International Coffee Day is here and it’s tomorrow

More good news for the coffee market comes with the first official International Coffee Day to be celebrated tomorrow October 1. This new annual celebration has been declared by the International Coffee Organisation (ICO) to coincide with the 115th session of the International Coffee Council and the first Global Coffee Forum currently taking place in Milan. The ICO works to bring producing and consuming countries together to exchange views on coffee matters, market conditions and coffee policies.

Jura serves up 6,000 coffees to connoisseurs at GF&WS

Jura had everyone wanting coffee to themselves at this year’s GF&WS in Sydney, as one of the only major appliance brands at the Show. Following a huge investment last year, DeLonghi and Nespresso did not make an appearance for 2015. Jura made more than 6,000 coffees over the three-day event, according to head of sales, George Liakatos.

Jura eager to dominate coffee at Sydney GF&WS

Visitors to the recent Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show (GF&WS) fell in love with Jura’s Masterclass as it showed them how easy it is to make café quality coffee in the comfort of your own home. According to Jura Australia head of sales George Liakatos, the queues for coffee were “endless” and the feedback from visitors was “overwhelmingly positive.”