Belgian supermarket chain Colruyt has found an agreement with Douwe Egberts about its price conditions, and readmits the coffee products to its shelves. A similar deal with Coca-Cola has not yet been struck.
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Owner JAB wants to float Jacobs Douwe Egberts to the stock exchange this spring, and has asked two banks to guide the process.
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Jacobs Douwe Egberts is merging with Peet's Coffee, its American competitor that is also owned by the JAB Holding Company. The idea is to introduce the merger company to the stock exchange.
Coffee company Jacobs Douwe Egberts will launch its aluminium coffee capsules across supermarkets this week. It is yet another front in its competitive struggle against Nespresso and Belgian Belmio.
Coffee and tea manufacturer Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) managed to become profitable again last year, a huge improvement compared to 2015 when it suffered a 245 million euro.
Dutch coffee multinational Jacobs Douwe Egberts has agreed to pay 900 million euro to acquire Super Group, a instant tea and coffee manufacturer from Singapore. The move is a remarkable "entry" into the Asian market for the Dutch company.