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WCMS closes Coffee County

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The WCMS Pioneers picked up a home conference victory on Wednesday, making it a great eighth-grade night for Warren County. Scoreless in the first half, the Pioneers ran away with the victory in the second half, winning 3-0.

Both Gabriel Cordova and Carter Simpson attempted plenty of shots in the first half, but the Coffee County keeper was on a roll jumping in front of every shot. WC earned a free kick near the halfway line which saw an impressive kick from Cordova. The ball hovered over everyone’s head and seemed to be heading straight over the goalkeeper’s head for a goal, but the ball narrowly went over the net.

Early in the second half, Coffee County was not so lucky as Pioneer Trayvon Johnson took advantage of the Red Raider keeper missing the ball and scoring the first goal of the night. Cordova found his rhythm in the second half and also fired a penalty.

The Pioneers led 2-0 with 20 minutes remaining. Johnson and Simpson both tried to score with the help of Erik Hernandez keeping the ball under WCMS control, but Cordova got the final shot from the right side of the goal to the left side.

Johnson came close to scoring a fourth goal when he hit the crossbar from a corner kick. The ball ricocheted and Coffee County was able to prevent the goal. With around 3 minutes remaining, the Pioneers were confident on the pitch. They ran away with the game in the second half, beating their rivals 3-0.

Misfits Market’s new private label aims to solve supply chain inefficiencies

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At a time when private labels are outperforming national brands…posting a 6.5% gain in dollar sales in the first quarter of 2022, according to data from Chicago-based IRI—Online grocer Misfits Market has launched its first private label: Odds & Ends.

The private label portfolio currently includes staples like coffee and snacks like nuts, dried fruits and dark chocolate covered mini pretzels. And while Misfits said the line helps customers stock up on affordable, high-quality groceries for their weekly store, the grocer also said its Odds & Ends products have been specifically designed to address the supply chain inefficiencies.

Misfits, which offers groceries up to 40% off brick-and-mortar store prices with no service or membership fees for delivery, works directly with farmers and growers who share its vision of eliminating the waste and use different sourcing methods to deliver high quality products at an affordable price. . For example, its new direct-trade premium coffee blend is purchased directly from the farms where it was grown, providing growers with fair prices and stable incomes while protecting them from market risk and volatility, Misfits said. .

“Three years ago, Misfits Market set out to rebuild the food supply chain from the ground up to provide everyone, no matter where they live, with access to quality food at an affordable price” , said Abhi Ramesh, Founder and CEO of Misfits Market. in one version. “After a record quarter, it’s clear shoppers are looking for new ways to save, especially with food prices at record highs. Our value-conscious customers are saving an average of $25 per order and with the launch of our new line of private label brands, we are excited to provide our customers with an even wider range of affordable, sustainably sourced staple foods.

Since its inception in 2018, Misfits has fulfilled nearly 13 million orders and saved more than 230 million pounds of food, he said. In the first quarter, the company’s growth was fueled by an expansion into the lower 48 states, new product categories such as wine and the release of a mobile app.

Health Fusion: Your morning coffee can improve the health of people and plants – Duluth News Tribune

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ROCHESTER — When I heard the American Academy of Cardiology

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that drinking two to three cups of coffee a day is associated with a lower risk of heart disease and poor heart rhythm and can help you love longer, I was pretty excited.

Coffee is one of life’s simple yet delicious pleasures. Especially that first cup of the day – a total experience of mind and body. As the aroma calls me to the coffee pot and the liquid heat fills my favorite (albeit chipped) mug, my being floods with hope for a productive and meaningful day. Even if my day turns out to be less than stellar, at least I have that coffee moment to remember and look forward to.

The National Coffee Association

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notes that Americans are drinking more coffee than ever, with 62% of us doing it daily. All this coffee making leads to an estimate

6 million tons

wet, soggy coffee grounds that could end up in landfills or incinerators.

What else can you do with your used coffee grounds? Put them in your garden.

“People have this caffeine craving,” says Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick, vice president of Olmsted County Extension Senior Gardener Volunteers. “So we take the waste generated by businesses in the area and use it in our gardens.”

Will Forsman is co-owner of Cafe Steam in Rochester, Minnesota. Its cafes participate in the Community Coffeehouse Composting project, launched by Kirkpatrick in 2021. Every day, Cafe Steam and a slew of other cafes and restaurants in the area deposit their used coffee grounds, used tea leaves and other suitable materials composting in buckets. Once a week, people can sign up to haul them, dump the contents in their gardens, and return the rinsed buckets to the donating establishment.

“As cafe owners, we have the opportunity to participate in progressive initiatives to reduce our carbon footprint,” Forsman said. “This is a simple and inclusive activity that we can do as a community to help the environment.”

Coffee grounds benefit your garden by improving soil quality.

“Microbes in the soil feed on coffee grounds,” Kirkpatrick said. “It’s a big myth that coffee grounds will acidify or lower the pH of your soil. That doesn’t happen. Instead, it adds organic matter by increasing your soil’s microbiology.”

Tom Bellinger, president of the Master Gardener Volunteers, puts ground coffee in his garden in the spring before he plants anything. It spreads the soil around it, which will interact with dry matter (like dead leaves), slowly decompose and introduce nutrients into the soil.

