A major concern for consumer electronics companies continues to be the impact on sales, profits, and supply chains of the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
Burberry president and chief creative officer Christopher Bailey, who has been with the company since 2001 and prospered under the guidance of former chief exec Angela Ahrendts, is leaving the designer next year.
Australia and Europe are currently undergoing a butter crisis after falls in supply are starting to push up prices.
Ikea will become the first retailer to make single-origin coffee from the White Nile region in Uganda available to its customers.
Costa owner Whitbread has said profits dropped by 10 percent at its coffee business in its first-half, due to more expensive coffee imports, higher staff costs, and rising business rates.
The latest addition to the list of wonder ingredients — honey — is being used for health, beauty, and even sport and as an alternative to refined sugar.
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China is witnessing a technological boom in its shops and restaurants – and human staff are being edged out.
It is International Coffee Day on Sunday, the third annual celebration of coffee’s journey from farmer to consumer.
One of the biggest issues facing the coffee industry is dealing with the huge amounts of waste created by coffee cups.
Once upon a time venturing out for a beer meant selecting from a range of the same veteran, tried and tested brand.
In June 2015, 38 people lost their lives on the popular Port El Kantaoui resort in Tunisia, 30 of which were British tourists.
There are almost 14,000 coffee shops in the UK.
UK shoppers are ditching traditional supermarkets in favor of German discount grocers Aldi and Lidl.
Lidl’s Esmara by Heidi Klum range has lived up to expectations and paves the way for material growth through clothing for the discounters.
The majority of people say that they rely heavily on time saving products and services according to research by GlobalData – but the primary reason they use these products is not to make more time but rather to simplify their lives.
In an online post The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has suggested that soda over indulgence has led to a higher level of failed physical tests amongst new recruits.
Soya milk, almond milk, cashew milk, hazelnut milk, rice milk, hemp milk and oat milk — dairy-free alternative drinks are on the rise, but the latest addition to the list is yellow split pea milk.
There is such a thing as too much technology as the makers of the Juicero Press juicer have just found out.
People in Asia are more likely to find gluten-free labels appealing than the global average, according to a recent GlobalData survey.
Blockchain, the technology that powers cryptocurreny bitcoin, will soon be helping food and drink companies to improve their ability to track and trace products throughout the supply chain.
People are currently riding a wave of nostalgia.
McDonald’s has taken the unexpected step of closing 169 outlets in India, a market where it has been steadily losing ground to competitors following a series of disputes with local management.
Amazon has slashed prices across its newly acquired organic grocer Whole Foods by as much as 43 percent, sending shock waves throughout US and British retailers.
Contactless payment cards are ubiquitous in Australia, and acceptance has been strong compared to most other markets.
Expectations around home delivery are constantly evolving — people want things delivered faster.
Sainsbury’s investors should be relieved that the Co-op has entered into exclusive talks with Nisa, avoiding a competition investigation, Nisa shareholder’s discontent, and most importantly: future disappointment.
Google has submitted details of how it plans to stop favouring its shopping service to comply with a European Union antitrust order.
Beer giant Carling — owned by Molson Coors — has sidestepped a £50m tax payment in the UK by putting advertising Carling as four percent alcohol proof (ABV) when it’s actually been just 3.7 percent since 2012.
Soft drinks sales have fallen in the UK every year since 2012.