Coffee in Canada – The Road Ahead

Canadians love our coffee! Coffee is a pick me up, a social connection with friends and colleagues, a source of comfort, a daily go-to, or sometimes simply a treat. Coffee is the most consumed beverage in Canada after water. But how, where, and the way we drink our coffee has changed, particularly over the last few years.

How is the coffee industry performing today? And what lies ahead?

Robert Carter, President of the Coffee Association of Canada (CAC), will answer those questions and more at an exclusive session at the CAMA UnconVENDtional event in September. Drawing upon the proprietary CAC Canadian Drinking Trends Study which is available to Member Patrons, Robert will share insights into current trends, consumers' preferences and the growth of new categories like cold beverages.
Robert Carter is Canada’s leading restaurant and foodservice expert with over 20 years of unique industry experience spanning executive leadership, strategy, sales, marketing and research. In addition to his role as CAC President, Robert is also Managing Partner of The StratonHunter Group, where he leads a portfolio of high growth companies in the foodservice and food-tech industry by developing and implementing strategic growth plans to increase revenue, market share and brand awareness.
Have You Met The Coffee Association of Canada?

CAC members include the top Canadian coffee roasters, retailers, importers and suppliers, with a shared goal to ensure a sustainable coffee industry for the future. The CAC’s focus is to elevate the Canadian coffee industry through education, awareness, advocacy and connection. The Association’s annual Conference #CACConnect is being held in Toronto on November 9th, with a speaker lineup brimming with industry experts and leaders.

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