“I take the coffee grounds from the night before and sprinkle them in my yard,” Bellinger said. “And I’ve had neighbors come up and say they’ve noticed me putting land in the garden. They ask me what I’m doing in the world. Well, I tell them it’s kinda like throwing slow-acting fertilizer around me.”

Oh, and BTW, I’ll have a skinny latte.

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Bird flu drives up egg prices – latest challenge for restaurants Bend is raising menu prices

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BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – A strain of bird flu across the country has forced farmers to kill millions of laying hens, reducing the nation’s egg supply and nearly doubling egg prices.

It’s a rising cost that McKay Cottage and The Victorian Cafe, two Bend restaurants specializing in breakfast items, have both faced in recent weeks.

“It’s amazing,” Pam Morgan, owner of McKay Cottage, told NewsChannel 21 on Tuesday.

Morgan has seen egg prices rise from $18 at the start of the year to $28 and now $45.

John Nolan, the owner of the Victorian Cafe for 20 years, said he recently paid $60 for an order of eggs.

It’s not just bird flu that’s driving up the cost of eggs and other items, it’s also inflation. Nolan said he used to pay $6 for an order of eggs when he took over the restaurant in 2002. Inflation forced both restaurants to raise menu prices.

“It’s really been a constant battle for a few years here of really what we’re going through,” Nolan said.

Last year, McKay Cottage raised prices by around $1, while The Victorian Cafe raised prices for the first time in 2.5 years.

“I raised my prices,” Nolan said. “At this point, I’m wondering how not to bring them up all the time.”

“Now we are in a position where we have accepted and we have to overcome these problems,” he said. “And we have a positive view that we’re tough enough to get through this – if not alone, then together.”

Debate Aside, Giant Whale Makes a Splash as Salt Lake City Neighborhood Mascot

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Cars drive past the “Out of the Blue” whale sculpture in Salt Lake City. City leaders cut a ribbon to “whalecome” the 23-foot-tall sculpture Monday night. (Carter Williams, KSL.com)

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SALT LAKE CITY — When Salt Lake City Councilman Darin Mano surveyed homes in the 9th and 9th Districts ahead of last year’s election, he tried to seemingly avoid the biggest question sweeping the neighborhood in the time.

Team Gnome or Team Whale?

The Gnome team formed with the installation of a roundabout at the intersection of 900 South, 1100 East and Gilmer Drive in 2019. Residents filled a mulch space in the center with garden gnomes to spruce it up a bit. However, Team Whale emerged victorious when the city’s art leaders chose a 23-foot-tall, 40-foot-wide whale sculpture dubbed “Out of the Blue” to fill that empty space. .

And as a crowd of more than 100 locals gathered in the parking lot of a cafe to “whalecome” the large sculpture on Monday night, Mano admits he held a tough stance the whole time.

“I feel safe enough here to tell you all that I have always been Team Whale,” he told a crowd.

Moments later, perhaps as a peace offering from the other side, two gnomes held up the red ribbon that townspeople and leaders cut to celebrate the arrival of the interesting – and controversial – new resident of the piece.

Why a whale?

The origin of the whale is long before the roundabout, in a way. For Stephen Kesler, a whale is how he would describe how he saw the neighborhood when he was a teenager and first came to Midvale. It was a completely different experience, seeing a splash of hip businesses in a cozy neighborhood.

It was like seeing a whale in the middle of a desert.

“It was unexpected for me,” he said, recalling his first reaction in the area. “I was amazed by the culture, the art, the cafe, the vegetarian shop – it seemed so progressive. It was like something I had never seen before in the valley. It was at the improvised.”

So when the Utah-based artist saw a request for artistic designs for the neighborhood’s new roundabout, he went back to his initial feeling about the area to help describe it visually. This idea also matched what neighborhood leaders expected from a sculpture when the Salt Lake City Arts Council first approached them about a sculpture in 2019.


I think you will always find, see and do something interesting when you come to this neighborhood.

–Jason Stevenson, Co-Chair of East Liberty Park Community Organization


Jason Stevenson, co-chair of the East Liberty Park Community Organization, said a survey of more than 100 neighborhood residents provided a wealth of information, indicating the direction of the project. The whale and a mural designed by artist Mike Murdock ultimately matched the types of representation residents sought.

He also sees it as the perfect trim for the roundabout it’s on.

“(The roundabout) adds to the interest of this neighborhood, and a whale adds an exclamation point to that. … I think you’re always going to find, see and do something interesting when you come to this neighborhood,” he said. “It can be the people you meet, the restaurants and stores you go to, or it can just be a beautiful sunset you encounter while walking 9th South.”

A whale of a debate

There’s a fun thing about art, though. It is always open to many interpretations. Kesler figured it would cause ripples when the city picked it; however, he was unprepared for the controversies that would come.

It started with the Team Whale and Team Gnome debates on social media last year, which have only intensified since it was installed earlier this month.

