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British Coffee Association to hold webinar on Coffee and Climate Change on Nov 15

MILAN — In the first of the ‘In Conversation With…’ series, the British Coffee Association examines the impact of climate change on coffee production...

The British Coffee Association appoints new Communications and Public Affairs Manager

CHARLBURY, UK — The British Coffee Association (BCA) continues to expand through the appointment of Catriona Balfour as its new Communications and Public Affairs...

The British Coffee Association asks: «Who will tackle the coffee’s equivalent of Covid-19?»

MILAN – The British Coffee Association has announced that it will be holding a free deep-dive webinar entitled ‘Mobilising science for the long-term future...

A free webinar from Bca will investigate how digitalisation can connect the coffee chain

MILAN – The British Coffee Association (BCA) presents a free webinar entitled ‘Can digitalisation connect the coffee chain – views from inside and outside...

Bca issues a statement on the use of reusable cups during Covid-19

MILAN – The British Coffee Association, as the industry body representing the full length of the UK coffee sector, has issued a statement regarding...

Bca: «Food suppliers to the hospitality industry have become the squeezed middle»

CHIPPING NORTON, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA), alongside more than 20 organisations from across the ‘farm-to-fork’ supply chain, warns that food and...

British Coffee Association (Bca) announces Paul Rooke as new Executive Director

CHARLBURY, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA) yesterday announced that Paul Rooke will head up the organisation as Executive Director. Appointed by the...

Thomas Blackwall appointed new Chair of the British Coffee Association

CHARLBURY, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA), has appointed Thomas Blackwall from Finlays as the Association’s new Chair. Thomas has stepped into the...

British Coffee Association plans most extensive educational seminar to date

LONDON, UK — On behalf of the coffee industry the British Coffee Association (BCA) is planning the most extensive educational seminar yet. The 30th...

Bca welcomes the Government’s decision not to introduce a tax on disposable cups

CHARLBURY, UK – The British Coffee Association (BCA) supports the Government’s decision not to implement a tax on paper cups and supported the Chancellor’s...

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