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The National Coffee Association (NCA), New York, published “Coffee Across Generations,” a new report in the NCA's “National Coffee Drinking Trends” market research series analyzing the differences in coffee consumption behaviors and attitudes among different generations.
Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co. launched its latest single-origin coffee: Ethiopia.
Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin’ Brands will celebrate National Coffee Day, which is Sunday, Sept. 29, by treating fans to a free small cup of Dunkin’ Donuts hot or iced coffee via a mobile offer eligible at participating Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants throughout the United States.
Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop, Dublin, Ohio, is adding single-serve coffee cups to its portfolio. The at-home brewing option is compatible for use in Waterbury, Vt.-based Green Mountain Coffee Roasters’ (GMCR) Keurig single-cup brewers, the company says. The single-serve coffee cups are not licensed and do not have an affiliation with GMCR, it adds.
Chameleon Cold-Brew added three flavors to its line of cold-brewed coffee, which is made from certified organic and Fair Trade Arabica coffee beans.
Life is good Inc. is partnering with The J.M. Smucker Co. to launch a new line of packaged coffees late this summer.
According to the National Coffee Association (NCA), in 2012 the United States sustained its place as the largest coffee market in the world, consuming approximately 450 million cups of coffee each day, says Nina Hughes-Likins, senior marketing manager with Synergy Flavors, Wauconda, Ill.
Seattle’s Best Coffee, part of Starbucks Corp., and specialty food manufacturer Inventure Foods Inc. have teamed up to launch Seattle’s Best Coffee Frozen Coffee Blends.
Barnie’s Coffee Kitchen introduced Pronto! single-serve, cold-brewed, liquid coffee concentrates made from 100 percent Arabica beans.
In honor of Groundhog Day, Seattle’s Best Coffee, a wholly owned subsidiary of Seattle-based Starbucks Coffee Co., plans to ease the chill of six more weeks of winter with free beverages if the groundhog sees his shadow Feb. 2.