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Adorned with a new brand identity, DRWakefield continued to grow both in size and in turnover in the past year, expanding its capacity and concentrating on ensuring its sustainability

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As an independent family business made up of real coffee enthusiasts, DRWakefield prides itself on providing its customers with the right coffee, at the right price, while also doing all it can to support the communities that help it to achieve this aim

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Recognised as one of the UK’s most inspiring businesses, coffee manufacturer Lincoln & York has developed a solid reputation in the market as an expert in private label coffee roasting

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With reports suggesting that the coffee industry is in ‘rude health’ the growing demand for high-quality coffee products has created an exciting market for both manufacturers and retailers alike. Andrew Dann talks to Barry Kither, Nick Birss and Guy Wilmot about the popularity of coffee within a range of industry sectors

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South African based catering company RoyalMnandi has become a preferred food service solutions supplier to industries including commercial, healthcare, industrial and mining, education and events

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The FoodChain team sample a selection of new and innovative foods and drinks

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Predicted to be a new trend for 2016, ready to drink cold brewed coffee has arrived in the UK and is available from www.yumbles. com

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The FoodChain team sample a selection of new and innovative foods and drinks

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The nation’s favourite coffee shop, Costa, opened its first food-led concept store, Costa Fresco, in London. The specially designed store environment, exclusive to Costa, features designated zones for relaxing and a new way of presenting freshly baked food. Specially trained staff will be on hand to advise, bake and serve

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The oldest coffee company in Germany, J.J. Darboven Specialty Coffees, based in Hamburg, has devotees around the globe Founded in 1866 as a local provider of roasted coffee for German households, today J.J. Darboven has a strong national presence and includes 14 companies in nine European nations, mainly bordering Germany.

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