibility for coffee taste to
According to Daily Coffee News, the World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellín, Colombia has seen the addition of a new member, former US President Bill Clinton, to join the discussion panel. President Clinton, alongside Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos will
According to Daily Coffee News, Centroamericano, a leaf-rust-resistant hybrid has marked a major win in the 2017 Nicaragua Cup of Excellence, CoE, by scoring 90.5. This is a major win for this type of hybrid development called in coffee as F1.
Driving into London last week we spotted what is a common sight. The Golden Arches of McDonald’s were shining brightly over a building site. The A40 at Acton it seems has a new fast food restaurant. The very first thing
Mikel Coffee Company is a Greek startup. Founded in 2008 the chain made its debut in Greece and spurred over a period of eight years. Operating some 154 stores in Greece (Forbes.com), Mikel Coffee Company has plans to conquer new
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
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
According to Kommersant information, Starbucks Corporation has an intention to enter the Georgian market. The company is planning to sign a long-term agreement with the country’s government, to construct a coffee factory, and to open a coffee chain in Tbilisi.