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UK’s exit from the European Union hasn’t stopped the hospitality trade

MILAN – Despite the rising production costs and shipping delays, the UK's exit from the European Union hasn't stopped hospitality trade. Slowly forward, but...

UK cafés maintain positive sales despite a challenging market, but outlet growth stalls

LONDON, UK – The £10.5bn UK café industry market comprises 25,892 sites across branded, independent and non-specialist operators. The UK branded coffee shop segment...

Uk café industry achieves 20 year-growth, but Brexit is negatively impacting trade

LONDON, UK – Project Café UK 2019, Allegra World Coffee Portal’s market-leading report on the UK café industry, reveals the total UK coffee shop...

Brew-It Group announces Brexit contingency planning for 2019

CHESTERFIELD, UK – The Brew-It Group has agreed with its manufacturing partners a strategy to provide both adequate UK stock and parts provision for...

Scotland to match EU ban on single use plastics, ditch plastic straws

Scotland will match EU ban on single use plastics by 2030 “Brexit or no Brexit”. The move was announced by the Scottish government last...

Uk coffee shop market resilient but Brexit uncertainty hinders growth

The £9.6bn UK coffee shop market grew by 7.3% in turnover during 2017, making it one of the UK’s strongest performing sectors. Project Café2018 UK,...

Wetherspoon could stop serving Lavazza coffee in pro Brexit protest

LONDON – Wetherspoon owner Tim Martin has taken a pro-Brexit stance against Brussels threatening to axe EU-made beers and coffee, unless officials “wise up”. According...

Tough consumer outlook knocks Whitbread shares despite strong results

LONDON – Whitbread posted a robust set of annual results on Tuesday, but warned of the ongoing risks relating to Britain’s decision to quit the European Union, which sent shares sliding. The owner of Costa Coffee reported an increase in profits last year in the 12 months to 2 March - underlying pre-tax profits rose ...

Brexit ‘barista visas’ plan could allow foreign workers two years in UK

LONDON, UK – The Home Office is looking at plans for "barista visas" to ensure coffee shops and pubs are fully staffed after Brexit. Young European citizens would be able to come to the UK to work in the hospitality industry for two years under the plans. But they would not be allowed to claim benefits or free housing when ...

Brexit vote’s bean bad for Starbucks: Coffee giant’s UK sales, profits plunge

LONDON, UK – The US coffee company said it has “experienced significant economic and political headwinds this year which affected sales, including slowing economic growth, impact of Brexit and ongoing security concerns contributing to weakening consumer confidence”.

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