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Tim Hortons targets burgeoning Pakistan coffee industry

Popular Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons will open its first store in Lahore after announcing plans to expand into Pakistan.

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What the stock market downturn means for the coffee industry

The world's two largest stock indexes have suffered year-to-date declines, raising questions over how it will impact the coffee industry.
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Has Italy’s €1 espresso bubble finally burst?

A Florence coffee shop was fined €1,000 ($1,056) this week after a customer complained about the price of its drinks.
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How can illicit goods end up in coffee containers?

More than 500kg of cocaine were seized last Thursday in a Nespresso factory in the western Swiss canton of Fribourg.
shanghai port is one of the most important for china's green coffee imports.

Stranded imports deliver heavy blow to China’s coffee industry

China's 'zero-Covid' strategy is affecting the country’s green coffee imports as Shanghai enters its fourth week of lockdown.
Colombian coffee prices

High coffee prices inflict unexpected consequences on Colombian coffee farms

When the price of coffee is high, many see it as cause to celebrate. But for coffee farmers in Colombia, it can lead to a number of unwanted consequences.
russia coffee imports

Price hikes and sourcing issues bring Russia’s specialty coffee sector to the edge

Russia’s specialty coffee sector is at risk of collapse due to a devalued currency and problems importing green coffee.
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Chinese roasters switch to homegrown coffee amid latest lockdown

The recent wave of Covid-19 lockdowns has prompted many of China’s roasters to source coffee grown domestically, according to local sources.
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Is Breville building a ‘one-stop shop’ for specialty coffee consumers?

Breville Group has stepped up its advance on the specialty coffee sector with the $169 million purchase of Lelit Group.
female coffee producer

Equal Origins launches tool to empower female coffee producers

The nonprofit Equal Origins has launched a new diagnostic tool to promote gender equity in coffee and cocoa.
coffee fertiliser

Price of coffee-growing fertilisers set to rise due to conflict in Ukraine

The cost of agricultural fertilisers used for growing coffee are expected to rise following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last week.
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Tickets go on sale for Producer & Roaster Forum 2022

Tickets for the world's largest producer-focused coffee event are now on sale.