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Segafredo Caffè arrives in Sri Lanka at the Bandaranayake International Airport

BANDARANAYAKE, Sri Lanka - Segafredo Caffè, a brand of Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group dedicated to the franchising business, unveils its newest café at Bandaranayake...

English Tea Shop Organic pilots its Child Benefit Allowance in Sri Lanka

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – Families and their children struggle to cope as the crisis affects their protection, food security and livelihood, among many others....

Sri Lankan coffee industry marks historical milestone with the Lanka Coffee Association

MILAN — Sri Lanka was once the third-largest producer of coffee in the world. Devastatingly, the coffee leaf rust disease wiped out the country’s...

The first International Tea Day was celebrated on social and digital media

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Various tea producing countries were celebrating a tea day of their own, some classified as Black Tea Day and some...

Colombo Coffee Company supports revival of Sri Lanka coffee industry

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – In a time gone by in Ceylon, it was coffee that was a booming plantation before disease struck, wiping out...

Kandyan Coffee offers the best 100% Srilankan Arabica Coffee

NEW YORK, U.S. — Kandyan Coffee Co. is pleased to introduce to a coffee from the pearl of the Indian Ocean – the Sri...

Colombo Coffee Company opens Sri Lanka’s first dedicated coffee store

The flag carrier for Lavazza Coffee and the only total coffee solutions provider in Sri Lanka, Colombo Coffee Company (CCC) recently opened doors to...

BreadTalk introduces Genovese coffee flavour to the Sri Lankan market

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – With a committed vision of becoming the trend-setting lifestyle bakery brand, BreadTalk, announced the introduction of Genovese, a world-renowned coffee brand manufactured in Australia with a special aroma and unique blend, to the Sri Lankan market.

Sri Lanka to celebrate the 150 years of its national tea industry in August

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka – The world’s number 4 tea producer, after China , India and Kenya the island has produced 329,000 metric tonnes of Ceylon Tea in 2015. After more than 150 years of development, the time has come to celebrate this longstanding, important and famous tea production and tea trade and industry.

Sri Lanka Tea Board to set up exclusive pavilion at 4th World Tea & Coffee

MUMBAI, India - In view of the encouraging demand for its tea in India, the Sri Lanka Tea Board (SLTB) will be participating in...

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