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Foodservice operators and roaster/retailers are constantly looking for new, better and more efficient tools for their establishment. This month’s product showcase features many different types of retail equipment available for coffee and tea products.
Coffee For One
The new Chantal Coffee for One Mug and Filter Set features a ceramic filter compartment that fits directly on the cup, allowing consumers to choose the flavor and strength for each cup of coffee. Available with a 12-ounce mug or 20-ounce mug, Coffee for One is made of stoneware with a non-porous glaze that will not react with coffee flavors. The

Coffee for One filter compartment holds a standard #2 filter. Chantal Coffee Mugs are also sold separately

Coffee and other pantry items are in the bag - CHANTAL’s new Ceramic Canister Bags. Designed to resemble paper bags, CHANTAL’s Ceramic Canister Bags feature an airtight seal to keep food fresh longer. Available in 48-ounce and 64-ounce sizes, the Ceramic Canister Bags have a non-porous glaze that will not react with foods and flavors.

Chantal, 2030 West Sam Houston Parkway, Houston, Texas. Fax: (713) 467-0133, E-mail: info@lchantal.com, Web site: www.chantal.com.

Long Life Teas’ Organic Iced Teas
Long Life Teas company is introducing three new flavors of organic teas to market. Long Life now features seven flavors of bottled ready-to-drink iced teas. The three new ones are Golden Chai, Jasmine Green Tea, and Decaf Black Tea with Ginger Peach. Long Life’s existing iced teas include Green Tea with Mint, Ceylon Black Tea with Raspberry/Tangerine, Decaf Green Tea with Lemon/Honey and Earl Grey with Bergamot Fruit. These 16-ounce glass bottles are sealed with gold metal caps - which may reveal a fortune on the inside liner.

“It’s just incredible tasting tea,” says president Eric Schnell. “We make our tea one batch at a time, handcrafted for quality - rather than simply machine-measured or mixed,” Eric adds. “It takes a little more work, but the end product is worth it.”

Long Life teas have received the OTA (Organic Trade Association) stamp of endorsement, and they’re the only iced-tea manufacturer Certified by QAI (Quality Assurance International).

To be QAI-Certified as organic, a product must contain at least 95% organic ingredients and be free of added pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. “It’s a more rigorous screening process than many companies are willing to adhere to, but it gives our consumers the guarantee that our beverages meet or exceed organic standards measured throughout the world!” says Eric.

Long Life, Randolph, New Jersey 07869, E-mail: info@long-life.com, Web site: :www.long-life.com.

Capresso mini-S
Capresso’s new “mini-s” 4-Cup Safety Espresso/Cappuccino Machine features a high-tech boiler design that reduces warm-up time to under 2 1/2 minutes, plus a dual frother that can froth milk for cappuccinos or steam it for lattes.

Designed with the first-time user in mind, the mini-s comes with an instructional video that demonstrates three easy steps for producing great espressos, cappuccinos and lattes - without the burnt coffee taste that sometimes results form steam boiler machines.

The mini-s comes with an instructional video that demonstrates three easy steps for producing great espressos, cappuccinos and lattes.

The mini-s frother steams or froths milk either in a pitcher or right in the cup. The mini-s can produce two to four cappuccinos in five minutes.

“With the mini-s we’re offering consumers the best and safest entry level steam/boiler machine on the market, and we even show them how to use it properly with our video. This means an easier sale for retailers and a more satisfied end user,” said David Shull, national sales manager of Capresso.

Capresso, P.O. Box 775, Closter, New Jersey 07624, Tel: (201) 767-3999, Fax: (201) 767-9684, E-mail contact@capresso.com, Web site: www.capresso.com



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