February 6th, 2016
The coffee market in Ukraine is being influenced mainly by the 2016 agreement between the Ukraine and the European Union. This agreement means that imports between the two parties are no longer subject to import tax. While this may increase rivalry between European brands and local coffee producers, Ukrainian consumers are notoriously patriotic and consciously […]
January 29th, 2016
While tea is set to make continued gains, coffee remains well ahead in overall value terms. What’s more, some of the fastest-growing coffee markets in the world are traditional tea drinking markets like the UK, as coffee house culture drives entirely different consumption patterns between retail and foodservice purchases.
January 26th, 2016
Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at the Coffee & Tea Industry event (RUCTIE), March 1-3, 2016, at ECC Sokolniki Moscow, Russia. Russian Coffee and Tea industry event is an international coffee and tea conference and exhibition for the industrial production chain from bean and leaf to cup. It can be considered as the largest […]
January 23rd, 2016
Beginning January 18, Euromonitor International’s drinks team offers refreshed category sizes, company shares and brand shares, with current global briefings, analysis and opinion to be published in the next several weeks and months. Latest market forecasts extending to the year 2020 are also now available.
January 18th, 2016
Three key trends are impacting global hot drinks: premiumisation, growth in specialist coffee shops and tea boutiques, and a health positioning. In the podcast Euromonitor International’s Senior Beverages Analyst Virginia Lee discusses how growing consumer sophistication is leading to growth in handcrafted coffee and tea drinks and premium teas in “third wave” coffee shops and […]
January 6th, 2016
A look at Brooklyn, New York’s “third wave” coffee shop scene indicates a rising interest in specialty coffee in the US and beyond. Americans’ interest in all things handcrafted and artisanal has led to a strong demand for specialty coffee such as single-origin beans prepared with pourover methods using the Chemex and Hario V60 both […]
December 15th, 2015
Two big trends exhibited in the Brooklyn coffee shop scene indicative of larger trends are single-origin coffee and direct trade coffee. In the past, grocery stores and coffee shops served blended coffee from multiple regions. This is more cost effective, but there is a shift towards single-origin coffee. Single-origin coffee comes from a single […]
December 9th, 2015
JAB Holding’s US$13.9 billion buyout of Keurig Green Mountain represents a further statement of intent regarding the investment group’s ambitions in the coffee space. While the company has focused its efforts on the US in 2015, with the Keurig deal following the acquisitions of third-wave coffee players Stumptown Coffee Roasters and Intelligentsia Coffee, the long-term […]
November 20th, 2015
The PLMA (Private Label Manufacturers Association) hosted its Private Label Trade Show from 15-17 November this year in Rosemont, Illinois.
October 9th, 2015
Peet’s Coffee & Tea announced earlier this week that it had reached an agreement to purchase Stumptown Coffee Roasters, a unique example of a US coffee shop chain from the “second wave” generation buying one of the best-known members of the “third wave” movement. It also represents a further statement of intent from Peet’s parent […]