Independent specialist coffee and tea shops are proliferating. Taiwanese people’s appreciation of coffee has been developing and become more refined over the past decade.
Overall demand for bars/pubs in Taiwan has been declining. Consumers, especially younger consumers, are typically seeking smaller, cosier premises while larger-sized establishments are holding less and less appeal.
President Coffee Corp brand Starbucks was the number one name in terms of transactions, value sales and volume sales in 2018. The brand also posted some of the fastest outlet growth to become the leader in unit terms, displacing local chain 85°C Cafe.
Competition for coffee sales is strong – among cafés and specialist coffee and tea shops as well as from elsewhere outside of the overall channel. Membership programmes continue to prove a key component of operations for chains aiming to increase brand loyalty.
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