Colonna Coffee has launched a range of entirely recyclable coffee capsules.
Premium tea maker Stash Tea is celebrating one year as a B Corp Certified company by redesigning its packaging.
On 8 October, illycaffè and JAB, through its Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) platform, announced a trademark licensing agreement for the production and distribution of illy-branded aluminum capsules.
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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.