Earlier this week I returned from Vietnam where I had been visiting green, black and shan tea gardens and factories in the Son La and Phu Tho provinces.
On 25 July, San Francisco, California hosted the first cannabis drink expo bringing together drink producers, manufacturers, distributers and breweries to discuss both the potential and challenges with this emerging market.
In June, prior to the Specialty Coffee Association’s (SCA) World of Coffee, the German Coffee Association (GCA) held an International Coffee Congress (ICC) on Sustainability.
The United Kingdom played the United States in the FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer/football semi-final on Tuesday (2 July).
Scientists from the University of Nottingham have discovered that drinking a cup of coffee can stimulate what is known as ‘brown fat’, the body’s internal fat fighters, which could be the key to battling obesity and diabetes.
It has been said that a “picture is worth a thousand words.” But what about a logo?
World Tea Expo kicked off this week (12-14 June) in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event, which focuses on specialty tea, is the largest B2B tea event in the United States.
In addition to the new format for our Tea & Coffee World Conference, we are excited to announce our inaugural Tea & Coffee Global Supplier Awards.
Tea and instant/extracts of tea have become the latest product victims in the United States’ tariff war with China.
The Rainforest Alliance held its annual Sustainability Summit earlier this month at The Times Center in New York City.
Consumption of higher quality and specialty teas, as well as fruit/herbal teas and green teas, continues to grow around the world.
The UK Coffee Leader’s Summit, which was held 26 April in London, explored the trends, threats and opportunities affecting the UK coffee market primarily, but also the overall coffee industry.
In one of my first blogs of 2019, I discussed the top five non-alcoholic beverage trends in the National Restaurant Association’s (NRA) 2019 What’s Hot Culinary Forecast. The top trend was cannabis/CBD-infused drinks.
Almost 30,000 visitors descended upon the Truman Brewery in London for The London Coffee Festival 28-31 March.