The New York Daily News reports that Tim Hortons is brewing up a fresh strategy to take on Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts.Read More »
JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH, of Harvard Medical School writes at Bottom Line Health writes that Studies show that coffee may… Reduce risk for some cancers. An analysis of nine studies found that drinking two cups of coffee daily lowered liver cancer risk by 43%. Coffee also may protect against colorectal cancer.Read More »
Convenience Store News reports The fast-food coffee wars have yet to dent Dunkin Donuts’ bottom line very much, one of the chain’s owners said this week.Read More »
Linda Lisanti writes in Convenience Store News that there’s good news and bad news in the coffee category these days.Read More »
A Zogby Interactive survey then asked which coffee brand people felt best described them–Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts. George W. Bush took the Dunkin’ …Read More »
Rueters reports that J.M. Smucker Co (SJM.N) posted higher-than-expected quarterly earnings as its Folgers coffee business continued to drive improved results, and the company signed a deal to sell coffee packs for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc’s (GMCR.O) brewers.Read More »
Jennifer Youssef of The Detroit News reports that as Starbucks Corp. shutters stores in Michigan — seven closed last year and 11 more are on the chopping block — Canada’s Tim Hortons Inc. is moving in to serve coffee-drinkers left in the lurch.Read More »
A release on BusinessWire today announces that Honey Dew Donuts has partnered with The Dartmouth Company to assist them with their expansion efforts. The Dartmouth Company is a full service commercial real estate firm specializing in the leasing and sale of retail properties throughout New England. The key to The Dartmouth Company’s success has been the quality of their team members and their in-depth understanding of the markets in which they operate.Read More »
USA Today reports that Burger King(BKC) plans to launch a massive new coffee line as it tries to overhaul its breakfast menu and boost its slumping business.
The nation’s No. 2 burger chain will add Starbucks’ Seattle’s Best Coffee to all its U.S. restaurants in a phased roll-out that begins this summer, executives told The Associated Press on Tuesday.
Crain’s New York Business reports that after two seasons serving McCafe beverages at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, McDonald’s has bowed out and Starbucks has stepped in.Read More »