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Special Feature:
Annual Syrups Survey: Part I
By Serena Norr
As the specialty coffee industry has expanded, it is crucial to recognize the demands and tastes of consumers through diversification of menu options. Utilizing syrups supplies a unique way to boost sales as well as provide an item consumers are seeking out.
Coffee Feature:
Roaster Training in the U.S.
By Timothy J. Castle & Joel Starr

Many people who want to roast coffee simply dive in and start roasting. Others work for coffee roasters to learn the trade. Many seek out professional courses to eliminate the mistakes a novice might make on his own. Such a course can be faster and more thorough than an apprenticeship.
Tea Feature:
An Education in Tea
By Serena Norr
The tea industry is booming with more and more individuals wanting to learn about the inner working of tea. Tea & Coffee Trade Journal highlights a few of these notable offerings.
Specialty News:
Flavors Making the Industry Even Tastier
By Alexis Rubinstein
In a truly unique fashion, the flavor industry remains consistent with its top-selling varieties and consumer favorites, yet is ever changing to keep up with tea and coffee drinkerís evolving palate.

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