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Brexit ‘barista visas’ plan could allow foreign workers two years in UK

The Home Office is looking at plans for “barista visas” to ensure coffee shops and pubs are fully staffed after Brexit. Young European citizens would be able to come to the UK to work in the hospitality industry for two years under the plans.But they would not be allowed to claim benefits or free housing when free movement within the EU ends after Britain leaves.The British Hospitality industry...


26 April 2017

JDE closes acquisition of Singapore-based coffee maker Super Group

Dutch coffee & tea giant Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) has secured more than 98 per cent of Super Group by the close on Tuesday (April 25) of its...


25 April 2017

Eu’Vend & coffeena 2017 opening on Thursday at Cologne Trade Fair

The international vending and coffee world will be meeting up this week in Cologne at Eu’Vend & coffeena 2017. Of course, in addition to business...


21 April 2017

This chewable coffee candy is perfect for caffeine lovers on the go

Dry Brew, as they say, “enables coffee lovers the enjoyment of having their coffee boost anytime and anywhere.” A regular cup of coffee contains...


17 April 2017

Mexico’s coffee production last season was the lowest in 20 years

Ongoing problems for Mexican coffee producers have resulted in the worst year ever for the industry with total output during the 2015-2016 harvest...


17 April 2017

The UK is known for our love of hot beverages, but which country in the world drinks the most coffee?

We've mapped the world according to coffee consumption per capita – and perhaps unsurprisingly the Finns are the biggest fans of a cup of Joe. They...


14 April 2017

Vietnam beats Brazil to top global coffee exports in March, say reports

Vietnam exported 2.8 million bags of coffee last month, topping Brazil’s shipments of 2.71 million bags. Vietnam exported 168,000 tons, or 2.8...


10 April 2017

Why you should add to salt to your coffee instead of sugar

People are deliberately adding salt to their coffee in an attempt to improve its flavour. Coffee drinkers are a pretty creative bunch. From triple...


07 April 2017

Tea out-of-home underperforms as Brits’ love of coffee takes over

Sales in the UK tea out-of-home category are underperforming against the wider coffee shop market value, according to Tea Out-Of-Home 2017, the...


31 March 2017

Coffee cup fee could cut use by 300 million annually, says university study

Use of around 300 million disposable coffee cups could be cut if a charge was introduced for consumers, a new study has fund. The use of disposable...


29 March 2017

Russians consumers are drinking more coffee, says report from Nielsen

Coffee sales are on the rise in Russia, growing by 1.2 percent in 2016 – according to data research company Nielsen. The trend represents a...


28 March 2017

Coffee Board forecasts 9 percent dip in production in the year 2016-17

The Coffee Board of India has anticipated a sharp dip in the overall production of coffee in the year 2016-17 as the Western Ghats witnessed erratic...


20 March 2017

Brazilian José Dauster Sette appointed as ICO’s new Executive Director

The International Coffee Council met in London at the headquarters of the International Coffee Organization from 13 to 17 March 2017 for its 119th...


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