A pair of gnomes placed at the base of the height of 23 feet "out of the blue" sculpture in Salt Lake City Monday night.
A pair of gnomes placed at the base of the 23-foot-tall “Out of the Blue” sculpture in Salt Lake City Monday night. (Photo: Carter Williams, KSL.com)

And while there were several dozen people at Monday’s event in addition to the countless who stopped to take a photo of the sculpture, at least one resident wrote an op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune at the over the weekend, blowing it up as a project that “lacks creativity, good design sense, good placement and general interest”. Some locals have placed messages in the form of gnomes protesting the whale in recent months.

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall joked that even his own mother repeatedly asked why there was now a giant whale in the middle of town.

There’s also an argument to be made about whales in Salt Lake City. Firstly there is a folklore of whales living in the Great Salt Lake which dates back to the 1800’s the town was once submerged in a giant inland sea which was Lake Bonneville and there is a children’s board game which uses a whale to symbolize Salt Lake City for some reason.

But ultimately, whether people like the whale or not, the mayor argues that the first week’s reactions show that the whale is fulfilling its function as a new symbol of the unique neighborhood.

“(Art) can activate our imagination and can even make us ask ourselves questions,” she explained. “That’s the beauty of public art. (It’s) not necessarily the most comforting thing you can see in your day, but something that makes you remember and feel a place.”

A community mascot

Stevenson says he’s aware there are likely some residents who are still unsure about the whale or making up their minds about it, but he’s confident they’ll come to terms with the idea. The next process, with the whale in place, is to come up with a name for it.

It also contains some interesting information about the area that future generations might stumble upon. Mano pointed out that there was a time capsule hidden within the whale, containing artifacts from second and third graders who attend nearby Bennion Elementary School.

Community leaders expect this to be a long-term get-together telling the story of the community.

“You need something that’s instantly recognizable and fun, and you don’t have to guess what it is,” Stevenson says. “I think the whale does just that. You can tell what it is, you know what it is, and it makes you smile by the way.”

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Carter Williams is an award-winning journalist who covers general news, the outdoors, history and sports for KSL.com. He previously worked for the Deseret News. He is a transplant from Utah via Rochester, New York.

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Coffee Tables Market Size, Scope and Forecast

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Where NFTs and specialty coffee collide

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How a coffee company sees NFTs as the future of the industry

NEW YORK, April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Coffee Bros. announced the expansion of its NFT project, Crypto baristaswith a release of season 2 at the end of May 2022.

Crypto Baristas Season 2 Offer

Crypto Baristas Season 1 was a 455-piece NFT art collection that offered owners lifetime caffeine perks like discounts on Cafe Bros. website and exchanges in their soon-to-be-opened cafe in New York.

Crypto Baristas started as a small fundraising effort by Coffee Bros. but has since morphed into a much larger initiative in space.

Owner Dan Hunnewell sees NFTs as having a big impact on specialty coffee and sees their project as paving the way for other roasters in this space.

Dan sees their progression into the space in three main areas where the Crypto Baristas project will seek to make an impact:

  1. Consumer-led initiatives: The Crypto Baristas Season 1 project began as a consumer-led initiative. Consumer-led initiatives are those where NFTs are tied to benefits that a holder can access, such as redemption for future brand encounters. Dan sees Crypto Baristas as the eventual key to unlocking additional consumer benefits by partnering with other roasters across the country.
    “We see Crypto Baristas in the early stages of becoming a global asset that can unlock benefits in your favorite rotisseries around the world.”
    Dan wants to partner with other roasters where cardholders can redeem similar benefits online and in person.

  2. Producer-led initiatives: Producer-led initiatives is one area we’re looking to impact for Season 2, says Dan. We view producer-led initiatives as the ability to invest in the people, process and production behind all the specialty coffee we consume. Price transparency is also part of this initiative and rewards/supports producers both financially and through direct investment. The goal is to better tell the producer’s story in a more engaging way for consumers, whether through direct interaction (in our cafe) or something digital (think Metaverse).

  3. Supply chain initiatives: The long-term goal of Crypto Baristas is to impact the supply chain where roasters can better track where raw materials come from, down to the individual farm or washing station. They see NFTs as the way to track and validate coffee from production to roasting, ultimately leading to price transparency on a global scale.

Crypto Baristas is a carbon-neutral NFT project that offsets its carbon emissions through Nori.com. Other initiatives that impact the environment include the planting of 2,200 trees by Crypto Baristas in coffee-growing countries with One Tree Planted.

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Contact: Dan Hunnewell[email protected], 914.598.6495

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Former Ukrainian resident identifies with war-torn country

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XENIA — It’s been a long journey for Cynthia “Cymp” Stemple — literally 5,052 miles from Xenia to Kyiv — but the busy cafe owner and volunteer says “she wouldn’t change a thing” about her missionary years in the western Ukraine.

After a brief period of training in Moscow, Stemple and her husband, Scott, were newlyweds when they decided to continue their ministry work with Campus Crusade for Christ in Kyiv. It was the fall of 1992, communism had fallen, and they thought Ukraine (the size of France) would be a good place to settle.

“We went into college dorms and talked to students about various topics and tried to answer their spiritual questions,” Stemple, owner of four local Coffee Hubs and operator of Hope Hub in Emerge (located in the former center of career). “For the first eight or nine years, Ukrainians worked with us because they knew the culture and the people. We raised our own financial support and asked churches to help us,” said Stemple, who also visited the Kyiv Polytech Institute (more than 30,000 engineers) and helped teach English to students.

