Expert Opinion

As the appetite for mass-produced low-quality tea is weakening…premium tea is on the rise

Diaz Ayub, National Tea Day Founder and Tea Futurist explains how there is a 'significant shift' in tea consumption.

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Adventures of a Coffee Trainer by Emma Haines

Emma Haines talks about transparency in the sector.

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Adventures of a Tea Trainer by Lucy Chappell

Lucy Chappell, who is managing director and head of training at the London School of Tea, talks about tea and food.

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Adventures of a Coffee Trainer by Emma Haines

Emma Haines explains how operators can increase sales and maintain quality.

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Adventures of a Coffee Trainer by Emma Haines

Emma Haines talks about the importance of Hot Chocolate.

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Adventures of a Tea Trainer by Lucy Chappell

Lucy Chappell, who is managing director and head of training at the London School of Tea, talks about quality.

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What is the future for tea in 2019?

Diaz Ayub, National Tea Day founder and tea futurist, gives insight into the future of tea in 2019.

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Soft drinks: Adult drinks, chilled coffee and flavoured water tipped as top trends

Gavin Partington, director general at the British Soft Drinks Association, talks about what to expect in soft drinks for 2019.

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Operators will see continuing price fluctuations

Rachel Dobson, managing director of Lynx Purchasing, warns operators over volatility in commodity pricing.

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Adventures of a coffee consultant by Raf Mlodzianowski

Raf Mlodzianowski asks what 2019 will look like for the coffee industry.

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Adventures of a Tea Trainer by Lucy Chappell

Lucy Chappell, who is managing director and head of training at the London School of Tea, talks about the January Tea-Tox.

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Adventures of a Coffee Trainer by Emma Haines

Emma Haines talks about the importance of investing in training.

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