Gratitude Health Inc announced the launch of its first line of products: Gratitude Dragon Well Green Teas.
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 — […]
In response to critically low coffee prices in Central America, Starbucks announced a commitment of up to USD $20 million to temporarily relieve impacted smallholder farmers with whom Starbucks does business, until the coffee market self-corrects and rises above the cost of production. These funds will go directly to smallholder farmers in Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico […]
Harris Tea Company has purchased the tea manufacturing assets of Redco Foods and completed a license agreement for the Red Rose and Salada tea brands for the US market.
Cooper Tea Company has launched BW Cooper’s Organic Cold Brew Tea 11:1 Concentrate, a cold brew tea concentrate designed specifically for restaurants, coffeeshops and other commercial foodservice applications.
Tea remains the preferred cup in the United Kingdom – at least that was evident at this year’s Tea & Coffee World Cup, which was held in Birmingham, England, 3-5 September – but the interest in and growth of specialty coffee is strong.
Part III of this series examines the importance reliable infrastructure plays in establishing a self-sustaining coffee supply chain that can respond to changes in climate and market conditions.
Since 1901, UKERS has been the number one reference tool in the tea and coffee industries worldwide
Tea is the leading beverage consumed worldwide – after water – but the tea bag format has historically not been environmentally friendly.
Recent mergers, acquisitions and overall growth across the coffee sector follow trends established by beer, soft drinks and other beverage industries.
The trend towards using healthier ingredients and natural products in ready-to-drink teas presents challenges from a packaging and labelling perspective.