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CITY VIEWS: WOULD YOU CUT DOWN THE AMOUNT OF COFFEE YOU BUY?

<strong>DANIEL VIPOND </strong>RFIB LIMITED<br />&ldquo;I wouldn&rsquo;t cut back on coffee. I have a coffee every day. I don&rsquo;t worry about the economics behind the coffee. It&rsquo;s a staple dietary requirement. Petrol seems to have a more dramatic effect on consumers, but coffee is not as expensive so becomes a necessity.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>SHARON LOWER </strong>CUSHMAN &amp; WAKEFIELD<br />&ldquo;Not at all! It&rsquo;s the one luxury in the morning that starts my day. <br />I&rsquo;d rather cut down on buying my lunch than buying coffee. Coffee drinkers are quite particular about their coffee. It has to be from a proper machine, rather than instant.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>STEVE LAIRD </strong>ACE EUROPEAN GROUP<br />&ldquo;I have a coffee every day to kick-start my day. If I was financially struggling, maybe I would cut back but &pound;3 every day for a cup of coffee is not a lot of money.&rdquo;