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While coffee has many benefits, including its high antioxidant content, the drink also has many ‘side-effects’ such as interrupted sleep and a feeling of overwhelming anxiousness that has sent many people searching for coffee alternative. But what are the coffee alternative trends?
The highly publicised grand opening of Starbucks’ new reserve roastery in Milan’s Palazzo della Poste already has many observers wondering whether the coffee giant’s gamble in Italy’s traditional coffee shop market will pay off.
Nestlé has completed a $7.15bn licensing deal with Starbucks granting the Swiss transnational food and drink company perpetual rights to market Starbucks' consumer packaged goods and foodservice products worldwide.
Around two billion cups of coffee are consumed daily, according to the British Coffee Association. However, drinking black coffee in particular doesn’t have to be a dull and bitter part of the consumer’s daily routine. Nor does it have to come with health disadvantages. There are many different ways in which coffee can be consumed and these current coffee trends are sure to redefine ideas of the classic beverage, while not straying too far from its typical taste.
Coca-Cola’s recent proposal to form a non-profit management team, comprising producers and retailers, to oversee the implementation of the UK's deposit return scheme (DRS) was highly encouraging. But recent action on waste from key industry players suggests the idea could be highly flawed.
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