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Vermont-based Coffee Enterprises celebrates their 25th anniversary

HINESBURG, Vermont, S.S. – Founded in 1992 in Burlington, Vermont by Daniel Cox, the company has grown and expanded to include several critical functions to support the coffee & tea industries. Founder and President Cox began his coffee career as the first full-time employee at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters ...

Nottingham online coffee business seeks £1m investment to scale up

NOTTINGHAM, UK – A Nottingham online coffee subscription business is looking to scale up by looking for £1m of investment. The owner of the Coffee Tasting Club (CTC), which started life as a side-project for digital marketing specialist Boom Online Marketing in Stapleford, says the business is ready to grow and the money will be boost ...

Thai chain Cafe Amazon brews up coffee house expansion in Japan

KAWAUCHI, Japan – The Cafe Amazon chain of coffee houses popular in Thailand aims to take on the big global operators in Japan under an ambitious expansion programme in that country, the Japanese franchisee says. The first Cafe Amazon in Japan opened in Kawauchi, a village in the Futaba district of Fukushima prefecture, in November last year.

Brains could be looking to sell its fast expanding Coffee#1 business

CARDIFF, UK – SA Brain & Co is considering a potential sale of its fast expanding coffee business, Coffee #1. The Cardiff-based and family-owned brewing and hospitality business, has appointed City of London advisory firm Sapient to look at strategic options, including the company only selling a minority stake in the business.

How a Monash Business grad built a New York coffee business empire

NEW YORK – When Nick Stone, founder and CEO of Bluestone Lane and Monash Business School alumnus, moved to New York in 2010, he wasn’t planning on tackling the world’s toughest coffee market. The former banker and AFL player didn’t have a background in hospitality.

Moody’s sees alternative beverages entering the mainstream in the U.S.

NEW YORK — Moody’s Investors Service sees carbonated soft drink consumption in the United States continuing to slide and some of that market share being replaced by what the service calls “alternative beverages.” Such beverages include ready-to-drink coffee and tea, energy drinks, organic juices, enhanced waters and functional beverages.

Average price of cup of coffee rises in Ireland according to Allegra

DUBLIN – UK-based market researchers Allegra World Coffee Portal have released information indicating that the average price of cappuccinos and lattes in Ireland has risen 4% to over €3. The Irish Independent reports that this rise to a worldwide spike in coffee bean costs in 2016 that is causing price increases across the board in Ireland ...

Dunkin’ Donuts integrates Masterpass within Dunkin’ Mobile App

PURCHASE, NY U.S. — To ensure coffee lovers get their morning started right, Dunkin’ Donuts now accepts Masterpass by Mastercard so guests can quickly and easily purchase and reload virtual Dunkin’ Donuts cards on DunkinDonuts.com and the Dunkin’ Mobile App.

World coffee market: global figures for 2017 put Asia way out in front

MILAN – If there’s one product taking the world by storm right now it’s coffee. And its characteristic aroma has clearly worked its magic, because the world has now woken up, as it were, to the fact that origins and crus are as important for the Coffea bean as they are for wine and olive oil.

Coffee Day Enterprises arm to buy majority stake in logistics company

BANGALORE, India – Coffee Day Enterprises’ subsidiary Sical Logistics Limited in its Board Meeting held on 12 May 2017 have approved the proposal to initiate the process to acquire majority equity stake in a company in the express logistics business with an annual revenue of Rs 40 Cr and to execute necessary agreements ...