Nearly a third of Brits own a coffee pod machine

More Brits jump on the pod trend as sales as the capsules soar by a whopping 30%, exclusive research for The Grocer reveals

DIY coffee? Global innovations put hot drinks in your hands

We’ve searched the globe for some of the most exciting new launches in tea, coffee and beyond. Someone pop the kettle on…

Video: Tetley’s top tea taster on how to brew up growth

With sales of tea going cold, we dropped in at Tetley HQ for a cuppa and a chat. How can growth be resurrected?

Infographic: How do Brits take their tea?

How does the national drink differ across Britain? We’ve teamed up with Harris Interactive to find out…

Lidl buyer: Customers will pay for quality and convenience

We quiz Verena Alter from Lidl on what can be done to add value back into the hot beverages market. And whether tea pods are the future

Reading the tea leaves: What does the future hold?

We’ve asked some of the market’s biggest players to gaze into their crystal balls to see what future has in store for the tea market

Class divide: What your tea says about your social standing

Do the less affluent only drink builders’ tea or are they partial to a drop of herbal as well? Are those better off more likely to sup green tea? We find out…

Coffee pods: Are manufacturers doing enough to recycle them?

With coffee pod sales on the rise, what are manufacturers doing to alleviate concerns over the recyclability of pods?

Stuck on the shelf or the mind? How brands can get ‘stickier’

Many tea brands are getting left on the shelf in the price war. Cubo’s head of creative strategy Nick Ward explains how they can avoid this

Thinking outside the bag: The best in tea bag alternatives

Unilever launched the pyramid tea bag 20 years ago this year, and it’s still the UK’s most popular cuppa. Here we look at some of the formats that could challenge its position…