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Tim Hortons is no longer Canada’s favourite place to get coffee

Tim Hortons' coffee is not anymore the coffee of choice for Canadians. According to a recent Maclean’s poll, the coffee sh...

World’s biggest Coffee Roasting School to open in Misari, South Korea

SEOUL, South Korea – The world’s biggest coffee roasting school is set to open in Gapyeong amid growing interest in coffee...

Singapore kaya brand has become market leader in South Korea

A Singapore kaya brand is now the market leader in South Korea, thanks to a Korean man's love for kaya toast, and a 61-yea...

International Hub for Research to organize conference on coffee quality

The International Hub for Coffee Research and Innovation is crossing the finish line on its first year. To celebrate this ...

Manchester Coffee Festival is back this weekend at Victoria Warehouse

Manchester Coffee Festival - formerly known as Cup North - returns to Victoria Warehouse for its third consecutive year on...

Higher humidity in October helped flower opening in Brazil’s coffee belt

PIRACICABA, SP, Brazil – Rains in early October were enough to stimulate flower blooming at arabica coffee crops in most p...

Cavite State University holds 1st National Coffee Education Congress

MANILA, Philippines – Organized by Cavite State University - National Coffee Research, Development and Extension Center (C...

Higher humidity in October favors flower opening in Brazilian coffee belt

Rains in early October were enough to stimulate flower blooming at arabica coffee crops in most producing regions surveyed...

Tata Starbucks reaffirms growth in India with entry into Kolkata in 2018

MUMBAI, India – Tata Starbucks Private Limited, the 50/50 joint venture between Starbucks Coffee Company and Tata Global B...

Varesina Caffè pairs coffee with gastronomy at Host Milano 2017

MILAN – During Host 2017, Varesina Caffè aims at finding out the ideal coffee combinations in a dedicated location, with t...