Airport Coffee, Tea, or other non-alcoholic
Beverage Shop of the Year
Areas Global Business Development Director Mireia Martí Isern celebrates with another award, this time for Urth Caffé at LAX International
Winner: Areas, Urth Caffé, LAX International
Highly Commended: LaTrelle’s, Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Portland International Airport
Regional winner (Europe): Areas, Farine, Italy, Spain, Chile
Regional winner (Asia Pacific): Delaware North Companies NZ Retail, Oma Artisan Bakery & Café, Auckland Airport
Regional winner (Americas): Areas, Urth Caffé, LA International
Regional winner (Middle East, Africa & India): HWH Investments, S34, DXB (Dubai International)
Areas’ Urth Caffé at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) offers a compelling blend of attractions. From its inception, it has pioneered the organic coffee industry, becoming not only an immensely popular café in Los Angeles, but also a major player in international environmental work.
From humble beginnings as an organic mail-order coffee company, it is now a brand that is as passionate about coffee as it is our planet, and offers an expansive menu of the finest organic beverages, juices, smoothies and traveller-exclusive blends at one of the world’s busiest airports.
LaTrelle’s was highly commended for its Stumptown Coffee Roasters concept at Portland International Airport. It was recognised for bringing a local institution to the airport environment with a well-curated selection of premium coffees.
Another Areas offering, own brand Farine, currently has three stores located at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Naples Airport and Santiago de Chile Airport. The urban bakery concept, developed specifically for the travel channel, offers a wide range of products from baked goods or bread, to pizza or sandwiches, to juices, teas and infusions.
LaTrelle’s was highly commended for its Stumptown Coffee Roasters concept at Portland International Airport
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