Stemple loved the culture there and how Ukrainians liked to be outdoors.

“We often had picnics and cooked pork on a skewer over open coals, like a shishkabob,” she said, describing the climate as cold (like living in Upper Michigan). “The summers there are far too short. People tend to forget that Russia invaded Ukraine years ago. They took the port. Putin is on a power trip, he wants to reclaim old Russia. He says Ukraine is a puppet of America, because of its ties to the west.

“Our kids played basketball at school,” Stemple added. “Our daughter Mallory was a great dancer, all four children played basketball. Morena was 10 when we adopted her. We had three children when we adopted Morena. There are a lot of orphans there and we wanted help in some way,” Stemple said.

According to Stemple, Ukraine is the second largest country in Europe (more than 50 million inhabitants). Hryvnia is the currency of Ukraine while the religion is Orthodox.

“We have friends who are like family in Kyiv (central Ukraine) and L’viv (western Ukraine). My favorite memories were of course people. It was a beautiful country with mountains, a coast and beautiful farmland. I’ve been to the Black Sea several times,” said Stemple, who has also visited Greece, Italy, Hungary, Poland and many other countries during his 20 years abroad.

Stemple, who speaks both Russian and Ukrainian, is devastated by the situation in her adopted country and encourages Americans to send humanitarian aid.

Employees, customers and friends of Cynthia Stemple and Coffee Hub rally under the Ukrainian flag to show their solidarity with the war-torn country besieged by Russia.

Cynthia Stemple and her husband reunite with friends and colleagues at a mission camp in western Ukraine.

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Shopping Around Grocery Inflation: The Best Buys for Fall | australian way of life

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The global unrest has spilled over into the aisles of Australian supermarkets, driving up the prices of many staple foods. But the upward pressure is not evenly distributed.

Bread – or, indeed, any wheat product, along with eggs, meat and coffee beans are just a few victims of the spiral of inflation fueled by oil prices, rising costs feed and fertilisers, the conflict between major food exporters Russia and Ukraine, and tight global supply.

Shoppers in Australia are currently facing a “perfect storm” of rising supermarket prices, says Professor Wendy Umberger, executive director of the Center for Global Food and Resources at the University of Adelaide.

While Australia ranks among the most food-secure countries in the world, Russia’s blocking of wheat exports from Russia and Ukraine means that domestic wheat producers are benefiting from higher world prices at export, she says.

Wheat prices – which will remain high this year – give new meaning to the rise in bread. Photography: Daniela Simona Temneanu/Getty Images/EyeEm

Bad news for bread and pastry lovers – wheat prices are expected to remain high this year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Environment, while Umberger says it will take up 12 months after the global conflict to see the market return to normal.

Beef and lamb have also become more expensive, says Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci, with a lack of stock and the East Coast drought the culprits. Retail prices are up 10% per kilo from the same period last year, according to industry research body Meat and Livestock Australia.

Dairy lovers are also likely to cry in their milk, with lower cow numbers and lower national production forecasts. John Droppert of Dairy Australia says droughts are a factor in lower stocks and labor shortages have affected dairy production, while some dairy farmers are also benefiting from high beef prices.

As for fresh food prices, they are being pushed up by input costs and catastrophic weather, says Shaun Lindhe, for AusVeg, the industry peak body, while labor shortages work have prevented some growers from planting, says Sydney Markets retail support manager. and home economist Sue Dodd.

“Climate change is even more worrying [for food security] than war,” says Umberger.

“We’re going to see more natural disasters driving up prices.”

But before you consider taking a second job, it’s still possible to fill your cart without breaking your budget, says cook and author Belinda Jeffery, who favors sustainable and seasonal food.

Smart food selection and substitution, based on having plenty of foods, in addition to being bolder with your menus, is the way to shop around for inflation, she says.

Fall shopping at the best price

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Mash them to your heart’s content: avocados are plentiful. Photograph: Errol Rait/Alamy

Apples: most varieties, from Royal Gala and Kanzi to Pink Lady and Fuji, are now in season. Expect to pay $2 to $8 a kilo, Dodd says. Much, much cheaper than out-of-season berries, with varieties such as blueberries pricing around $56 a kilo at the supermarket.

Lawyers: prices for everyone’s favorite smashed on toast are low because avocados are more plentiful. “There has been a very good growing season and lots of additional supply from Western Australia,” says Banducci. You will pay $1.20 more.

Peas : bought frozen, they’re excellent quality and inexpensive, says Jeffery. (About $3.80 a kilo.) “Try them with pasta, olive oil and a little chili.”

Broccolini: Broccoli’s more glamorous cousin is now in season, meaning prices have fallen to $3 a bunch in markets. High in fiber, nutrients, and with more protein than most other vegetables, it’s a good choice for greens.

Carrots: a stable for salads, stews, casseroles and stir-fries, at $2 to $3 a kilo, they’re also better than celery, at around $6 a bunch, for a crispy snack.

Beef Casserole: at around $18 a kilo compared to rump steak’s $45, it’s a slow cooker’s dream, says Jeffery. “Less expensive cuts such as steak, shoulder or lamb or neck chops make savory casseroles when combined with vegetables, onions, garlic and potatoes.” Pork and chicken are also likely to be cheaper per kilo than prime beef, with prices holding up, Banducci says.

