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Amora survey finds fathers drink at least one cup of coffee a day

NEW YORK, U.S. — Amora, a subscription-based company delivering premium coffee and tea directly to consumers across the U....

Survey finds mothers prefer to drink coffee or tea at home instead of on the go

NEW YORK, U.S. — Amora, a subscription-based coffee company delivering premium coffee directly to consumers across the U.S...

Uk consumers show strong desire for free range milk and sustainable coffee

A newly released poll shows a strong desire for free range milk alongside sustainable coffee beans in the UK's growing cof...

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...

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...

Seattle crowned America’s Best Coffee City in a research by WalletHub

In a bid to determine the best local coffee scenes in the country, a team from WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities a...

SCA introduces financial benchmarking study for roasters and retailers

MILAN – The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) is launching the second iteration of its specialty coffee Roaster/Retailer Financial Benchmarking Study. The first large Study was deployed in 2015 that collected roasters’ financial, sales, and operational data. It resulted in a report that provided industry benchmarks ...

Research reveals the power of coffee to make an unforgettable impression

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands – Businesses are being urged to take a fresh look at their coffee offer to delight their customers and improve the customer experience, after new research, commissioned by Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) Professional, that reveals 72% of consumers expect to be served a hot beverage when making ...

Coffee shops in Mexico are booming says new survey from GlobalData

MEXICO CITY – The taste for coffee is developing fast in Mexico and sales in coffee and tea shops are going to grow by four percent until 2021. According to a recent GlobalData survey, 61 percent of 25-34 year-olds visit a coffee shop more than once a week, and 55 percent of coffee shop visitors are women.

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 ...