These are all the posts that have been tagged with Environment.
I was in England earlier this month for Tea & Coffee World Cup, which took place in Birmingham (3-5 September). Although I was there for business, I did have a few free hours, including the day I landed. Surprisingly, I was able to buy last-minute tickets to visit the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace — […]
The Partnership for Gender Equity (PGE) recently launched its third tool designed to enable industry allies to more effectively engage in gender equity.
Starbucks will open its first Signing Store in the US in Washington, DC this October, building upon ongoing efforts to connect with the diverse communities it serves.
Recent mergers, acquisitions and overall growth across the coffee sector follow trends established by beer, soft drinks and other beverage industries.
The Panama Canal Authority helped open the first coffee processing plant in Las Gaitas, Capira, Panama as part of its Environmental Economic Incentives Program (PIEA), a land-titling programme supporting communities in the Canal watershed.
Starbucks Corporation announced Monday that Howard Schultz is stepping down as executive chairman and member of the board of directors and will be honoured with the title of chairman emeritus effective 26 June.
After releasing a newly designed logo in late 2017, PJ’s Coffee is continuing rebranding efforts across its cafés to give guests an elevated experience.
Mother Parkers’ desire to enter the single serve market with a sustainable, cost effective capsule, led to the development of the EcoCup.
Tea is the most profitable beverage item in foodservice establishments, but operators could generate greater sales by serving premium, freshly brewed iced tea.
Quality coffee at a lower price continues to become available at more foodservice establishments, which is potentially problematic for specialist coffee shop chains.
To celebrate the contribution of women to coffee agriculture, Nespresso is launching a new campaign featuring several female farmers and farm advisors — also known as agronomists.
After completing initial trials on a new substrate, ethical tea brand Clipper Teas has vowed to have a fully biodegradable tea bag in operation by the summer.
Starbucks Coffee Company announced it will be closing its more than 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States on the afternoon of 29 May to conduct racial-bias education geared toward preventing discrimination in its stores.
On 29 March, a judge in California issued a proposed ruling against the coffee industry in a long-standing case involving the state’s Proposition 65, potentially leading to coffee carrying “cancer warning” labels.
The Eden Project has launched a range of home compostable coffee capsules that directly addresses the problem of waste plastic.