Supplier Spotlight: Coffee Planet

Coffee Planet Maganging Director Robert Jones explains what's new

When was your company established?

Coffee Planet has been supplying customers in foodservice, retail, and business across the Middle East and beyond since 2005, and is now one of the largest speciality coffee vendors in the region.

How many people are employed by your company?

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Coffee Planet currently has more than 170 employees.

What are your core services?

As roasters, we cater to a wide range of consumers offering a 360-degree approach to coffee solutions for the foodservice industry.

What new products have you launched recently?

We are about to launch our new cold brew and nitro coffees, designed to cater to foodservice customers.

How can hotels contact you?

You can get in touch with us by emailing your request to coffee@coffeeplanet.com, by calling on +9714 312 8444, or by visiting www.coffeeplanet.com.

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