Pu'er, better known for its tea, exported 7,927 tonnes of coffee beans in 2007, accounting for more than 40 per cent of China's coffee exports. Photo: SCMP
Doug Young
Opinion

Opinion

Doug Young

Nestle grows China coffee investment

Nestle's new commitment in Yunnan reflects the rapid rise of coffee in China, which could split the market with tea in the next 20-30 years

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Pu'er, better known for its tea, exported 7,927 tonnes of coffee beans in 2007, accounting for more than 40 per cent of China's coffee exports. Photo: SCMP
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