Tag: coffee

Lavazza canned coffee range including pack shots of its Capuccino, Caffe Latte, Espresso and Milk and Capuccino with Protein.

Lavazza gets on the go in new cans

Italian coffee brand Lavazza has branched out into the canned coffee format with the launch of a new core range and limited edition protein variant.
Promotional image of Nescafé brand partnership with Nestlé chocolate brands Quality Street and Aero.

Nescafé teams up with Nestlé chocolate brands

Nestlé has brought its Nescafé coffee brand together with two of its popular chocolate brands to produce new chocolate mocha coffee variants.
Pack shots of the new Starbucks Protein Drink with Coffee range in three flavours including Caffe Latte, Chocolate Mocha and Caramel Hazelnut.

Starbucks gains with new Protein Drinks

Arla Foods, the firm behind Starbucks RTD drinks, has unveiled its new Starbuck Protein Drink with Coffee range to tap into the emerging category.
Ueshima Coffee Latte cans stand on a marble table with the Latte variant on the left and Matcha Latte on the right.

Ueshima Coffee rolls with a Latte innovations

Ueshima Coffe Company has brought its canned Latte iced coffee variants to UK markets for the first time, aiming to offer a balanced choice this summer.
A product shot of Starbucks Skinny Latte Chilled Coffee is next to Adam Hacking, head of beverages at Arla Foods.

Starbucks brings a chilled offer in the morning

Ensure customers don't miss out on their favourite brands because of financial pressures by offering an in-store solution from Starbucks.

Kenco rolls out new Millicano coffee flavours

Major coffee brand Kenco has strengthened its Millicano range of instant coffee with three new barista-style launches, inclusive of a Cadbury team up.

Matthew Algie supports the future

Matthew Algie is out to support the future generations of coffee roasters with the launch of its new coffee made by a top student on its Next Gen programme.

Arctic Coffee brings a cold blast of innovation

Arctic Coffee has brought a double cool blast to the chillers with the launch of two new coffee variants made popular in coffee shops to retail.

Starbucks extends no added sugar fraps

Arla is out to grow the demand for balanced Frappuccino variants with the launch of its Starbucks Frappuccino Caramel No Added Sugar drink.

Quality coffee made convenient with Matthew Algie

Matthew Algie aims to offer convenient coffee solutions for retail stores as consumers seek their quick caffeine fix in the mornings.
Lincoln & York offer plenty of solutions for retailer coffee needs so consumers can get their day off to a good start.

Lincoln & York drive solutions in coffee to go

Lincoln & York Coffee Roasters category insight manager Richard Milner offers retailers advice on ways to attract consumers into their c-stores.
Starbucks Chilled Coffee.

Starbucks takes a chilled approach

Starbucks says its chilled coffee offerings have a major role to play in further growth of the RTD coffee market.

For the love of coffee

C-STORE operators thinking of installing a coffee-to-go system could well be encouraged by a report from Mintel that shows 74% of Britons buy out-of-home...
Fairer trade?

Fairer trade? Firm mad on Madagascar

MADECASSE, the Madagascan ‘fair for life’ chocolate brand, is pushing its four flavoured bars to independent stores. Arabica Coffee, Cinnamon and Sakay, Sea Salt and...

Refill packs win green points

REFILL packs have helped Kenco – one of the first coffee brands to be made with 100% Rainforest Alliance beans – improve its environmental...