The new Single Origin Program from Grinders Coffee Roasters is designed to deliver great coffee from the most sophisticated and unique coffee producing countries around the world. Read more
Nomad Coffee Group has launched an innovative program for its online consumer brand, Coffee Hit. This program, called ‘Get Your Coffee Hit’, enables consumers to build their own custom espresso machine bundle.
According to the Rainforest Alliance, Australian consumers’ purchasing behaviours and buying habits around coffee have positively changed with more consumers continuing to educate themselves on the importance of buying and sourcing coffee sustainably.
The Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group (MWRRG) has published the Food waste recycling for business guide which provides cafés, restaurants, and other hospitality and retail businesses with advice on how to reduce or recycle food waste.
Swiss start-up Algrano is celebrating its upgraded B2B platform that offers a range of new digital tools which gives roasters and producers greater control and visibility over the coffee supply chain.
Dalla Corte says it was the first commercial espresso coffee machine manufacturer in the world to fully eliminate lead components from its design, opting to use a new, more expensive, lead-free material ensuring no lead is leached into beverages made using their machines. Read more
Campos Coffee is the only Australian company to have purchased 300 units of the Esmeralda Special Tumaco San Jose ES-N-5 Natural Geisha, which is now available to purchase from Campos Coffee in celebration of International Coffee Day.
Like its namesake, the specialty coffee scene in Australia is special. The convergence of coffee professionalism and café culture is unique, and Australia is recognised across the globe for its standards for quality. Certainly, this has contributed to the growth of specialty coffee, with more consumers opting to buy specialty coffee beans. In fact, the retail market for independent roasters has skyrocketed, and specialty coffee can even be found lining mainstream supermarket shelves. Read more
The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) Australia is coming together online to celebrate International Coffee Day on 1 October, 5:30pm AEST time.