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  • Coffee culture is frothing up in China
  • Coffee culture is frothing up in China
    Maan Coffee (2014) ©
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Coffee culture is frothing up in China

Coffee culture is warming up in China – in 2014 it was estimated to be worth $1.9 million, forecast to grow another 14% by 2016. And hot on the heels of global giants like Starbucks and Costa Coffee, Korean brand Maan Coffee is grinding out its own niche in the marketplace.

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