Cauliflower: around $3 to $6 each, this versatile cruciferous vegetable can be steamed, boiled, roasted, sautéed or mashed.

Fresh and canned fish: as prices for popular varieties like snapper reach $58 a kilo, cooking with varieties like mullet or leatherjacket is the way to save, says Jeffery. Canned fish can also be used in fish cakes, salads and pastries.

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Pomegranates are a value buy this season — along with other fall produce like pumpkin, apples, and broccolini. Photograph: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images

Grapes: “There is a big supply from South Australia,” says Dodd. Prices range from $3 to $20 per kg, depending on quality. Ideal for school lunches, desserts or snacks.

Lemons and limes: both plentiful and useful for spicing up salads or sauces, rather than expensive dressings. You will pay $3 to $5 per kilo for lemons and 80c to $1.50 each for limes.

Pomegranates: fabulous with lamb or fish, or with desserts, says Dodd, they can be found at farmers’ markets for around $1.50 each.

Pumpkin: mash it, serve it roasted, or add it to frittata or pasta. From $1 to $2 per kilo.

Yam: spend $2 to $4.50 per kilo and get a foodie favorite that adds substance and satiety to meals with 20g of carbs per 100g.

Watercress: at $3 to $3.50 a bunch, it’s the best value and probably cheaper than fancy lettuce. Bake it or use it in salads, says Dodd.

Nine tips for eating well on a budget

Couple shopping at farmers market
Some farmers’ markets may offer fresh and cheap produce, but that’s not the case everywhere. Photography: Nick Rains/Getty Images

1. Compare your options

At some farmers’ markets, you’ll get better, fresher ingredients and pay less, says Jeffery, because they cut out the middleman. If this isn’t the case in your area, it’s also worth comparing the prices of specialty green grocery stores with larger supermarkets, as bigger doesn’t always mean cheaper.

2. Buy what’s in season

“We’re getting used to having strawberries or blueberries year-round, but buying what’s in season is nutritionally important and the price is premium,” says Jeffery.

3. Buy frozen vegetables if fresh ones are too expensive

Snap frozen, not stored – nutrient content remains high.

4. Beans, beans, beans and legumes

Load them up with potatoes, onions, spices and a handful of spinach for soups, suggests Jeffery. “We have to get away from the idea that meat and three vegetables constitute a meal.”

5. think simple

Bake potatoes and serve with toppings such as grated cheese, tuna, or mashed avocado.

6. One chicken, three meals

Buying a whole chicken costs less per kilo and means a roast one evening, a curry the next, the carcass being able to be used to make broth for a risotto.

7. Properly store fresh food

Don’t wash greens before putting them in the fridge, just wrap them in a damp paper towel and put them in an airtight container or compostable bag. They will last longer.

8. Grow your own herbs

If you have no other space, grow your own inexpensive herbs. “A little can really make a difference in the flavor of food,” says Jeffery.

9. Adapt your menus and cook around what you buy

Eat more diverse and expand your taste to what our climate will allow us to eat.

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Locals I love: Manawatū’s best coffee, donuts and vegan kai

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Jono Galuszka is a senior journalist based in Stuff’s office in Manawatū. Previously, he worked in several cafes, bars and restaurants, wrote cafe reviews for student media, and won awards as a barista and for writing about the country’s beer industry.

Manawatū may not be first choice for many foodies, especially with Wellington only a few hours away by train.

But those who live in and around Manawatū know their home is full of great places to eat and drink, much of it made with the vast array of produce grown in the region.

Here’s my list of the best places to visit if you want to spend a day gorging yourself on the best Manawatū – and some places near Horowhneua – has to offer.

COFFEE – single origin filter

At Mouthwater Coffee Company, 159 Main St and 828 Tremaine Ave, Palmerston North

It’s not often you stop at a coffee cart and expect to be served by one of the best baristas in the country.

But drag your under-caffeinated body past one of Mouthwater’s bright red carts and chances are you’ll be served by owner Andrew Feldon.

Andrew Feldon brews some of Manawatu's best coffee from his Mouthwater Coffee Company carts.

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Andrew Feldon brews some of Manawatu’s best coffee from his Mouthwater Coffee Company carts.

Feldon started teaching himself how to extract a decent espresso by watching videos on YouTube, but has since forged a career that has seen him certified to judge international coffee competitions.

He also tells a cracking dad joke, which you can find scrawled on signs at one of his carts.

The Main Street location is my go-to spot, with Feldon often having a batch of single origin drip coffee ready to pour, beans for sale, and a new joke to make you laugh or groan.

BREAKFAST – chilli cheddar pretzel

At BABCO, 95 Albert St, Palmerston North

BABCO’s social media accounts should come with content warnings, letting viewers know they’ll be hit with the uncontrollable urge to empty their wallets in exchange for bags of perfectly baked baked goods.

What started as a pop-up pizza and sourdough bread has become arguably the best bakery in Manawatū.

The sourdough is delicious, the vegan sandwiches good enough to turn the heads of the most ardent meat-eaters, and the croissants supremely mocking.

