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Coteca reflects the growth market for sustainable coffee, cocoa and tea

HAMBURG, Germany — COTECA in Hamburg from 10 to 12 October 2018 features 200 exhibitors from 40 nations presenting everything related to coffee, tea and...

German technology improves Mexican coffee quality and profitability

Through German technology, the Mexican export coffee industry has increased its production, quality controls and operating costs, which allows a greater volume of product...

The German stage of the #TheStormIsComing tour kicks off at Internorga

One of the horeca sector’s reference trade fairs, definitely at European level but on a worldwide scale as well, is Internorga, which for the...

Autogrill acquires German group Le CroBag from Groupe Soufflet

MILAN, Italy — Autogrill S.p.A. announces that, through its German subsidiary Autogrill Deutschland Gmbh, has finalized today the purchase from Boulangerie Neuhauser s.a.s, a...

Young Germans want more flavoured dairy drinks, shows new research

MUNICH, Germany – Turmeric latte, or "golden milk", was 2017’s dairy-based sensation. The golden-hued drink featured on menus of trendy cafés and also emerged...

Global expansion in sight for German lifestyle chain Icons Coffee Couture

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — ICONS Coffee Couture, a fashion and lifestyle coffee shop offering healthy options for delectable desserts, has recently opened doors...

German Court annuls shape mark for Nespresso coffee capsules

The Bundespatentgericht, Germany’s Federal Patent Court, has annulled a 3D trademark owned by Swiss food company Nestlé. On Friday, December 8, the Bundespatentgericht announced...

Mexican city will try to defeat Germany World Record at Coffee Fest

The Mexican beach resort city of Puerto Vallarta will seek to inscribe its name in the Guinness Book of World Records with the “largest...

Coffee and bread is not a real breakfast, North German court rules

According to a court judgement in North Rhine-Westphalia published on Monday, bread rolls and coffee aren’t considered a complete breakfast and therefore not subject...

Coffee makes 60% of Germans happier, says new survey from Mintel

BERLIN – It’s safe to say that coffee is an ingrained part of German culture and while its qualities as a mental stimulant are well known, it seems that it is widely considered an emotional stimulant, too. According to new research from global market intelligence agency Mintel, three in five (60%) German consumers say that drinking coffee ...

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