Covid-19

 

Will we see the return of reusable products?

There is no question that the impact reusable products were having in the hospitality industry was nothing but significant, with its importance only growing. Over the last year they have been widely forced aside and the question now, however, is whether the catering, hospitality, and takeaway industry will ever see a widespread return of them? Catering24 CEO Steve Lloyd reports.

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2021 cannot come soon enough!

This is it – the last day of 2020 – and good riddance, most would agree. Although, at least as the year was winding down the Covid-19 vaccine was approved and vaccinations began. Hopefully, by mid-2021 the vaccine will be available to “the masses” and life can return to normal (or at least somewhat normal) …

Sintercafe revealed that we are all in this together

This past November, the global coffee community virtually gathered at Sintercafe to share insights, challenges and opportunities in this evolving world. In this guest blog, Anne-Marie Hardie discusses the talks at Sintercafe that shared positive attributes the pandemic has revealed about the coffee industry.

Covid is changing coffee consumption habits

A new survey from Melitta North America explores how coffee consumption habits in the United States are changing at home, in the office and while travelling because of the coronavirus.

Covid-19’s effect on tea origins and production

Last week, the Tea and Herbal Association of Canada (THAC) held a two-day virtual North American Tea Conference under the theme, “The Present Reimagined.” The event offered a strong mix of presentations covering the impact of Covid-19 on Canadian consumption trends, consumer behaviour and purchasing patterns, as well as the pandemic’s effect on the global tea industry.

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