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Brew-it-yourself: Why De’Longhi, Vittoria are ramping up their DTC offers

Throughout the pandemic, coffee consumption shifted radically to at-home brew-it-yourself setups. Now, coffee machine an...

South Korea postpones controversial deposit scheme for takeaway cups

Cafe and eatery operators decry the deposit-refund system as shifting the burden of waste prevention to them.

Why coffee is a natural progression for Who Gives a Crap

Ethical toilet paper company Who Gives a Crap is exploring rather unique ways to accelerate demand for its product.

Indonesian coffee showcase to open in Seoul

A cafe specialising in artisanal Indonesian coffee is planned to open soon on the Bojeong-dong Cafe Street in Seoul.

Is Hong Kong coffee overpriced?

An online index from Voucherbox.co.uk shows Hong Kong coffee is the most expensive in the world.

La Station flagship first of chain

Three French entrepreneurs have opened the first of a planned chain of gourmet cafes in Wan Chai, branded La Station.

Capsule coffee sales boom in Korea

As more and more people enjoy their ‘home cafe’ coffee at home or at work, capsule coffee machine sales are going throug...

Costa Coffee China to treble network

Costa Coffee China is to boost its cafe network to 900 on the back of growing sales and profit in the market.

Starbucks Hong Kong opens new Landmark cafe

Starbucks Hong Kong has opened a new cafe in the heart of Hong Kong’s Sheung Shui district.

KFC China moves into ‘premium’ coffee

KFC China is reportedly planning a serious move into the ‘premium’ coffee market, aiming to become a low cost alternativ...