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Restaurants Canada launches Making Moments campaign for Canada 150

TORONTO, Canada - We all have a special restaurant moment. What's yours? For Canada 150, Restaurants Canada is launching Making Moments, a campaign to collectively ...

Irish coffee market to grow by 7 percent over the next five years, says UCC

DUBLIN, Ireland – New research by UCC Coffee Ireland has revealed that the market is forecast to grow by 7% over the next ...

Vietnam’s coffee chains expand as profits remain high and demand is on rise

The annual growth rate of coffee beans to Vietnam’s coffee chains, as revealed by coffee manufacturers, is up to 300 perce...

U.S. Millennials spend more on coffee than retirement, says survey

A new survey from Survey Monkey showed that millennials are dropping more money on coffee drinks than they are retirement ...

Apparently the size of your mug is changing how your coffee tastes

Drinking coffee is as much about ritual as it is about waking us up, and generally, you order or make the same cup day in,...

CEPEA: In 2016, robusta quotes surpass arabica prices for the first time

The sharp price rise of robusta coffee, both in the domestic and the international markets, marked 2016. For the first tim...

Coffee is beverage of choice in Usa

U.S. consumers have been drinking fewer purchased beverages for the last decade, but they turn to the beverage standards of coffee, soft drinks, milk, iced tea, or bottled water when they ...

How Much Caffeine Is Actually in Your Coffee, From Dunkin’ to Starbucks

After investigating the constitution of the nation’s most-consumed coffees, we found this truth to be self-evident: all cu...

Bakery and Coffee Cafes get a jolt from rising traffic

Chicago, Ill., September 13th, 2016: More consumers are visiting Bakery and Coffee Cafes at least once a month compared to...

Espressing our love for café style coffee at home

AUCKLAND, New Zealand - New Zealand’s home espresso machine owners are making good use of their machines, according to sur...