This week, the company is taking a new approach. All drink prices have officially been lowered by 25 cents, and now customers who need a single-use compostable cup will be charged 25 cents.
A new study from the University of Delaware has found that we may be overlooking the most important factor in creating bird friendly coffee: what kind of trees are being planted.
It was engines at full throttle as teams of baristas from all over the world competed at the Global Barista Challenged, held March 14–17 at the Melbourne Grand Prix.
Founded in Grand Rapids, Michigan, back in 2008, Madcap Coffee made its Detroit debut in the Shinola Hotel this past weekend.
The Numi Foundation, created by Numi Organic Tea, Inc., received a $75,000 donation to support three key programs that help children and farmers all over the world.
Dr. Tina Yerkes, Ph.D., has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Coffee Quality Institute.
Fair Trade USA announces a bevy of new partnerships to improve the livelihoods of coffee farmers around the globe as part of the Sustainable Coffee Challenge.
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.