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Coffee roaster executives used to sit down once a year with retailers to discuss prices. On rare occasions, they sat down twice a year. Currently, however, they are holding discussions almost once a month. Read the whole article: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/acd09cda-3a6c-11e0-9c65-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz1EDAOyEh6
Right guy, another discussion has started to ramble on a different thread, so want to funnel it into here. Drink prices has long been a real thorn in my side. When I started at Coffee Aroma, I didn't really mind the £2 we charge per most coffees. However with increased knowledge, realisation of our workload, and understanding of coffee prices, I started to get annoyed. We were slowly becoming the cheapest coffee shop in town. Cheaper than the chains that buy cheap coffee, use the most efficient and cheapest method of coffee production, and cut corners in many places. I had a rea