Los Angeles-area tea café Percolate just doubled its business by opening a second state-of-the-art shop on Hollywood’s Melrose Avenue this past weekend.
Worries about losing the next generation of farmers due to the comparative lack of appeal against other vocations has the coffee industry wondering how to fix coffee farming for today’s youth.
America’s second-largest coffee equipment manufacturer, Wilbur Curtis, is set to be acquired by Groupe SEB, a France-based conglomerate of small appliance manufacturers.
Fifty current and former employees of Ristretto Roasters sent a signed letter to local news outlets detailing how their employer’s wife, who is involved in the company, is posting videos questioning the motives and honesty of sexual assault victims.
Here in the U.S., straw bans seem revolutionary, daring restaurants and cafés to refrain from handing out hundreds of single-use plastic straws every day. However, Portland and Seattle can’t hold a candle compared to San Pedro La Laguna’s blanket ban of all single-use plastics.
Café owners across the city shared with Fresh Cup their experiences of the protests and how their businesses, employees, and customers are faring.
Bunkitsu is bliss for bibliophiles. The bookstore-museum-café combination is the first of its kind in Tokyo.
Learn about cutting-edge research surrounding tea consumption at the Global Tea Initiative’s 4th Annual Colloquium on January 24 at the UC Davis Conference Center in Davis, California.
The happiest place in Wilmington, North Carolina, is now making its way to Savannah, Georgia.
Applications are now open for Boot Coffee Campus’ 2019 scholarship program. Winners will receive scholarships worth $6,000 to either attend Boot Coffee Campus programs or fund SCA Coffee Skills Program courses.