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Restaurant Survey shows US consumers are eager to dine-out and rally to support local

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., U.S. — Fatigued by cooking at home, consumers are anxious to dine at their favorite restaurants according to a new Oracle...

Brits have missed picking up a barista-crafted coffee during lockdown, says survey

MILAN – As we begin to adjust to a new normal, many of us are looking forward to venturing out to enjoy the little...

goPuff unveils the beverages consumers will be sipping the most this summer

PHILADELPHIA, U.S. – goPuff, the go-to solution for immediate everyday needs, analyzed beverage sales, survey* and trend data to identify the country’s most beloved...

Hrns new survey shows digital readiness of coffee smallholder families under Covid-19

HAMBURG, Germany – During the Coronavirus pandemic, Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung (HRNS) increased the use of digital support to smallholder coffee farmer families in...

Ico surveys exporting members on the impact of Covid-19 on the global coffee sector

LONDON, UK — Against the background of the pandemic, the International Coffee Organization (ICO) launched a survey on the impacts of Covid-19 on exporting...

Going to coffee shops is one of things Brits miss the most during the lockdown

LONDON, UK – Visiting restaurants, pubs and coffee shops are top of the list of things British people miss the most during lockdown, according...

Chocolate, coffee and bananas are the foods most likely to put you in a good mood

MILAN – Chocolate, coffee – and bananas are among the foods most likely to put you in a good mood, according to a survey...

Lavazza-led survey shows coffee boosts productivity when working from home

MILAN – Lavazza, the Italian brand that is among the world’s leading roasters, conducted a week-long survey titled “Productively Brew-ding” among millennials and the...

The average coffee drinker typically has 3.4 cups a day, tea fans drink 2.7 cups

MILAN – The average coffee drinker typically has 3.4 cups a day, while tea fans drink 2.7 cups, according to a survey by OnePoll on behalf of the Chinet brand. Tea drinkers were 35% more likely to add sugar to their drinks, while those who preferred coffee were more focused on caffeine quantity.

GYAM 2019 launches an internet survey on new challenges in coffee growing

MILAN, Italy — There is the perception that young people are not attracted by coffee growing as in the past, causing a possible shortage...

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