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8 Sep 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM -

8 Sep 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM

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Tea & Coffee World Cup brings together the entirety of the industry – from bean and leaf to cup, held virtually for 2021. The one-day live event, launching on 8th September 2021 with additional exposure for one month, 24/7 on-demand access, assembles delegates and suppliers from across the world and the entire industry, maximising the channels of communication between key decision makers and innovators from the international tea and coffee industries and whole supply chain.

Visit https://www.tcworldcup.com for more information.

Session title: The Lasting Effects of COVID-19 on Coffee and Tea

Session description: Euromonitor International will explore how the COVID-19 pandemic will shape coffee and tea demand around the world in the long term. This “new normal” will include economic aftershocks from the pandemic, shifting consumption occasions caused by changed working patterns and increased consumer interest in emerging functional products. Attendees will gain insight into the differing rates at which the major coffee and tea markets will emerge from the pandemic.

Speaker name: Matthew Barry, Senior Beverages Consultant

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