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Howard Schultz wants you to try some civility with your coffee

Last August, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz answered speculation that he wanted to run for president in a New York Times op-ed, writing about how America deserves a "servant leader" and saying...

UK – KFC unveils edible coffee cups

KFC has just unveiled the UK’s first edible coffee cup. The “Scoff-ee Cup,” released to celebrate the launch of KFC’s Seat...

Tim Hortons announces opening date for newest Scottish coffee store

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons have announced the opening date of their newest store in Scotland. The brand new bran...

Tully’s Coffee selects Revel Systems iPad Point of Sale to modernize customer experience

SAN FRANCISCO, U.S. - Revel Systems, the world's leading iPad Point of Sale platform, today announced that Tully's Coffee,...

La Colombe Coffee Roasters launches its first-ever advertising campaign

PHILADELPHIA, U.S. — La Colombe, a pioneer in cold brew and creator of the world's first-ever textured cold latte, is laun...

Starbucks to require customers to wear masks in all company-owned locations in the US

MILAN – In its continued effort in prioritizing the health and well-being of partners (employees) and customers, Starbucks...

Austrian Coffeeshop to increase threefold number of coffee bars in Russia

MOSCOW, Russian Federation – Coffee shop Company, an Austrian chain, plans to increase its share on the Russian market and to expand up to 245 outlets within the next three years, according to the press office of Colliers International consulting company. Currently, there are about 90 coffee shops of this chain in Russia.

SOUTH KOREA – Coffee imports set to reach new highs

SEOUL – South Korea’s coffee imports are expected to hit a new high this year, as coffee chains keep growing. According t...

Starbucks launch first ever airport reusable cup trial at Gatwick Airport

LONDON, UK – Starbucks and Hubbub are launching the first airport reusable cup trial in partnership with Gatwick Airport in London. The trial will offer drop off points for Starbucks reusable cups throughout the international airport’s South Terminal to help cut paper cup waste and address throw-away culture.

Tim Hortons tops list of Canadians’ most-trusted brands

Tim Hortons is the most trusted corporate brand in Canada and remains trusted even after its sale to Brazilian group 3G Ca...