In celebration of International Women’s Day, Starbucks social channels will be showcasing female partners (employees) from across the Starbucks workstreams who are #stronglikecoffee.
Peet’s Coffee has released its annual, limited edition Anniversary Blend which this year specifically highlights and supports women coffee farmers.
On International Women’s Day, Copper Cow Coffee will be donating 20% of all sales to Women for Women International.
UK-based coffee house, Bear, has announced its collaboration with OneByOne’s Dignity Project and the work that they are doing to initiate some regular funding for the scheme.
A year on from merging with UTZ, the Rainforest Alliance is devising a new certification programme, as part of increasing its efforts to prevent deforestation and assist farming communities.
69% of Americans drink 2 or more cups of coffee every day – everything from Folgers to craft coffee roasters carefully curated in a home coffee maker or at the local coffee shop – how did the humble cup of joe come to be such a cultural phenomenon?
Bristol-based Extract Coffee Roasters has launched a limited edition espresso called Kickflip, as part of a campaign to encourage skaters to donate their spare boards to charity Ethiopia Skate.
Luv Tea, a New York tea salon which aims to educate consumers on high-grade teas, has launched a series of tea classes, internships and consulting services.
illycaffè has been recognised by the Ethisphere Institute as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2019.
Cropster, a software solution for the coffee industry, has appointed Dominik Mucklow as product manager for origin and research & development.
Midlands-based independent coffee house & bar operator, Bear, plans to open its first London site in partnership with high-street fashion brand Jack Wills.
Following increasing demand for high quality and authentic organic Japanese matcha, Sugimoto Tea Company has increased production through opening a second factory in Shizouka, Japan.