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The company behind Jde and Keurig unveils retail website focusing on craft coffees

MILAN – JAB Holding has unveiled a new retail site called Trade that focuses on craft coffee. The website describes itself as the destination to...

Jde Brasil to export its coffee brands for the first time to the Arab countries

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – JDE Brasil, which owns some of Brazil’s major coffee brands, is in talks to ship product to Jordan and Lebanon. JDE...

Germany’s JAB Holding seeks new funds to expand its coffee empire

MILAN – JAB Holding Company, the investment company that runs the biggest pure-play coffee company in the world, plans further acquisitions and is seeking...

Competition watchdog to seek public feedback on acquisition of OldTown

SINGAPORE - The Competition Commission of Singapore (CCS) will be gathering public feedback from Thursday (Dec 21) to Jan 5 on the upcoming acquisition...

Jab subsidiary makes bid for Malaysian coffee brand OldTown Berhad

MALAYSIA – The directors of OldTown Berhad (“OldTown” or the “Company”), one of Asia’s leading coffee manufacturers and operators of café outlets, yesterday announced...

Technavio announces top five leading vendors in hot drink market

LONDON, UK -  Technavio has announced the top five leading vendors in their recent global hot drink market report from 2017-2021. This market research...

Jabobs Douwe Egberts completes the acquisition of Super Group Ltd.

SINGAPORE – Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) announced yesterday the completion of the Super Group Ltd acquisition and formally welcomes them to its world of coffee & tea.

JDE closes acquisition of Singapore-based coffee maker Super Group

SINGAPORE — Dutch coffee & tea giant Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) has secured more than 98 percent of Super Group by the close on Tuesday (April 25) of its takeover. The Singapore firm has more than 160 products in over 65 countries, including Super Coffee, Owl and Essenso instant coffees.

Super Group one step closer to being delisted from Singapore Exchange

SINGAPORE - Super Group is one step closer to being the next company to be delisted from the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Dutch coffee maker Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) announced that it wants to acquire all the issued shares of the company behind supermarket staples such as OWL 3-in-1 coffee and Super Cup instant noodles.

Jacobs Douwe Egberts confirms buyout offer to acquire Super Group

SINGAPORE – Super Group Ltd. (“Super Group” or the “Company”) and Sapphire Investments B.V. (“Sapphire” or “Offeror”), an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of Jacobs Douwe...

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