Five more sustainability schemes have been recognised by the Global Coffee Platform (GCP) as equivalent to the Coffee Sustainability Reference Code (Coffee SR Code).
World Tea Academy is celebrating ten years of training tea professionals and enthusiasts. After a decade, World Tea Academy has had over 1,250 students from 64 countries, taking just over 5,200 classes with nearly 400 students earning certifications.
While Sri Lanka has been experiencing a severe economic crisis, the tea industry has been further impacted by climate change, rising fertiliser and production challenges. However, with the economy gradually improving and new support being implemented, there are signs of a recovery.
ansā Roasting Inc., is applying new green technology to its fully autonomous mini-roaster, ideal for coffee roasters to test samples, for on-demand roasting of raw green coffee beans.
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) has published its 2022 Sustainability Report, outlining environmental, social and governance (ESG) progress, including in specific supply chains.
In an effort to break our dependency on single-use plastic, GaeaStar, has debuted its ultra-thin clay containers in the United States, with applications for café coffee cups.
As part of its efforts to support local communities, PJ’s Coffee will award a military veteran a free franchise license to join its brand.
Brooklyn-based coffee roaster, Partners Coffee, has launched its first packaging update since its rebrand from Toby’s Estate in 2019, featuring cream coloured bags with gold foil printing.
Bigelow Tea has launched new Bigelow Benefits Throat Defense Ginger Honey Lemon Herbal Tea joining the expanding line of Bigelow Benefits wellness teas in the US.
Starbucks, Dunkin’ and Lipton top the ‘Bev50’ Psych-Pulse Survey, the beverage industry’s first consumer psychology-based ranking of brands.