2016 Canadian Coffee Trends Report highlights being presented November 1st
Coffee is the most popular beverage amongst adult Canadians over 16 – even more than tap water. So what does the future look like for the $6.2 billion Canadian coffee industry?
- Why does coffee remain the #1 consumed beverage in Canada?
- How are Millennials changing the coffee industry in Canada?
- Is single-serve having an impact on out of home?
- Do coffee consumers really care about ethical certifications?
These questions and more will be answered when the highlights of the 2016 Canadian Coffee Trends Report, commissioned by the Coffee Association of Canada (CAC), are presented at the CAC’s Annual Conference on Tuesday, November 1st at the Design Exchange in Toronto.
What: Presentation of highlights from the 2016 Canadian Coffee Trends report
Who: Robert Carter, NPD; Michael Edwards, Dig Insights; Sophie Morrisseau, Nielsen
Date: Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Time: 1:00-2:00 pm (join us for lunch from noon-1pm if you’re available)
Where: The Design Exchange, 234 Bay Street, Toronto
(during the Coffee Association of Canada annual conference)
To RVSP or for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 289-259-4737.
About the Coffee Association of Canada (www.coffeeassoc.com):
The Coffee Association of Canada is a registered not-for-profit trade organization. The CAC and its members (https://www.coffeeassoc.com/association-members/) are champions for the advancement and enjoyment of coffee in Canada – the most consumed beverage in the country. For more than 20 years the CAC has advocated on behalf of our membership on government policy and regulations. The CAC is also a trusted source of research and knowledge, educating and engaging members, consumers, government and the media about coffee news, health benefits and industry trends in Canada and beyond.