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Hotshot introduces "grab and go" hot coffee in a can form
Hotshot is launching instant hot coffee in a ready-to-drink can form.
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Peet’s Coffee & Tea takes majority stake in Intelligentsia Coffee
US-based specialty coffee company Peet’s Coffee & Tea has acquired a majority stake in coffee roaster and retailer Intelligentsia Coffee.
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Coca-Cola’s bottling unit to take control of Georgia tea and coffee business in India
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverage (HCCB), the Coca-Cola’s bottling unit in India, is taking control over the company’s Georgia tea and coffee business in the country.
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Keurig Green Mountain plans to import coffee beans through duty-free zones
US-based coffee brewing company Keurig Green Mountain is planning to import coffee beans into the US through duty-free zones, in an effort to cut down costs as sales of its pods and brewers see a tepid run.
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Jura launches IMPRESSA C65 Platinum for easy brewing of espresso-based beverages
JURA presents a new bean-to-cup automatic coffee center with the sophisticated look of platinum.
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Starbucks to offer beer and wine in London store
US-based coffee chain Starbucks will serve beer and wine in its store in central London. This will become the first store in the capital to serve wine and beer.
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Coffee Day Enterprises launches IPO for business expansion
Coffee Day Enterprises (CDEL) has launched initial public offering (IPO) to raise Rs 11.5bn ($176m) for the expansion of its coffee business.
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Wolfgang Puck Coffee launches new recyclable EcoCup single-serve coffee capsule
Wolfgang Puck Coffee has launched new recyclable EcoCup capsule, an easy-to-recycle single-serve coffee capsule that is compatible with most Keurig K-Cup machines.
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Newby Teas launches its tea range in department store chain Harrods
Luxury tea brand Newby Teas has launched its tea range in the department store chain Harrods in the UK.
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Nespresso launches first coffee from South Sudan
Nespresso has launched its first ever coffee to be exported from the new country of South Sudan. Called Sukuja ti South Sudan, the coffee is claimed to be rare and unique and is the first significant non-oil export from the country and represents a step towards rebuilding the economy, which has been torn by political upheaval.
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Starbucks partners with Send a Cow charity to launch fundraising campaign for Rwanda farmers
International development charity, Send a Cow, together with Starbucks partners across the country, to launch a nationwide fundraising campaign to support poor smallholder farmers in rural Rwanda.
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Nescafe teams up with Google to launch virtual reality coffee experience
Nescafe has partnered with Google to give its customers a virtual reality experience of Brazil’s coffee fields through their mobile phones with a virtual reality viewer developed by Google.
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Starbucks launches ‘Mobile Order & Pay’ in UK to help customers customise their orders
Starbucks is launching Mobile Order & Pay in the UK, allowing customers to pre-order their preferred drinks and food in over 150 London stores and save time in the queue.
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Nestle launches new Coffee Mate flavors in SIG Combibloc carton packs
By FBR Staff Writer
Nestle has introduced new Coffee Mate coffee creamer flavors in aseptic carton packs by Swiss carton packaging and filling machines supplier SIG Combibloc in Mexico.
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Tea still most consumed hot drink in China; but coffee making inroads
By DBR Staff Writer
Drinking tea has a long history in China and while the hot brew is still the most popular drink in the country, a new report from Canadean finds that coffee is expanding its market share rapidly.
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