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Tea & Coffee World Cup’s first day in Birmingham was punctuated by a busy World Conference lecture series and some very popular tea and coffee workshops. As well as meeting an array of international tea and coffee professionals, I attended a fascinating Tea Workshop, hosted by sinas GmbH, entitled Flavour, Fruit and Herbal Creations. The […]
While aiming to become the world’s greenest tea company, Teapigs is also on a mission to improve the tea experience for consumers around the world by focusing on simplicity, sustainability and ethical sourcing.
For the youthful and discerning Generation Z, not any brand will do, nor does advertising do the trick. These consumers seek products that reflect themselves, their beliefs and their values.
I planned to write about the Re:co Symposium and SCA Expo, both of which I attended last week in Seattle, Washington, until I came across this headline in a local newspaper: “Kids and coffee: The true price of caffeine.”
Pursuant to the challenges the global coffee industry faces, one of the major topics discussed was to start the process to formalise the structure of the WCPF as a not-for-profit organisation.
Speciality coffee roaster Union recognises the changing role of women in coffee.
I previously mentioned that I started the new year in New Orleans. While in the city, one of my favourite things to do is have afternoon tea at Le Salon at the Windsor Court Hotel, particularly during the Christmas holidays when it is festively decorated.
Carton manufacturer, Qualvis Print & Packaging, has created an end-to-end branding, design and packaging solution for start-up children’s fruit tea brand, Tom’s Teas.
Dunkin’ Donuts is thanking its guests and local communities by brewing a little extra joy for the holiday season with free coffee through its “Brewing Joy” programme.
Starbucks opened its first café in Jamaica, at Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay, one of the area’s most iconic neighbourhoods.
To celebrate 50 years of roasting, the Gaviña family is opening its first ever brick and mortar location in Downtown Los Angeles.
Is there an equitable solution to raising coffee producers’ profitability? A few weeks ago, I attended the World Coffee Producers Forum in Medellin, Colombia (I recapped the event in my blog that week).
Caffeine is back in the news—and not for the right reasons. A 16-year old high school student from South Carolina recently died from an accidental caffeine overdose, more accurately, a caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia, according to the medical examiner.
Part one of this series, Adding Value to the Supply Chain (March), discussed value migration in coffee towards traceable products linked to a single producer or facility. This direct connection with the source is made possible through education, travel and branding individual farms and mills.
The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) held their annual luncheon on March 25th during the NCA Convention in Austin, Texas.