The holidays are traditionally a time of giving. For Starbucks in Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland and Austria, they’re also about supporting those who give.
Peet’s Coffee is celebrating the holidays with its 31st annual holiday donation program. From 17 – 24 December, Peet’s will donate 10% of all coffee bean sales (up to USD $150,000) across five non-profits chosen by its café teams.
Just in time for the New Year, PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans (PJ’s) is introducing a protein-enhanced iced blended coffee beverage, the Protein Velvet Ice, set to debut 1 January 2017.
The Barn, a leading European specialty coffee roaster, opened its first specialty coffee venue in Berlin on the 4 December at one of the city’s most well-known coffeehouses, Café Kranzler.
One year after launching its first coffee offering, Carta Coffee Merchants expands its assortment with the release of Meridian, its lightest roast to date; a new signature Side-by-Side (SBS) Tasting Sampler featuring different roasting styles and a coffee subscription service.
AVOCA Coffee Roasters will launch a new limited edition coffee called Una Esperanza Nueva –“a new hope” – for 2017.
This holiday season, Starbucks is offering a cool twist on the traditional holiday spice with the Starbucks Spiced Sweet Cream Nariño 70 Cold Brew. The new beverage joined Starbucks holiday beverage lineup at Starbucks stores in the US and Canada on earlier this month.
Community Coffee Company presented a USD 100,000 check to The Salvation Army to benefit its ongoing efforts to help those in need following devastating flooding in Baton Rouge and Lafayette.
Hunger affects 42 million Americans including 13 million children per a 2016 report by the United States Department of Agriculture.