All Starbucks articles – Page 8

  • News

    Roadchef appoints Fox as CEO


    Mark Fox has joined Roadchef, the UK’s largest motorway service area operator, as its new chief executive

  • News

    Starbucks UK expands Community Café programme


    Starbucks has expanded its Community Café programme to 20 cafes in Great Britai

  • Branded coffee shops analysis April18
    Analysis & Insight

    Tim Hortons and Joe & The Juice among fastest growing coffee shop operators


    Tim Hortons and Joe & The Juice are among the fastest growing coffee shop operators, according to the latest MCA Branded Coffee Shops report. Canadian concept Tim Hortons led the way in terms of forecast percentage growth by number of outlets, with site numbers set to increase by 61.5% to ...

  • News

    Bubbleology heading to Stratford London


    Bubbleology, the bubble tea concept, is opening in Westfield London, MCA understands.

  • PizzaExpress International

    Around the world in 80 opportunities


    In his latest Going Global column for MCA, international franchise expert Jasper Reid, weighs up the pros and cons of the major franchising targets around the world. He also takes a look at some non-traditional locations where UK eating out brands could thrive.

  • Opinion

    The evolution of the doughnut


    In her latest view of the US market, Kerstin Kühn writes for MCA about the evolution of the humble doughnut in the States. She investigates a whole new generation of doughnuteries springing up around the USA, making their mark on the country’s culinary landscape

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks Q2 lfls down 1% in Europe


    Starbucks saw like-for-like sales fall in the EMEA region in the second quarter.

  • News

    Starbucks reports 150% increase in reusable cup use


    A charge placed on disposable coffee cups in select Starbucks outlets in London has led to a 150% increase in reusable cup use, according to the company.

  • Mark Wingett
    Analysis & Insight

    Is everyone in position?


    The latest sector most powerful people list has unsurprisingly sparked debate on where people were positioned and who was included and left out. It has also put the spotlight on some of those roles that need filling across the sector, including at Drake & Morgan. At the same time, Wagamama has filled some roles of its own in its US operation, highlighting its determination to succeed Stateside, writes Mark Wingett.

  • Rod McKie

    McKie to swap Welcome Break for Sticks n Sushi


    Welcome Break chief executive Rod Mckie is to step down from his role at the end of next month to join Sticks n Sushi as worldwide chief executive.

  • News

    Starbucks to close US stores for racial-bias training


    Starbucks has announced its will shut more than 8,000 stores in the US on the afternoon of 29 May to carry out training “geared towards preventing discrimination”.

  • News

    MOD promotes Twohig


    MOD Pizza has announced three executive-level promotions its Seatle global headquarters.

  • News

    Waitrose to phase out disposable coffee cups


    Waitrose is to stop using disposable coffee cups in a move it says will save 52 million cups a year.

  • Analysis & Insight

    Gender pay gap reporting: A sector overview


    Gender pay gap reporting has been dominating the headlines this week. With the deadline now passed, what were the numbers reported by some of the biggest players in the eating and drinking out market? MCA takes a look

  • Costa meal deal

    Costa trials lunchtime meal deal


    Costa Coffee is trialling its first ever meal deal at over 1,500 UK stores as it seeks to grab a slice of the lunchtime market

  • News

    Federman swaps Wasabi for Q Apartments


    Wasabi’s interim finance director Raoul Federman is to join serviced apartments group Q Apartments as chief financial officer, MCA understands.

  • Wasabi

    Wasabi secures £30m bank funding; appoints FD


    Wasabi, the sushi and bento chain, has secured a £30m revolving credit facility from HSBC to fund further growth and has appointed a new finance director.

  • Caffe Nero

    Caffè Nero lfls up 3.7%


    Caffè Nero saw its global like-for-like sales increase 3.7% in the six months to the end of 2017, with UK like-for-likes up 2.5% during the same period

  • News

    Soul Foods appoint McDonald’s Morgan as FD


    David Morgan, the former finance director – head of integration (UK & Ireland) has joined the Soul Foods Group as finance director, MCA understands.

  • News

    Starbucks introduces “latte levy”


    Starbucks will today become the first UK coffee chain to trial a “latte levy” – a 5p charge on takeaway coffee cups