Month: December 2016

Good Food Awards Names 25 Coffee Roasters for Finalists


The 2017 Good Food Awards has named 25 US coffee roasting companies as finalists. According to the GFA, 2,059 entrants were competing for a place meanwhile 292 companies were selected in the beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, cider, confections, fish, honey, oils, pantry, pickles, preserves, spirits, and coffee categories. In it’s seventh year, the award selected winners in the 14 categories

CoffeeDOOR: Ukrainian Coffee Supplier Opens its Coffee Shop


Viktoria and Andrey Babin started their import business in 2010. The couple founded CoffeeDOOR and began to deliver Italian premium coffee to Ukraine. After three years and an internship in Spain the amount of green coffee the company imported to the country was measured in intermodal containers. The grain is transported according to all international standards and is stored in

7-Eleven to Introduce Sustainability Certified Coffee

7-Eleven to Introduce Sustainability Certified Coffee

According to a report by Daily Coffee News, 7-Eleven is for the first time introducing a sustainability certified coffee. According to the news report, the company announced the release of Rainforest Alliance certified coffee that is grown by farmers in Matagalpa, a region in Nicaragua. This comes after 7-Eleven announced in July that it was working to set measurable corporate social responsibility

Why You Should Consider Coffee Machine Rental or Leasing


Buying a high quality coffee machine represents a costly investment. By purchasing the equipment you spend the money instantly. Especially smaller businesses can get tied up by such a purchase. If you are not in the position of buying the equipment outright you should consider other options – coffee machine rental or leasing. Benefits of coffee machine rental  Lower costs in

Vietnam Targets $5-6 billion for Coffee Exports by 2030


According to a news reports by VietnamNet, during the launching of activities to celebrate the Vietnam Coffee Day on December 10, 2016, the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association, VCCA Chairman, Luong Van Ti said the industry is improving its competitiveness by restructuring itself. To meet the target of $5-6 billion for coffee exports by 2030, the industry is planning to

Colombian Coffee Witnessed 3 percent Increase in Production

Colombian Coffee Witnessed 3 percent Increase in Production

Production Increase According to statistics from the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation, FNC, Colombia has produced 14 million 60kg bags in the last 12 months, reports Global Coffee Report. This compared to the previous year’s 13.6 million bags during the same period shows a 3% increase. Production from January-October had reached 11.3 million 60kg bags compared to 11.4 million bags within