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Press Release: Organic Coffee Roaster & Retailer Launches in Beijing, China

For Immediate Release: It is estimated that 1.4 billion cups of coffee are consumed around the world on an average day. Add to that the growing economy of China, a traditional tea market with an expanding global appetite for coffee, and the world is about to become highly caffeinated. This is the hope of two […]

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Specialty Coffee & China

While working on a project that began in L.A. months ago, we’ve shifted our focus to Beijing. Business model intact, site lease signed, staff hired for buildout, and training sessions have been scheduled. As you probably know, Brewed Behavior doesn’t typically consult at a retail level; we stick to our strengths in helping roasters and […]

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The cost of an unclear plan or lack of information is often an increase in competition and a decrease in market share. Brewed Behavior provides education and guidance to those who are truly committed to success in the specialty coffee wholesale market.

We utilize demographic studies and consumer behavior trends to determine your unique value proposition. We provide you with the tools to build a customized infrastructure and solid wholesale branding—from growing and roasting coffee to identifying and delivering to your customer.

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