Outstanding work in the field of sustainability within the coffee industry can often go unnoticed. But each year, one project, business model, and individual are acknowledged for their work in the field with an SCA Sustainability Award during the Re:co Symposium.
Founder and owner Nancy Isa grew up in Norwich, Connecticut, and decided to fulfill her dream of entrepreneurship when she saw one of the town’s historic buildings was available.
An award designed to recognize the entrepreneurial efforts of an individual or team working to address a social, environmental, or economic problem was given to the founders of a new café concept this past weekend.
From flat-tummy tea to insomnia-treating melatonin, the FDA is launching its largest crackdown on the dietary supplement market in 25 years.
Find out what went down at this year’s U.S. Coffee Champions, held March 15–17 in Kansas City, Missouri.
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.