Clipper Teas is rewarding its loyal UK tea drinkers with a free illustrated bamboo cup in exchange for four tokens found on special packs of the brand’s Everyday Tea.
The competition awarded 30 Cup of Excellence winning coffees and eight National Winner coffees that represented five processes and 10 varieties.
Move over Tetley, Yorkshire Tea is the UK’s most popular tea! Well, at least in terms of online searches. With stay-at-home directives taking effect in March in many cities around the world, visits to brick ‘n mortar stores, naturally, decreased while online purchases increased. One of the most popular items searched online in the United Kingdom during the lockdown, was tea.
Lavazza Professional has forged ahead with its commitment to a dramatic reduction in plastic cup use by expanding the range of KLIX drinks that are available in its KLIX Eco Cup.
British Coffee Association acts to ensure post Covid-19 recovery for manufacturers supplying foodservice and hospitality market
The British Coffee Association (BCA) has co-signed a letter to the UK government in light of a new report showing that further support to sustain manufacturers supplying the hospitality and foodservice market is essential for post-Covid-19 recovery.
UK-based charity Send a Cow is encouraging people to catch up (virtually) over coffee with friends, family, or someone who may be alone during lockdown during this year’s Loneliness Awareness Week (15 – 19 June).
PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies, has won a lawsuit against Data Marketers Inc doing business as LogiChannel for trademark infringement, false association advertising and unfair competition.
Blendly Commercial Coffee Roaster is normally only open to trade customers, however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the business is opening up online to domestic customers.
New York City, where I live, entered Phase 1 of its reopening on 8 June — one of the last cities in the United States (and possibly globally) to do so. Our Phase 1 includes construction, manufacturing, wholesale, and curbside pick-up for retail, but not foodservice. Within foodservice, it is still take-out (pick up or delivery) only but more operators are beginning to reopen weekly.
The Brew Company has joined the UK’s battle against Covid-19 by providing 100,000 units of its brew-in-the-bag Coffeebrewer, Teabrewer and Herbbrewer packs to the Salute the NHS campaign at cost price.
It is June, and by now, many cities and countries around the world have “reopened” or have begun to lift restrictions. As life “after Covid-19” slowly resumes, many are wondering how people’s attitudes towards eating in restaurants, sitting in coffeehouses/cafés, and shopping have changed, and are these changes temporary or permanent. Not all changes though, are bad for business.