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Pret A Manger will remove smoothies, frappes, and milkshakes from its menus and expand its iced drinks range.
By launching its Oleato range in Italy on Wednesday, Starbucks is tapping into big market trends and adapting them for a local audience.
Avocado exports to the US increase in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, including 1,400 tons from Colombia.
US private labeller Westrock Coffee claims it will triple profits by 2026 thanks to a focus on cold, ready to drink coffee.
PRF El Salvador will take place March 16 & 17, 2023
Gurugram-based Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters raised $30m in its latest funding round.
Goldman Sachs, Rabobank, and Fitch have all laid out their predictions for the year ahead.
Coffee shops are expected to bounce back after nearly three years of restrictions – but there may be short-term complications.
The sandwich and coffee shop chain's breakneck global expansion plans have cast some doubt over its long-term future in the UK.
The EU’s Green Deal was initiated in 2019 as part of its goal to become ‘climate neutral’ by 2050.
Coffee consumption in India has fallen 3.2% since 2019.
Authorities in El Salvador are staying alert as the volcano shows activity.
The C price recently fell from highs of more than $2/lb to less than $1.6/lb – but experts believe forecasts for Brazil’s coffee production are optimistic.
Costa Coffee, Blue Bottle, and Starbucks have all launched RTD and instant coffee products in recent months.
Speaker applications for the coffee industry’s largest producer-focused event, Producer Roaster Forum (PRF), are now open.
As profit margins are squeezed, roasters and traders are struggling to incorporate new EU rules on sustainability.
Blue Bottle Coffee was a pioneer of third-wave coffee in the US. Now, it has turned to the instant coffee market to scale the brand.
During the first eight months of 2022, Vietnam was the third-largest supplier of coffee to the US, according to the Vietnamese General Department of Customs.
Starbucks has sold more than 420m pumpkin spice lattes since 2003 – and numbers are only growing.
The Brazilian electorate will head to the polls to cast a second round of presidential votes on October 30.