The top 10 coffee brands on the market today are dominated by the same big name brands, but they are also being pushed by smaller, lesser-known companies.
According to research firm IPC, there are about 10 coffee roasters that are worth more than $1 billion each, including Kake, the top seller of instant coffee in India, which is owned by Nestle.
The top 10 brands on this list are all owned by companies that are struggling to get into the coffee market.
These include Kake Coffee Company, Kale Coffee, Caffè Nero, Espresso Pro, Bongi Coffee, Coffeas Espresso, Lava Coffee, Mango Express, and Pannacor Coffee.
Mango Express is one of the top brands, having raised a whopping $8.7 billion in the last 10 years.
It is the third-largest brand in the Indian market and the fifth-largest coffee brand in Africa, according to the coffee trade website Coffee Hub.
In Africa, the coffee industry is experiencing some of the most significant economic shifts in decades.
While coffee has been a mainstay in many African markets for more than 100 years, the country is undergoing a period of rapid change.
“The trend is in favour of local brands and micro-scale coffee companies,” says Bhanu Krishnan, an analyst at research firm IDC.
Kake has been the mainstay of African coffee markets for the last five years.
Kake Coffee is the fifth largest brand in India.
It was founded in 1992 and has a turnover of $4.2 billion, according the latest market data.
Its global presence has also been expanding.
Last year, it sold more than 4.3 million cups of coffee in Africa.
Despite its high volume, Kake was not able to break into the Indian coffee market, due to its slow growth.
While Kake has made significant inroads into the country, its brand has also struggled to stay relevant in the domestic market.
While Kake coffee has gained in popularity in India over the last few years, it has struggled to find an identity with Indian consumers.
There are also some other smaller coffee brands that are also struggling to compete with Kake.
Rupinder Singh, a consultant with research firm BDA, says, “While the market has shifted to smaller brands, it is not just about them.
For the most part, there is no real differentiation between smaller and big players in the industry.
For the big players, the market is fragmented and there is a lack of diversity.”
In terms of price, Indian coffee prices are among the lowest in the world.
The average price of a cup of Kake or Mango is $3.65, according data from market research firm eCig.
This means that Kake and Mango have a higher average price than many Indian coffee brands, like Coffeamax, the second-largest company in India with a turnover worth $9.7 bn.
However, the average price is also very high compared to the rest of the world, says Rupinder.
Indian coffee drinkers tend to be more liberal about their consumption, which means they don’t buy the same coffees over and over again.
This is partly because they prefer the taste of coffee they have bought and partly because Indian consumers are less concerned with price.
Bamboo’s brand has a slightly lower average price, but it is still cheaper than Kake at $3 per cup.
India has become a coffee-heavy country, which also means it is a big consumer of coffee.
When it comes to coffee consumption, Indians are still more likely to buy their coffee online than in stores.
This means that India has a significant coffee market with a significant number of consumers.