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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.  
Tea is the most popular beverage in the world, aside from plain water. According to the Tea Association of Canada, Canadians drink almost 10 billion cups of tea each year (83 litres per person x 4 cups per litre x Canadian population 34,755,634 – those who are 15 and younger 5,644,800).  
Waterbury, CT – Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. has launched its KOLD system, which allows consumers to freshly make cold carbonated and non-carbonated beverages at home, the company said in a news release.
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. 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
Quebec City – Consumers of Tassimo's single-use coffee pods no longer have the option to recycle them in many regions of Quebec, including the provincial capital. CBC News 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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