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The growing demand for premium cups sees single origin and specialty teas gradually conquering Western tea lovers.
It may seem like an unnatural relationship, but as the artisanal aspects of coffee, tea and alcohol continue to evolve, so do the opportunities to bring the products together to create new items and incremental revenues.
Co-packing has evolved to address the coffee and tea industries’ need for a one-stop shop. Collaborating with a co-packer also helps companies improve efficiencies and alleviate risk.
For more than a decade, Counter Culture Coffee has released a limited-edition winter blend dedicated to celebration and good cheer.
Ipanema Coffee has announced the opening of its new cupping room and quality control laboratory.
Allegro Coffee Company is releasing limited quantities of the new Galapagos La Tortuga in all six Allegro Coffee Roasters locations.
Fermentation – the time that pulped coffee spends in a tank before it is dried – is also an opportunity to impact flavour. Microbiologist Lucia Solis, who specializes in microbial demucilagination, explains how this method offers a consistent and predictable coffee fermentation process, reducing the risk of spoilage or defects in the cup.
Counter Culture has invested in pioneering technology that removes even minor inconsistencies from roasted coffees.
Teatulia announced that its teas can now be found on the shelves of Stop & Shop, Cash Wise and Coborn’s.
With an ideal geographic allocation close to the equator, high peaks and volcanic soils, the tea plant is thriving in Indonesia, but is not profitable enough compared to other cash crops.
Melitta North America has expanded its commitment to sustainability with the installation of solar panels at the brand’s state of the art coffee roasting facility in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Only a few months after the major announcement that UTZ and the Rainforest Alliance have announced the intention to merge by the end of this year.
Growing over half of the global tea output on around 70 percent of the world’s tea acreage, more than 15 million small farmers are major stakeholders, but they are also the most fragile link of the supply chain.
Boncafé International and Java Mountain Coffee are forming an “Asian Sustainable Coffee Distribution” partnership to support women working in the coffee supply chain throughout Asia.