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Chock Full O’ Nuts opens three outlets at NATO’s Aviano Air Base, in Italy

AVIANO, Italy – The famous New York brand Chock full O’ Nuts is now at Aviano airport, important Italian military base used by the U.S. Air Force. The base is 15 km from the city of Pordenone and counts 8.000 resident soldiers and their families, both Americans and Italians.

Sales of milk bounce back in South Korea thanks to coffee beverages

SEOUL, South Korea – Sales of milk bounced back last year after a four-year decline amid growing popularity of ‘latte’ coffee beverages in South Korea. According to a number of sources including Statistics Korea and the dairy industry, the annual consumption of milk in South Korea last year was estimated at 138,400 tons.

New Lavazza café opens at Eataly gourmet marketplace in Moscow

MOSCOW – With Italian gourmet store Eataly opening its doors for the first time in Russia on May 25th in Moscow, authentic Italian quality coffee is now available for visitors to experience at Lavazza’s new café. Eataly is the world’s largest marketplace for Italian gourmet food and wine, offering high quality products and specialties.

Russian coffee chain expands to Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia

MOSCOW – The management of Russian coffee chain Shokoladnitsa, which also operates the chains of Coffee House and Wabi-Sabi, is negotiating a franchise to enter the markets of Uzbekistan, Georgia, and the expanding of Coffee House brand to the market of Kazakhstan.

After Moscow, Cofix Group plans expansion to 10 European countries

TEL AVIV, Israel - After having opened six cafes in Moscow, the Cofix Group, the Israeli cut-rate cafe chain, has now unveiled plans for expansion into 10 other European countries by 2021. To position itself for its overseas expansion, the company has linked up with a group of investors and set up ...

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.

Starbucks ordered to compensate customer by a South Korean court

SEOUL, South Korea – Starbucks Coffee Korea has been ordered to compensate a customer for providing only one free coffee after the consumer won an event that originally promised a free drink every day for a year, the plaintiff’s lawyer said Wednesday. The customer, surnamed Ko, filed the case with the Seoul Central District Court ...

Dunkin’ Donuts introduces S’mores flavored coffees for summer season

CANTON, Mass., U.S. –It will be an especially sweet start to summer at Dunkin' Donuts, with the introduction of a craveable new coffee flavor and two fun new donut varieties to help guests capture the joy and energy of the season. Beginning May 29, the taste of a summer campfire classic comes to Dunkin' Donuts' coffee menu with the introduction ...

Autogrill: strong revenue growth (+5.1 percent) as of 30 April 2017

MILAN – The Board of Directors of Autogrill S.p.A. today examined and approved the consolidated revenue performance, as of 30 April 2017. Autogrill posted robust growth in the first four months of 2017. Global revenue growth was driven by the strong +4.8% like-for-like performance across the board.

Irish chain Insomnia eyes first German outlet as part of expansion

DUBLIN, Ireland – Insomnia, the coffee chain led by Bobby Kerr, is eyeing up a significant expansion this year, with plans to open as many as 30 outlets between now and the year’s end. The chain, which currently has a portfolio of about 140 outlets across Ireland and the United Kingdom, some of which are operated by partners such as Spar and ...