Tea

European Coffee Expo ‘Exhibitor spotlight’: Kenya Tea

Each week we’ll be bringing you the latest news, exhibitor profiles, visitor information, conference speakers and more to keep you up-to-date with what’s going to be happening at European Coffee Expo, which takes places at London’s Olympia on May 22-23.

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Tea – time to reap the benefits

Tea presents a huge opportunity for retail operators to drive value and grow profits, reveals the findings of the latest Tetley Tea Report. With tea experiencing growth – 13.5% up in value terms in out of home between 2015-17 – many operators are missing a trick by ignoring the consumers’ great British love affair with tea.

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Q&A with Teapigs’ co-founder, Louise Cheadle

In our third week of tea Q&As, in the run-up to the launch of the Tetley Tea Report, we welcome Teapigs’ co-founder and tea-taster Louise Cheadle to share the highlights of the year and more.

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Q&A with Jing tea’s MD, Catherine Archer

In the run-up to the launch of the annual Tetley Tea Report next week, Coffee Business World has been asking tea companies what were the highlights of 2017 for them, along with the challenges and opportunities they see for the year ahead. This week we welcome Jing tea’s managing director Catherine Archer.

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Good & Proper expansion

Josh Mordecai joins the Good & Proper Tea Co this week to help drive the wholesale side of the business.

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Edgcumbes expands café business

Coffee roasters and tea blenders Edgcumbes is set to open a new café business next month in response to ever-rising customer demand at its Arundel-based home, alongside a new training and event space to host students of its Sussex Food Academy.

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