A branch of the Costa Coffee franchise opened in the centre of Twyford village in 2015. It occupies an historic curved building on the corner of the crossroads with the 2002 Golden Jubilee clock above.
Costa uses only the best quality Arabica and Robusta coffee beans grown on farms certified by the Rainforest Alliance.
This means the farms use sustainable practices to protect the local environment and community.
The Costa Foundation was set up to provide coffee-growing communities with access to education in health, literacy and income management.
After drying, sorting and shipping in breathable sacks, the coffee beans are slow roasted in small batches in Costa’s facility in Lambeth.
Costa uses milk from a cooperative of eleven dairy farmers in the South West.
As well as a range of hot and cold sandwiches, Costa offers a range of cakes, muffins, tray-bakes, biscuits and shortbread sourced from family bakeries around the country.
Regular Costa customers can save money by registering for a loyalty card that enables them to collect 5 points – together worth 1p – for every £1 spent.