Record brand turnout at Lujiazui Coffee Festival
A record 270 coffee brands are taking part in the 8th Lujiazui Coffee Festival which kicked off in Shanghai on Wednesday. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]
A record 270 coffee brands are taking part in the 8th Lujiazui Coffee Festival which kicked off in Shanghai on Wednesday.
The five-day festival, which is being held at the Lujiazui Central Green Land and Shanghai International Convention Center, has attracted more than 10 specialty coffee brands from foreign countries for the first time.
These brands include Meraki Coffee from Australia, Roast8ry from Thailand, Glitch Tokyo from Japan, and Homeground Coffee Roaster from Singapore.
Specialty coffee shops from 12 cities, including Baotou in Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Guilin in Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region and Qingdao in Shandong province, have also brought their unique products to the festival.
The first Lujiazui International Coffee Forum held during the festival will feature keynote speeches and roundtable forums involving experts and practitioners in the industry.