Capturing the attention of café-goers is difficult in a crowded market, but keeping that attention and building a loyal customer base is even more of a challenge.
Let’s Talk Coffee will return to Colombia in 2018.
If you watched One Coffee’s Hugh Kelly’s World Barista Championship routine closely enough in Seoul, you might have seen a new device sitting on his drip scale. This is the Stem, a new Australian innovation developed by Sasa Sestic and the Ona Coffee team.
The proposed merger between Utz and Rainforest Alliance, which was announced in June 2017, is set to be legally complete for the beginning of 2018.
The Nicaraguan Platform for Sustainable Coffees (NICAFES) has officially launched with support of the National Alliance of Nicaraguan Coffee Growers (ANCN), Utz and Belgian development organisation Rikolto.
Stomping Ground Brewing Company and Melbourne Airport will offer travellers a taste of Melbourne in a new pop-up activation. Read more
Nespresso has announced it will expand its coffee-sourcing program for the first time into several former conflict zones as part of a US$50 million investment (about AU$64 million) in sustainable high-quality coffee cultivation in Colombia. Read more
The New Zealand Specialty Coffee Association will host its Annual General Meeting on 25 May, 2018. Read more
Grinders Coffee is bringing cold brew from behind the counters of boutique cafés and into the mainstream this summer with the nationwide launch of its Cold Brew. Read more
When you think about the products a barista rinses constantly, it’s no longer just a milk pitcher. Thanks to the rise of alternative brew methods, it means plungers, Chemex and AeroPress devices are in constant use, and even blender jugs for freshly made smoothies and juices. Read more