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La paradoja del consumo en América Latina: café y jugos

by February 18th, 2016

  El discurso de la premiumización ha permeado las industrias de las bebidas no alcohólicos tanto frías como calientes en América Latina. Mientras este fenómeno ocurre en nichos determinados, existe una fortaleza de los productos masivos no premium que no ha perdido fuerza en la región. Un ejemplo es el café instantáneo, cuya participación dentro […]

Три фактора влияющих на кофейный рынок в Украине

by February 11th, 2016

В 2016 году на украинский кофейный рынок может повлиять договор о зоне свободной торговли между Украиной и Европейским Союзом, который предполагает снижение, а в некоторых случаях, полное обнуление таможенных пошлин. Это, вероятнее всего, приведет к обострению конкуренции между национальными и европейскими брендами. Однако, в то же время, многие украинцы сознательно покупают украинские товары, проявляя свой […]

Three Factors Influencing the Coffee Market in Ukraine

by February 6th, 2016

The coffee market in Ukraine in 2016 is likely to be influenced by the  agreement between 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 […]

Latest Trends in Global Hot Drinks

by 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 […]

Brooklyn’s Coffee Shop Scene Shows Growing Demand for Specialty Coffee

by 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 […]

Brooklyn’s Third Wave Coffee Shops Signals Growing Emphasis on Sourcing

by 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 […]