With specialty coffee being one of the fastest-growing markets in the world, Natalya Latypova,managing director of Glee Hospitality Solutions, explores this growing trend and the equipment that’s making waves across the market.
With coffee embedded in local cultures across the Middle East, it should come as no surprise that coffee shops are increasing in number throughout the region. Nandini Roy Choudhury, client partner of F&B at Future Market Insights, reveals the latest developments in the industry, including new brands that are emerging on the coffee scene.
Over 2.5 billion cups of coffee are consumed worldwide daily, with volumes second only to water consumption. Christian Salloum, founder and managing director of BrandPortunity Hospitality Consultancy, outlines the trends disrupting the coffee industry and what consumers are looking for.
The Middle East is considered to be the cradle of coffee consumption. Naim Maadad, chief executive and founder of Gates Hospitality, takes us on a coffee-infused journey to discover the latest trends in this favorite beverage that are defining the region.
To find out what’s new in coffee, we spoke to four industry professionals who brought us up to date on all things related to this most popular of brews, from machines and market trends to the true meaning of the “coffee sommelier” role.
As coffee continues to be the drink of choice for many, we sat with Roy Daniel, managing partner of Barista Espresso, to uncover the coffee industry’s biggest challenges, customers’ needs and how Barista Espresso is catering to them.
Joseph Saade, managing director of MTM Trading Sarl, has a strong relationship with coffee. It all began in 2002, when he participated in the World Barista Championship in Norway and was ranked 10th in the world. With a passion for coffee, ambitious mindset and a positive attitude to match, Saade tells us about SENSO coffee and what it’s bringing to the market.
Organic coffee blend AMAHA awe UGANDA by Nespresso is launched in the UAE as part of its Reviving Origins program
Nespresso UAE has launched AMAHA awe UGANDA, meaning “hope of Uganda” in the country’s local language, enabling coffee lovers of the UAE to enjoy a rich new coffee blend while helping revive the Uganda’s coffee industry and restoring the exquisite coffee Uganda was once known for.