For breakfast, for after lunch, As a snack or even after dinner, coffee is one of the most consumed products in the world and Spain is no exception.
Although there are many consumers who are loyal to the big brands, there are also many who opt for the private labels that supermarket chains offer in their catalogs. But, Who are the manufacturers?
The leading chain in the sector in Spain, Mercadona, has as a coffee supplier for its white label Hacendado the signature UCC Coffee Spain, a subsidiary of the UCC Holdings group, based in Japan. In Spain the headquarters are in La Rioja.
The white brand of Alcampo supermarkets is Auchan. Your coffee supplier is the signature Toscaf, a company that originated in Pravia, Asturias and which also markets its own brand.
Another chain of supermarkets of French origin is Carrefour. In this case, and as it happens with its Alcampo competition, its coffee supplier is the Asturian Toscaf.
The German chain Lidl has its own brand of self-brewed coffee. It markets it under the name of Bellarom And in addition to ground coffee, it also manufactures in capsules compatible with Nespresso machines.
Lidl’s direct competition is his compatriot Aldi. As in the previous case, this firm also has its own coffee production, but it markets it under two brands: Markus y Kena.
DIA’s supermarkets have two suppliers for their private label coffee products. Some of them are supplied, as in the case of Carrefour and Alcampo, the Asturian Toscaf. The other, the signature Coffee Productions S. L., based in Valencia.