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Meringue Coffee is the latest weird coffee shop trend

Remember when coffee was something mums drank out of chipped promotional mugs and dunked stale Hobnobs in? Or the lingering scent of Nescafe on...

Brands for the Vietnamese coffee industry

The Viet Nam International Food Industry Exhibition (Vietnam Foodexpo 2016), the most outstanding national trade promotion event specialising in agricultural products, seafood, and the...

Coffee is the most tweeted consumable in the U.S.

If you are what you tweet, a lot of Americans are very, very jittery. A new study looked at nearly 80 million tweets and...

African farmers say they can feed the world, and we might soon need them to

CAIRO - Food exhibitions in the Mediterranean region tend to attract a familiar cast of characters. There are the Gulf Arab agribusinesses, looking to expand...

Could Nestlé be the brand to finally take health claims?

The self-styled "global leader in nutrition, health and wellness" earns 10% of its sales from confectionery with brands such as Smarties, Kit Kat and...

Dunkin’ Donuts is copying 3 tricks from its biggest rival

NEW YORK - On Monday, Dunkin' Donuts launched a new app that allows loyalty program members to order and pay via mobile app, then...

Nestlé partners with Alibaba to boost coffee sales

Nestle SA and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd have launched a digital commerce and marketing campaign in a bid to boost the Swiss food giant’s...

Cibus 2016 opens today in Parma

The 18th edition of Cibus, the International Food Fair organized by Fiere di Parma and Federalimentare, opens today in Parma, the city where the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is based ...

Count down to the 18th Cibus International Food Exhibition

PARMA, Italy - An unprecedented number of the largest Italian food companies have signed up for the 18th Cibus exhibition, a showcase uniting the...

Coffee in the UK: How Britain became addicted to cafe culture

Stereotypes might suggest that British people only drink strong tea from fine china cups with their little fingers extended, or pints of amber lager...

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