But I’ve always been a fan of the chilli cheddar pretzel, with its chewy baked crust topped with strong cheese and enough chilli to start the day off right.

Pair it with any themed treat they’ve whipped up for the season – their hot cross buns are some of the best around – to start the day off right.

LUNCH – spring roll and tofu noodle salad

At Saigon Corner, 54 Princess St, Palmerston North

Manawatū may be surrounded by dairy, beef, sheep, and poultry farms, but vegans have more than enough to keep their bellies full.

Wholegrain Organics serves nutritious and delicious soups and pizzas made with vegetables from their own farm, Sinergy’s food cart is perfect for a grab-and-go breakfast burrito or decadent Oreo hot cakes, and Whispers Cafe (yes, I know, it’s in Levin, who’s in Horowhenua) has a brilliant rage of quick vegan bites.

But my pick for a cruelty-free kai is Saigon Corner’s spring roll and tofu noodle salad.

What started out as a simple hole in the wall has turned into a restaurant serving some of the best Vietnamese food in Manawatū, with pho and banh mi always on the menu.

But the spring roll and tofu noodle salad, available with vegan sauce on request, is the sweet spot between nutritious and delicious.

SNACK – Sand donut

Au Petit Lapin Blanc 106 Seabury Ave, Foxton Beach

The Little White Rabbit is one of three locations in Foxton and Foxton Beach owned and operated by Anita and Nigel Lynn, who previously had Village Inn Kitchen in Palmerston North.

Foxton Beach may be slightly outside of Manawatū – even though Foxton is home to Manawatū College – but the donuts the Lynns serve are too good to ignore.

The Little White Rabbit is a must stop for me on my way to the beach, with great coffee and food to match.

A Sandy donut is always on the order, with the pillow-like interior protected by a crust created by frying the batter, while the “sandy” sugar provides the perfect sweet kick.

They’re more akin to a New Orleans donut than a cream-filled donut — though you can get a flavored Sandy — and are enjoyed the same way: quick, warm, with a coffee.

DRINK – King St Bohemian pilsner

Chez Brew Union Brewing Company, 39-41 Broadway Ave, Palmerston North

For an appetizer, Brew Union Brewing Company is a favorite for many.

In five years, it has quickly become the region’s go-to spot for its delicious house beers, mind-blowing cocktails and more indulgent pizzas.

Head there in April to try their Turbo Juice Hazy IPA, a seasonal beer made from freshly picked hops.

The hop variety used, Nectaron, is responsible for the waves of peach and nectarine that wash over your taste buds.

But at any other time of the year, their King St Bohemian pilsner is a perfect example of New Zealand pilsner.

It’s very tasty for craft beer lovers, with the use of New Zealand-grown Taiheke and Riwaka hops giving the brew a hint of citrus and a floral buzz.

But with a lean malt profile and 5% alcohol, it’s also crushable enough to be the perfect lawnmower beer.

DINNER – Chateaubriand Tataki

Chez Provenance, 159 Broadway Ave, Palmerston North

There’s never been a better time to dine in Manawatū than now.

Options for brilliant dining include Amayjen at the Cuisine hat, long-running Nero restaurant, small plate specialist The Fat Farmer, Aberdeen steakhouse, Feilding’s The Strong Room and Little Savanna with its African influence.

Then there’s the wide array of ethnic restaurants, with izakaya-inspired Yatai, Afghan Darbar’s Middle Eastern cuisine, Arranged Marriage’s South Indian, and do-it-yourself Korean barbecue. even at GAON.

But my pick is newcomer Provenance, opened by businessman Harry Faas during the Covid-19 pandemic with Aaron Freeman of My kitchen rules fame as executive chef.

Executive Chef Aaron Freeman and Owner Harry Faas use as many Manawatū products as possible at Provenance.

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Executive Chef Aaron Freeman and Owner Harry Faas use as many Manawatū products as possible at Provenance.

Provenance takes its name from its mission – to provide diners with excellent meals using as many products grown or made in Manawatū as possible.

The menu tells you where your ingredients come from: chicken from Foxton’s Turk’s Poultry​ located 40 kilometers to the west, garlic from Āpiti Road Garlic​ 50 km to the north and cheese Cartwheel Creamery​ 40 km away to North-east.

The star of the show is the chateaubriand tataki – Angus beef from Totaranui Angus Pure Stud​ (35 km southeast) cooked perfectly rare over coals, served with a sesame ponzu dressing.

The sourness of the ponzu reduces the richness of the beef, while the meat is the epitome of melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness.

Climate focus underpins success of Suki Tea Makers in the UK

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Business partners Anne Irwin and Oscar Woolley of Suki Tea Makers in Belfast saw their company make the list of the top three tea companies at what has been described as the ‘world’s biggest coffee party’.

The multi-award-winning Belfast specialist in a range of premium teas and fruit infusions has won acclaim at London’s influential annual Coffee Festival. While the event, launched 11 years ago, celebrates the achievements of the UK coffee industry, products from the country’s tea blenders were also showcased along with a wide range of equipment and accessories. other state-of-the-art supplies for cafes, restaurants and hotels in the UK and Ireland.

