Lavazza has announced three new coffee profiles under its ¡Tierra! premium coffee range. All Certified Organic and Rainforest Alliance endorsed, these new profiles include the ¡Tierra! for Planet, ¡Tierra! for Africa, and ¡Tierra! for Amazonia.
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has granted the largest number of changes to the Restaurant Industry Award (RIA) in more than 10 years. These changes are designed to give Australian cafés and restaurants greater flexibility, simplicity, and operational certainty.
Australian and New Zealand coffee roaster Allpress has released its Allpress Espresso Blend in a capsule format with the same flavour, designed for the domestic coffee lover.
Research conducted by American finance advisor SavingSpot has examined the average cost of consuming coffee in 104 countries and found that South Korea was the most expensive, with the average price of coffee costing US$7.77.
Providing an opportunity to raise awareness for Fairtrade, its products and those who support the initiative, Fairtrade Fortnight is an annual campaign that focuses on “choosing the world you want,” where women are respected, where the environment is taken care of and where everyone is treated fairly.
De’Longhi has released the La Specialista Prestigio, its newest manual coffee machine in the brand’s La Specialista range. Designed for the passionate coffee drinkers who wants to fine tune their craft at home, the La Specialista Prestigio creates a hands-on coffee making experience while supporting users throughout the process.
Not-for-profit TechnoServe and Partnerships for Forests have released a guide which provides information on Ethiopia’s Arabica coffee and the wild forests and semi-forests where these coffee beans are grown.