Not a scone, pot of clotted cream, or crustless cucumber sandwich will be found anywhere near the upcoming Tea Time Master Class.
Representatives from some of the country’s top coffee retailers gathered this past weekend in Atlanta for a weekend dedicated to examining today’s coffee market and building a brighter future for the entire coffee community.
While Nestlé admits that some of its cocoa is sourced from the Côte d’Ivoire, which has well-documented widespread practices of child and forced labor in the cocoa industry, a federal court in the District of Massachusetts found it was not deceptive for the company to omit those practices from its label.
The National Land Commission of Kenya has refused to renew the leases of several multinational tea estates, including Unilever and James Finlay.
Backed by industry bigwigs, including McDonald’s and Starbucks, the NextGen Cup Challenge encouraged innovators from all over the world to submit their unique solutions to the paper cup problem we all face.
Employees of Red Rooster Coffee will now be able to bring their entire flock to work.
Oceanside, California, farmers are preparing for the region’s first-ever coffee harvest, which could eventually fetch prices of hundreds of dollars per pound.
The theme of this year’s Re:co Symposium is focused on Coffee in Crisis: A Call and Response. Individuals, companies, and organizations will gather together to address the crisis coffee farmers all over the world have dealt with for many years.
For the first time ever, Coffee Fest NYC joined the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show and Healthy Food Expo for an event of massive proportions this past weekend in the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
While there’s an ongoing effort through California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment to reverse a ruling that California coffee shops must post signage stating that coffee may cause cancer, a European biotech firm has another solution: reduce the acrylamide in coffee.