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  • The Ripple Maker Makes Your Selfies Drinkable

    The Ripple Maker combines 3D and ink-jet printing technology to create a work of art on top of the foam of a latte.

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON, March 24- Arabica coffee on ICE Futures U.S. on Friday dropped to the lowest since early January as cocoa futures also fell while raw sugar prices continued to recover from Wednesday's 10- month low. *May arabica closed down 2.9 cents, or 2.06 percent, at $1.376 per lb, settling near the session's 2-1/ 2- month low of $1.371. *May robusta followed,...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON, March 23- Raw sugar futures on ICE jumped on Thursday, recovering from the previous session's 10- month low on short-covering, as cocoa on ICE Futures U.S. edged toward this week's two-month high and coffee prices retreated. *The market's decline has been driven by fund selling, a favorable production outlook in top grower Brazil and diminishing...

  • Dunkin Donuts is replacing a frozen fan favorite

    The coffee chain announced that it will be phasing out the coffee Coolatta and replacing it with the new Frozen Coffee beverage.

  • Coffee, tea or coffee-infused herbal tea?

    Asian countries are among the fastest-growing coffee retail markets in the world, says Jemi Crookes of Mintel.

  • LONDON, Feb 28- Global coffee exports rose 6.7 percent in January from a year earlier to total 9.84 million 60- kg bags, the International Coffee Organization said on Tuesday. For the first four months of the 2016/ 17 season, which began on Oct. 1 last year, coffee exports were up 8.9 percent at 39.98 million bags. Robusta coffee exports were a marginal 0.4 percent lower...

  • LONDON, Feb 3- Robusta coffee futures fell on Friday as weak technicals prompted fresh selling by speculators, while New York cocoa slid to the lowest in almost four years on enduring worries about over-supply. March robusta coffee futures fell $12, or 0.55 percent, to $2,189 a tonne at 1451 GMT, extending losses from the previous session when prices tumbled 2.6...

  • LONDON, Feb 3- Robusta coffee futures fell further on Friday as weak technicals prompted fresh selling by speculators, while cocoa also fell on enduring worries of over-supply. March robusta coffee futures fell $20, or 0.91 percent, to $2,181 a tonne at 1242 GMT, extending losses from the previous session when prices tumbled 2.6 percent. March arabica coffee...

  • *Tet holiday in Vietnam curbs robusta selling. Dealers said a continued lack of hedge selling, with top robusta producer Vietnam celebrating the last day of the Lunar New Year holiday called Tet, also helped clear the way for prices to advance. Speculators have been bullish since the beginning of this year due to the prospect of a second consecutive poor robusta...

  • *Tet holiday in Vietnam curbs selling in robusta market. *Sugar remains rangebound as India developments awaited. May robusta coffee futures were up $16 or 0.72 percent at $2,252 a tonne at 1505 GMT after earlier climbing to a peak of $2,279, the highest for the second position since September 2011.

  • *Tet holiday in Vietnam curbs selling in robusta market. *Sugar remains rangebound as India developments awaited. May robusta coffee futures were up $29 or 1.3 percent at $2,265 a tonne at 1319 GMT after earlier climbing to a peak of $2,279, the highest for the second position since September 2011.

  • *Ivory Coast cocoa bean exports fall- port data. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Jan 31- New York cocoa futures on ICE rebounded from a four-year low on Tuesday, climbing for the first time in five sessions on short-covering, while arabica coffee fell after beneficial rain in top grower Brazil. March New York cocoa futures settled up $25, or 1.2 percent, at $2,103 per tonne, after...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 31- Global coffee exports rose 5.3 percent in the 2016 calendar year and 8.3 percent in the first quarter of the 2016/ 17 crop year, data from the International Coffee Organization showed on Tuesday. Global coffee exports in the 2016 calendar year reached 118.42 million bags, up from 112.47 million bags in 2015, while they climbed to 29.77 million bags...

  • *Sugar market shrugs off output data from Brazil. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Jan 30- Arabica coffee futures on ICE eased on Monday, extending last week's losses after top grower Brazil received beneficial rain, while New York cocoa inched down to the lowest in nearly four years as the British pound dipped. Robusta supplies have tightened following poor crops in Brazil and...

  • LONDON, Jan 30- Arabica coffee futures eased on Monday, extending last week's losses, as expectations for a smaller crop were dampened by better weather in top producer Brazil. March arabica coffee futures fell 1.9 cents, or 1.3 percent, to $1.505 per lb by 1610 GMT while March robusta coffee futures were own $2, or 0.1 percent, at $2,236 a tonne. Robusta supplies have...

  • Starbucks CEO vows to hire 10,000 refugees

    The coffee chain plans to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in the 75 countries where it does business.

  • LONDON, Jan 30- Arabica coffee futures fell on Monday, extending last week's losses, while raw sugar prices slipped on fading expectations that India will start imports this quarter. March arabica coffee futures fell 1.45 cents, or 0.95 percent, to $1.509 per lb at 1224 GMT while March robusta coffee futures fell $3, or 0.13 percent, to $2,235 a tonne.

  • Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

    In the wake of Trump’s move to bar immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries, Starbucks' CEO vowed to hire 10,000 refugees globally.

  • Stocks to Watch: January 27, 2017

    Honeywell, Intel, and Starbucks are making headlines on Wall Street to wrap up the trading week.

  • Starbucks says overcrowding at counters hurt sales

    The coffee chain says incoming customers are leaving without making a purchase due to the crowd of people waiting for their drinks.