How coffee companies and professionals are improving the cupping experience.
On Wednesday, October 2, a group of Seattle baristas organized a walkout and protest at Caffe Vita’s Capitol Hill location in response to a flurry of firings and resignations over the “sudden harsh enforcement of a company policy” in regard to giving homeless people old pastries and coffee.
Coffee Fest Los Angeles 2019 is officially in the books. Find out what you missed with Fresh Cup’s recap!
Instagrammability is a characteristic that’s frequently talked about in our industry. But what does that term mean—and what’s the value of it?
Welcome and include everyone into your café—not only by the staff, but by accessible design and navigation as well.
The Nest Coffee House offers young adults with disabilities a safe and supportive atmosphere, while also teaching them the skills to be able to fly on their own.
Ensuring that café spaces stay safe and productive requires more than just good intentions; it requires positive systems guaranteeing that no matter what happens, everyone involved knows exactly what to do to protect themselves, their peers, and their guests.
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.
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.
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.