Over 30,000 coffee and tea enthusiasts joined industry professionals, including the Suki Tea team, at the event. Many of those who attended the showcase, which was held at Truman’s Brewery in Brick Lane, were inevitably from the greater London area.

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The festival offers a program of events and tastings covering most types of coffee and tea as well as the latest techniques, demonstrations by world-class baristas and interactive workshops. Oscar was a keynote speaker on the potential of the tea market during the sessions.

Oscar, who founded Suki Tea Makers in 2005 with Anne, was “delighted with the recognition at such an influential event for our industry”.

“This is another important recognition of our dedication to quality and producing the best loose leaf teas,” he adds. “The festival was a fantastic celebration of the industry I work in. It was as educational, insightful and fun as ever.”

His talk was about how to get the most out of specialty tea.

Enterprising tea blenders Anne Irwin and Oscar Woolley focus on preserving the environment

The small artisan company has been ranked among the top three tea producers along with The Brew Tea Company of Denmark and Teapigs of Brentford.

Based at Twin Spiers in Belfast, Suki Tea Makers has also been recognized for its longstanding commitment to sustainability through initiatives such as eliminating plastics from its packaging. Suki is a longtime Food NI member who works with Tourism NI to encourage sustainability in the food and beverage and hospitality industries across NI. It is a perfect model for the initiative.

Suki Tea Makers is now one of NI’s most successful and award-winning companies. It has won numerous UK Great Taste awards, winning a regional gold fork and Blas na hEireann awards for its premium teas and fruit infusions which are widely available throughout Britain, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

The West Belfast-based company has even exported teas and infusions to Japan, Rwanda, Kenya, Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium. It sources its tea from a range of ethical and quality-focused suppliers, particularly from plantations in Kenya.

Tea trees grown by Suki in Portaferry

Suki, furthermore, is initiating a new tea growing project in a small garden in Portaferry, Co. Down which in time will provide local visitors and tourists with the opportunity to learn more about tea. It operates a unique tea academy at its base in West Belfast for chefs, cafe owners and others wishing to learn more about how tea is grown, blended, packaged and, perhaps above all, appreciated.

Oscar continues: “At Suki Tea Makers, we have always believed that quality is defined by what we buy and what we deliver. We have never – and never will – settle for anything low quality. This has been the driving force behind our vision from the very start of the business and our launch at Belfast’s iconic St George’s Market.

The enterprising business continues to feature prominently in what is now NI’s largest and most acclaimed artisanal food center in the Victorian market.

It is widely regarded as a company that cares about people and the planet, from open and responsible sourcing to how teas are packaged and transported to customers in all the diverse markets it now serves. Acting in a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable manner is now the cornerstone of everything the company does.

Suki’s bestselling tea pyramids, for example, are now made from paper, yarn and a special material called Soilon, which means that unlike some traditional tea bags, the bags are completely natural and free of plastic. Made from corn starch, Soilon is a fully compostable naturally occurring product and can therefore be thrown away in a food waste bin.

“This means that the packaging is now as eco-friendly as the tea it contains. Boxes for retailers are also made from sustainably sourced cardboard and are either pre-printed with vegetable-based inks or use a paper label,” adds Oscar.

Suki was among the first to sign Business in the Community’s Climate Action Pledge here and is a founding member of NI’s Responsible Small Business Network.

Michigan’s Best Local Food: Coffee, cinnamon rolls and hangouts are staples at Jackson Coffee Co.

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JACKSON, MI – Jackson Coffee Co. is the hub of hangouts and the birthplace of Jackson culture.

Brian Surgener opened Jackson Coffee Co, in a former hardware store in downtown Jackson in 2006. Since then, it has become the official place where professionals, families, friends and people of all ages meet and take something to drink.

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“You’ll arrive in the afternoon and you’ll find a bunch of people hanging around here,” manager Amy Wadsworth said. “You will find the community here.”

The coffee beans are roasted in-house, which means the coffee is the freshest in town, said Wadsworth and barista Kathryn Hermes. You can smell the coffee roasting as you pass down the street, Hermès said.

Coffee is the most popular thing on the menu. There are lattes, thick Frappes, cafe au lait and just plain old black coffee. If you’re not a fan of coffee, smoothies, tea and hot chocolate are also on the menu.

More than 60 flavored syrups are also offered, so people can get creative with their drinks, Hermès said.

Jackson Coffee also offers pastries from Jackson’s Grand River Brewery, including cinnamon rolls, orange and cranberry scones and rich brownies, as well as muffins and cookies. There are plans to also start offering Grand River Brewery wraps and salads, Wadsworth said.

The cafe serves a lot of regulars and the staff take pride in knowing their customers and will go above and beyond to take good care of them, Hermès said.

“Knowing first name and their drink orders is normal for a lot of people walking through the door,” Hermès said.

Jackson Coffee, 201 S. Mechanic St., is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, and 8 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. More information about coffee at his website and Facebook page.

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The new Synesso ES1 prosumer espresso machine presented at the Specialty Coffee Expo 2022 in Boston. Photo by Howard Bryman/Daily Coffee News

Seattle-based espresso machine maker Synesso today unveiled a single-group prosumer machine called the Synesso ES1.

