from a tea nation to a coffee super power - food tech news in asia

When Starbucks came to China in the late 90', nobody thought of any huge success for this brand. After all, Starbucks offered, and still does, a cup of coffee for the same price as a lunch for two in a typical Chinese restaurant. Besides, all the people in China are drinking tea, right?

Well, not exactly...

Nowadays, people in China take it for granted that almost at every street corner and shopping mall, one can find several coffee shops of . . .

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