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South Koreans had 377 cups of coffee on average last year: Report

SEOUL, South Korea – South Koreans drank a total of 377 cups of coffee per person on average last year, mirroring brisk growth of the sprawling market fueled by a flurry of various franchises, a government report showed Wednesday. The average coffee consumption, based on South Koreans aged over 20, has grown at an ...

Watch: King Salman shows Trump Saudi coffee drinking etiquette

JEDDAH, SAUDI Arabia – When US President Donald Trump arrived in Saudi Arabia Saturday he was first treated to a traditional coffee at the airport in Riyadh. King Salman enjoyed a cup of coffee with the American president and also taught him the traditional technique of asking a server to stop pouring.

Do you know the secret of the perfect cream? Now, it’s called Foam Locus

MILAN, Italy – Thanks to You’re Next project, by Baristas for Baristas, Edo team continues to discover new talents and new products. Tjeerd is a Dutch barista who has been in the industry over 14 years, and his idea is truly innovative. With enthusiasm he immediately involved us in his new project.

Papua New Guinea firm to tap into Chinese demand for specialty coffee

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – A firm from Papua New Guinea plans to tap into the Chinese coffee market by the end of this year by selling its brand of specialty coffee. Duffy Coffee Roasters founder, Travers Chue, announced that after years of planning they are ready to take “Duffy Specialty Coffee’ overseas.

Segafredo Zanetti protagonist at the Teheran International Film Festival

TEHERAN, Iran – Segafredo Zanetti, global brand of MZBG and the only real ambassador of the espresso and Italian lifestyle in more than 110 countries has been protagonist at the Fajr International Film Festival (FIFF) of Teheran. In eight days, more than 3000 guests and visitors could enjoy a Segafredo coffee, served at two booths ...

Innovative coffee shops are bringing late-night cafe culture to the UK

LONDON – Aside from the odd after dinner espresso, coffee drinking has always been a daytime pursuit in Britain. But a new wave of cafes across the country are showing that there’s room (and demand) for late-night coffee bars and all-day tea houses. Over the last few years, late-night ...

Cardiff Coffee Festival has been postponed. New date to be announced

CARDIFF, UK – Cardiff Coffee Festival , which was due to take place this weekend, has been postponed. The event, which was supposed to be happening on Sunday (May 21) at Portland House, Bute Street has been pushed back following an announcement on the event's website.

Over two thirds of workers believe better coffee means a better workplace

LONDON, UK – New research by UCC Coffee UK & Ireland has shown that over two thirds of workers believe high quality coffee makes the workplace a better place to be. Its survey of 750 consumers showed that coffee quality is more important than having a supply close at hand, with only one fifth of workers saying they prioritise convenience over ...

Papua New Guinea coffee industry to hold first-ever Q Grader training

PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – Papua New Guinea coffee industry is gearing up its first ever Q-grader training, which will be conducted by a renowned coffee specialist from Indonesia. Adi Taroepratjeka, a Q and R grader, and also a Q instructor will be in the country this month to carry out training for 12 participants on ...

Survey says: Starbucks likely to keep making gains in market share

SEATTLE, U.S. – Quoting a survey, UBS said in a note Friday Starbucks Corporation is well positioned for continued U.S. market share gains. The firm also delved on growth at its channel development segment and Chinese opportunities. The deduction was based on a global coffee survey of over ...