The Coffee Association of Canada/Café Association du Canada will hold its annual conference Nov. 17 in Toronto.
Chicago – Retail sales of cold brew reflect its expanding role in the U.S. coffee category with estimated 115 per cent growth from the year prior, reaching $7.9 million in sales, according to research from Mintel.
Many years ago, there was a buzz in the scientific community around the possibility of cold fusion, a process that would allow for an inexpensive and clean way of generating energy.
Kelowna, B.C. – Canada's Laguna Blends recently debuted on the public markets, having done a reverse takeover into what was formerly Grenadier Resources alongside an announcement that its primary product SKU has been approved by Health Canada as a Natural Health Product. Stockhouse.com reports. | READ MORE
Vancouver – The Coffee Association of Canada will sponsor both the Canadian Barista Championship and the Canadian Latte Art Championship, taking place at The Canadian Coffee & Tea Show Oct. 4-5, 2015 in Vancouver.
Bogota, Columbia – The Colombian Coffee Growers Federation’s Extension Service has determined that El Niño has affected a significant portion of the country’s total productive coffee-growing hectares.
Bogota, Colombia – Colombia, the world’s leading producer of mild washed Arabica coffee, produced 1.3 million 60-kilogram coffee bags in August 2015, signalling a 10 per cent increase compared to the bags produced during August 2014.
Waterbury, Vt. – A move by Keurig aimed at expanding into Europe may also benefit the company through a U.S. tax code exemption that for many years has benefited Starbucks Corp. and other U.S. companies who trade in some commodities. The Financial Post reports. | READ MORE
Vancouver – Starting Sept. 8, Starbucks will offer customers in Canada Single Origin Sumatra Coconut Milk, VanCity Buzz reports. | READ MORE
Waterbury, VT, and Milan, Italy – Keurig Green Mountain Inc. has signed a multi-year agreement to offer Italy's Illy brand and its signature Illy blend coffee for K-Cup pods in Canada and the United States.
Princeton, NJ – Coffee shops are reportedly the fastest-growing segment of the restaurant industry, yet the percentage of Americans who regularly drink coffee hasn't budged, says the latest Gallup poll. | READ MORE
Vancouver – Registration is now open for education sessions at this year’s Canadian Coffee & Tea Show, to take place in Vancouver Oct. 4 and 5.
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