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.
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The coffee shop industry is one of the most competitive currently; coffee shops are always seeking new ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors and supply a new and exciting experience for their customers. With such a high level of
One of the leading figures in the coffee industry, James Hoffman, co-founder of Square Mile Coffee Roasters, has often thought about the changes taking place in the coffee industry, and has made predictions about what might happen in the future, on his
It is well known that Britain has changed its nature, and has finally surrendered to coffee charm, but a few know the exact current number of British coffee drinkers. As reported by The Independent, the British Coffee Association has declared
The coffee chain Boston Tea Party will be the first chain in Britain to announce a definite ban on disposable cups. As stated by The Independent, the company will banish disposable cups in June, and take the lead in the
For the first time ever, Tea & Coffee World Cup will be giving companies access to the UK tea and coffee markets. After the successful 2017 show in Singapore, a survey was sent to the industry and the UK emerged
The latest UK coffee trend seems to be mushroom coffee, and it is spreading fast. As reported by the Telegraph, consumers can find this type of coffee in supermarkets and in cafes, and it can be used as an anti-inflammatory beverage.
Change Please, a London-based social enterprise, is making a great impact on environmental and social life. As reported by The Independent, Change Please cups are 100% recyclable and its suppliers support local communities: in Peru, they help victims of domestic
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
In the UK, 35 Starbucks branches will be the first coffee shops to trial a fee of 5p on disposable cups, a so-called “latte levy”, which aims to reduce the waste of coffee cups, as reported by the The Guardian: Consumers