Costa Coffee ‘UK’s favourite coffee shop’

Where’s your favourite place to go for coffee in Bournemouth? Do you opt for big chains such as Costa, Starbucks, McDonald’s or Wetherspoons? Or do you support our fabulous independents such as Cafe Boscanova and Espresso Kitchen?

While we love to support local businesses, Costa is our go-to OUTSIDE of Bournemouth for its fantastic iced drinks, well-priced food and rocket fuel espressos. For the ninth year, it has been voted Britain’s best by by Allegra’s independent panel of consumers, gaining more than half of the vote from the 3,000+ panel.

Costa Coffee Managing Director UK and Ireland, Jason Cotta, said: “We’re delighted… it’s also incredibly rewarding to have been recognised for our sustainability work. This fantastic achievement means a great deal to us, having been voted for by our valued customers. A huge thank you to our talented and dedicated baristas who deliver millions of lovingly handcrafted cups of coffee every year to the nation.”

Fact file

Costa Coffee uses 100% Rainforest Alliance Certified coffee and supports the Costa Foundation to relieve poverty in coffee-growing communities, meaning customers can be sure their coffee is both kind to the environment and supporting farming communities. The Costa Foundation, a registered charity, was created to improve the lives of children in coffee growing communities by providing access to quality education. To date, the Costa Foundation has funded over 80 school projects and changed the lives of more than 75,000 children. The brand operates a UK-wide Community Programme, which enables and empowers their teams to volunteer their time to support good causes locally and to invite community groups to make use of Costa Coffee shops.

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