A German coffee company is getting a warm welcome in the Chinese city of Changde, where it is setting up its third outlet.
China’s hot beverage market has long been saturated with tea. Now the country is beginning to develop a taste for coffee too.
Many people see insects as annoying pests. But British biologist Dave Goulson cautions: A world without insects is a dull place without coffee and chocolate — and with dead animals and cow patties piling up.
The trade conflicts between the US and several of its biggest partners are escalating. Among those wary of the consequences are American companies and thousands are scrambling to be made exempt from certain tariffs.
The coffee company is known for its culture of rapid expansion but it is taking a particular punt on China. As it opens a 'shrine' to coffee in Shanghai, it is hoping to eventually make the Chinese market its biggest.
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