Lavazza is an Italian manufacturer of coffee products. Luigi Lavazza founded the company in Turin in 1895.
• Revenue: 1.34 billion US$
Its current business is administered by the 3rd and 4th generation of Lavazza family. Lavazza imports coffee from Brazil and Colombia in South America, Central America, Uganda in Africa, Vietnam and Indonesia in Asia, and North America. Presently Lavazza is a retail market leader in Italian coffee industry with 47% market share. In 1979, it formed the "Luigi Lavazza Center for coffee research" which studies espresso coffee and has evolved into the Lavazza Training Center, a network of more than 50 coffee schools across the globe. It has been branded as "Italy's Favourite Coffee". Its offerings today include Top Class, Crema e Gusto, Super Crema, Grand'Espresso, coffee capsules A Modo Mio, Dek (decaffeinated), "Espresso Point" and BLUE.