New York City can now recycle Nespresso coffee capsules and other small aluminum products in the same bin as plastics and glass. The company announced this week its partnership with the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and Sims Municipal Recycling (SMR) to begin encouraging residents to recycle.
After 36 years as owner, K&F Coffee Roasters’ Don Dominguez passes the torch to Rudy Zarfas.
Coffee Fest PNW took over the Greater Tacoma Convention Center for two days.
At the second Los Angeles Coffee Festival, industry professionals and enthusiastic consumers alike swarmed the halls of the Magic Box in downtown L.A. for three days filled with coffee samples, latte art throwdowns, seminars, and more.
From another walkout to a new barista-support organization, here are the latest updates to the rise of activism in the U.S. coffee community.
Outside of Florence, Italy, an educational haven for specialty coffee has opened its doors in the original La Marzocco workshop headquarters.
Minneapolis-based Mill City Roasters is hosting a series of two-hour workshops in its upcoming tour, “Profiling for Purpose.” The event kicks off at its headquarters on Saturday, November 2, travels to Boulder, Colorado, on Friday, November 8, and finishes in Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, November 13.
London’s Business Design Centre is hosting Caffè Culture, the leading trade event for the United Kingdom’s coffee and café market.
The country’s leading fair trade certifier, Fair Trade USA, is celebrating Fair Trade Month all October with its first pop-up shop.
Philly baristas are sharing their salaries and benefits in a shared spreadsheet. In the days since news of this spreadsheet broke, the list, which reflects baristas from more than 60 cafés in the Philadelphia area, has nearly doubled—and has inspired other coffee communities across the country.