By: Kraig Kraft Source: Daily Coffee News
Over the past 36 months, the coffee industry has seen a wave of consolidations roll through the retail and manufacturing sectors, and those of us on the sidelines have been trying to figure out what it all means (see Sara Morrocchi’s great talk at Re:co Dublin last…Continue
Posted on June 23, 2017 at 3:23pm
By Jane Wakefield Source: BBC
Green entrepreneur Arthur Kay wants the red buses that have become a landmark of London to run on fuel generated by coffee waste.
He runs Biobean, a start-up which is gathering waste from coffee chains such as Costa and converting it into liquid fuel.
The firm is due to unveil a coffee-run bus in the capital in a few weeks.
In London, the need to get cleaner air is vital -…Continue
Posted on June 15, 2017 at 8:30am
By Nick Brown. Source: Daily Coffee News
The relationship between buyers and producers is in many ways the engine that drives upmarket specialty coffee, especially as traceability, farm to cup, direct trade and related concepts are gaining traction among conscientious consumers. Of course, this relationship can be a fuzzy one, naturally limited by lack of direct or meaningful access between these two key, independent links in the specialty coffee chain.
Posted on June 15, 2017 at 8:00am
By ZAC CADWALADER Source: Sprudge
It’s not a lack of coffee that gives me a headache, it’s all the stupid questions that seem to swarm around my uncaffeinated moments. Surely I can’t be required to know with 100% accuracy if I’ve already changed my six-month old daughter’s diaper or not when I haven’t had any coffee. That’s downright unreasonable, right?
Obviously, not having coffee doesn’t have much effect on me, but others aren’t so lucky. Headaches, lethargy,…Continue
Posted on June 6, 2017 at 10:44am