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Coffee Clash: The honors for espresso culture divide Italians, reports the Wall Street Journal

MILAN – There is an ongoing clash between Neapolitan coffee culture and that of the rest of Italy, both of which are seeki...

Decolonising Coffee History with Jonathan Morris live April 17th at the London Coffee Festival

LONDON, UK – On Saturday April 17th at 12:00 pm BST 13:00 GMT the London Coffee Festival will host a bonus live edition of...

NPD Group’s experts outline two eras of out-of-home in Europe, before and after the pandemic

RIMINI, Italy – Jochen Pinsker, Senior Vice President, Foodservice Europe of NPD Group, outlines, in a talk with Matteo Fi...

Jeffrey Young: «The industry has overcome adversity before and it will rise again»

LONDON, UK – These are hard times for the out-of-home coffee sector, with restaurant, bars and coffee shops closed in a gr...

Host’s Ambassadors offer their expert insights into the latest coffee trends

MILAN – Coffee is taking over the whole world: confirmation of this comes from the Host Ambassadors, who, offer their expe...

Starbucks in Milan «turns the spotlight on the coffee world» says Caroli Sca Italy’s coordinator

MILAN - International magazine STir has devoted an interesting article by Dan Shryock to Starbucks’ debut in Italy that de...

Secrets of the chocolate industry to be released with a new book, Bittersweet

LONDON, UK — A brand new book written by an English Author is due to be published in the United States next week, revealin...

Comunicaffè International launches new subscription campaign for 2019/2020

MILAN – Comunicaffè International is launching its subscription campaign for 2019/2020. The annual subscription rate is un...

The Mystical Seed, a story through time to the origins of coffee in Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia – The Mystical Seed is a new international documentary film – to be released in Ethiopia. “This is an artistic documentary to convey to the world the culture and history that coffee represents starting from Ethiopia, the land of its origin”, said Mr. Mario Riccardo Migliara, Director & Author.

What you can learn from ancient coffee rituals around the world

NEW YORK – For many caffeine lovers, coffee drinking is less of a habit and more of a sacred ritual. In fact, the history of coffee rituals around the world is an intimate view into the lives of coffee drinkers who came before us. If you trace coffee back to its place of origin — Ethiopia — you’ll discover that the drink was prepared as part of ...