Last month, Trade Arabia announced that Coffee Planet, a coffee roaster and coffee shop chain in the Middle East, signed a franchise agreement with HB Brands for 70 shops in Saudi Arabia. Coffee Planet, based in Dubai, embarked on the franchise concept in order to expand its global presence, adding to its existing franchise agreements in UAE, Qatar, Pakistan and Malaysia.
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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
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
The International Coffee and Tea Festival will be held in Dubai, UAE starting 2nd Nov, 2016 and will come to an end on 4th November. This exhibition is the only of its kind in meeting international standards in the region. With the
Dubai is a place with huge sky scrapers, shopping malls, sparkling vehicles, and the most number of five star hotels than anywhere else in the world. But what about a good coffee? Coffee and café culture begun from the Middle East arguably
DUBAI – In Dubai coffee is more than just a beverage. It’s a pastime in its own right, an activity, as well as a successful business venture. According to the results of Zagat’s recent 2015 Coffee Survey, 82 per cent
DUBAI – Coffee Planet, a UAE coffee supplier, is expanding into the UK market, marking its entry into Europe. According to Gulf News, after opening an office in the UK two months ago, the company is looking to set up