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Changes brewing in coffee market

Brent Melville
Mon, 29 Jun 2020

Brent Melville
Mon, 29 Jun 2020
Flat white lovers aren't drinking any less as a result of the covid-19 crisis, but the pandemic will have impacts on the coffee market as consumers adapt their sources of caffeine, says Rabobank. The agribusiness banker said closure of food service outlets and offices during covid lockdowns had created “new habits”, with households moving to online purchases and buying whole-bean coffee. The bank also notes a trend towards stay-at-home premium coffees. The upshot is that global coffee demand will drop by about 60 million kilograms this...

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