Nespresso introduces new Ugandan coffee and marks second year of success for Reviving Origins programme
Nespresso is introducing AMAHA awe UGANDA, ‘Hope of Uganda’, a new and seasonal coffee from the Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda, made possible only through the company’s unique Reviving Origins programme.
The Tea Spot’s new loose-leaf tea, inspired by a recent medical report, features functional and natural ingredients.
Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company announced its newest military charity partner is Folds of Honor.
UK tea brand Tea Rex Infusions has teamed up with natural cookie company Wholey Moly Cookies to make ‘hug-in-a-mug’ care packages to be sent in the post during the coronavirus lockdown.
Baojing Gold is a floral, fresh and reviving single origin Chinese green tea.
illycaffè has expanded its line of aluminium capsules compatible with Nespresso Original coffee machines with the introduction of the Decaffeinato (“decaffeinated”) espresso.
Portland Coffee Roasters has launched “Coffee by 32 Women,” a limited-edition coffee grown by Sumac Warmi, a group of 32 women growers in the well-established growing region of San Ignacio, Cajamarca, Peru.
San Diego-based Mostra Coffee has created gratitude packages for customers to send to those who are choosing to step up and help others during the global coronavirus crisis.
UK brand teapigs has introduced a new peach & mango flavour to its cold brew range, as well as launching a cold brew starter kit that comes with a water bottle to track water intake.
Starting this month, Starbucks stores across China will be offering a new plant-based food and beverage menu, as well as new merchandise made from recycled content.