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Popular M’sian Coffee Chain Increases Coffee Price by 50 sen Due to Rising Costs of Raw Materials


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Source: Facebook | Kopi Hainan

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Not too long ago, it was revealed that Kopitiams in Malaysia are expected to increase their coffee prices for as much as 20 sen following the increase in the price of imported coffee beans.

Just recently, an established Malaysian coffee chain, Kopi Hainan announced its latest price for the Original Kopi Hainan.

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Effective July 15, 2024, the 22oz beverage will be priced at RM4.50, an increase of 50 sen from the previous pricing.

“We have tried our best to maintain the prices but due to increasing costs, we have to alter the price of our coffee.”

In another Facebook post by Kopi Hainan yesterday, the coffeehouse cleared up ALL allegations that claimed the increased price of the beverage was due to the latest pricing of the diesel gas.

According to Kopi Hainan, the only menu that will see an increase in price is the Original Kopi Hainan, and the prices for other items on the menu will remain the same for now.

And no, the beverage’s increased price is NOT due to the diesel’s RM3.35 price. Kopi Hainan was gracious to explain what caused the increase in its coffee price.

“The costs of the raw materials that we use, such as milk, plastic cups and coffee beans have increased. We sincerely thank you for your understanding and continuous support.”

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Earlier, the President of the Malaysia-Singapore Coffee & Tea Association said Malaysian coffeehouses are expected to increase the beverage prices up to 20 sen by July. The increase is due to the rising prices of imported coffee beans, and local coffee beans are not able to cater to the tastebuds of Malaysian consumers.

The 20 sen increase, however, was merely a possibility as the decision on the amount is up to the store owner’s discretion. In the meantime, cafes in Malaysia are also expected to be more expensive.

The increase is necessary for the business owners to survive, but as consumers, what do you think of this?


Also read: Prices of Coffee in M’sian Kopitiams Might Increase by 20 Sen Due to Rise in Prices of Imported Coffee Beans

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