Coffee machines, now one of the most popular and widely used household appliances in the world, are finally here to the United Kingdom, but not in the way they were meant to be.
Instead, in many ways they are a more convenient way of cooking and drinking.
In the UK, coffee machines can be purchased with a pint of milk or a single-serving espresso.
But in other parts of the world they are only available to a limited number of households.
The UK’s new Espresso Machines Association, which represents the interests of coffee companies, has launched a petition to stop coffee shops from opening up shop in the UK.
It says that coffee shops will not be able to set up shop within 500 metres of any residential area, even if they are not a coffee shop.
“This is the most important step we’ve taken to make sure we don’t have the same problems as some other countries that are going to allow coffee shops,” said Tim Coughlan, the head of the association.
A number of countries have already banned coffee shops, including the UK and Canada.
Coughlan is also worried about the lack of a ban on the sale of espresso machines in the country.
“We want to make it very clear to any company who is going to open a coffee bar in the United States, or a coffee store in Germany, or even in Australia, that they have to have a licence to do that.
It’s not ok for us to have the equivalent of a coffee machine in the same way as a coffee-shop,” he said.”
That’s why we’re looking at this in such a negative light.”