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Celebrating the arrival of the all-new Costa Coffee Stores

The all-new Costa Coffee Stores have arrived, bringing the complete Costa Coffee experience and London’s favourite coffee to Malaysia. Featuring great coffees, handcrafted to perfection by master baristas, customers can look forward to enjoying favourites such as the Flat White!

Coffee clash brewing in China

Beijing: When Starbucks came to China two decades ago, it promised to open a new store every 15 hours. Now a homegrown rival, Luckin Coffee, plans to build a high tech-driven shop every three and a half hours to dethrone the US giant.

Revving it upfor MotoGP

SHELL Malaysia elevated this year’s Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix (MotoGP) experience by introducing a sensory feast at the Shell Hillstand, in celebration of its title sponsorship for 2018.

Philippines Jollibee chain to open shop in Malaysia

LONDON: Jollibee Foods, a major Asian fast-food operator, hopes to generate half its sales outside its home market of the Philippines within five to seven years, up from 30 percent now, its chief executive told Reuters. A Manhattan Jollibee, New York City's second, will open later this month, followed by one in Malaysia by the end of the year and one in Indonesia by 2020.

Langkawi updates

OUR Langkawi trip came to a literal climax as we rode the world’s longest free span mono-cable car up one of the steepest cable car inclines in the world to the peak of Mount Machinchang.

Coke eyes cannabis-infused drink market

NEW YORK: Coca-Cola Co is closely watching the fast-growing marijuana drinks market for a possible entry that would expand the world's largest soft drink maker's ambitions further away from sugary sodas

Coca-Cola to buy UK’s Costa Coffee chain for US$5.1bil

GENEVA: Coca-Cola Co agreed to buy the UK chain Costa Coffee for £3.9bil (US$5.1bil) to gain a global brand to expand in hot drinks.

Fast-growing Luckin brews up a threat to Starbucks

Luckin Coffee, which only officially launched in January, has opened more than 660 outlets in 13 Chinese cities thanks to a supercharged growth plan based on cheap delivery, online ordering, big discounts and premium pay for its staff.