The first major release since Seattle-based Synesso was acquired by Illinois-based catering equipment company Middleby Corporation in 2019, the machine made its public debut at Boston’s Specialty Coffee Expo.

(See DCN’s full coverage of Expo 2022 here.)

Synesso ES1 4 espresso machine

Photo by Howard Bryman/Daily Coffee News

The dual-boiler ES1 operates on standard residential 110V/15 amp power and incorporates the company’s patented MVP (Manual or Volumetric Programming) technology, which allows users to choose between manual volume and temperature control. real-time pressure or automate the dispensing of water to the café using the integrated software.

“It’s a Synesso through and through, with professional performance, pro-spec components and smart engineering to achieve Synesso’s legendary temperature stability on residential power,” said Matt Jensen, brand manager. and marketing of the Middleby Coffee Solutions group, at DCN. “The unit offers the best of what Synesso is known for, in a clean-lined design that blends seamlessly into homes.”

Synesso ES1 6 espresso machine

Photo by Howard Bryman/Daily Coffee News

The machine, named after Synesso’s first engineer, Eric Schaefer, will include a new feature that Synesso calls Automatic Preinfusion, whereby data gathered from pressure sensors in the brew chamber can trigger automatic changes to the debit.

Sensors guide the machine through recipes that the system divides into three phases: pre-infusion, infusion and deceleration. Baristas can pre-define parameters for each phase of a shot, either by specific pressure levels and durations, or as overall percentages of a final target volume.

Settings are adjustable via a top-mounted digital touchscreen interface, while firing activation is done manually using the paddle switch on the cluster.


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Users can also designate a pre-infusion pressure, peak pressure, and deceleration rate, then trigger these phases manually using the group’s paddle switch. The system also saves these shots for possible automatic replay.

“You have the ability to be about as automatic as you would like, but at the same time we still have the paddle commitment to [activating an espresso]; the steam valve is still a manual steam valve,” Ryan Willbur, director of sales and strategy for Middleby Coffee Solutions Group, told DCN. “We wanted it to be a very tactile machine – something that feels like making great coffee at home. And on the other side of that, for roasters who want to do events and pop-ups, we wanted it to be something that was super familiar and felt as rugged as a commercial machine for them in those light environments.

Synesso ES1 5 espresso machine

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Water from the separate hot water tap is also programmable. Initially, the ES1 will allow a single temperature/volume profile to be run by a single button; future software updates will allow the system to store multiple water profiles, as well as additional functionality to control espresso extractions.

“We see the operating system on this machine as the future we want to build on,” Wilbur said. “The advantage of [the system] is that a lot of the framework that determines how we handle pressure and control extraction is something we may be building different algorithms for over time, to develop new ways to automate or manipulate extraction . ”

Synesso ES1 3 espresso machine

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The ES1 is Synesso’s first new machine model since the launch of the S line of compact commercial volumetric espresso machines in 2018.

The 80-pound prosumer machine’s 3.25-litre pint steamer and infusion boilers, both stainless steel, can be replenished via a direct water line connection or from a a 3-litre on-board tank accessible from the front of the machine. The steam wands stay cool to the touch, and at launch the machine will be available in blue, red, black, or white.

A working demonstration ES1 machine is currently shooting photos at the SCA exhibition. Pricing will be announced before the sales launch, which is expected to take place in early summer.

Synesso ES1 2 espresso machine

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Blue Sparrow Coffee releases sustainability report

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“When we started this journey, it was a mess,” says Blue Sparrow Coffee co-founder Jeffrey Knott — and he says it literally and figuratively. Two years ago, Blue Sparrow, which has two locations (3070 Blake Street and 1615 Platte Street), released its first Equity Report which included data on its employee demographics, salaries, benefits and the company’s community impact.

The now annual report, which will be updated again in mid-summer, provides a transparent insight into the inside of the company and is a way for it to hold itself accountable.

But in addition to putting its employees first, Blue Sparrow wanted to do more when it comes to sustainability and understanding the environmental impact of its business. It started with a single-use cup initiative that launched on January 1. “We read about consumer behaviors and found that charging for single-use cups instead of reducing reusable cups was found to increase reusables by 126.8% in some scenarios,” Blue said. says Sparrow on his website.

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It now charges $0.10 per single-serve cup — an approach coffee giant Starbucks is also testing this year. The full amount of these fees goes into a sustainability fund that the company uses for projects it wouldn’t have been able to do otherwise, like installing more efficient HVAC units and increasing composting. . “We are able to use less and reinvest with those who choose to pay the fees,” Knott notes.

Blue Sparrow has also begun work on a sustainability report to better understand the environmental impact of its business and create goals to guide its next steps. “Most of us have been living this way for a long time,” says Knott, who has been a vegetarian for nearly a decade. “Our team is really, really excited.”

So excited, in fact, that when the idea to write the sustainability report came up, there were volunteers ready to dig and count the trash – especially Sara Van Hatten, sustainability analyst for parent company from Blue Sparrow, Mainspring.

After a year of work, the report was published on April 4; it includes a design and storytelling element from Philip Hua-Pham, Head of Brand Experience at Mainspring. The webpage with the report data also contains a winding map that shows the “hitty pace” process, as Knott puts it, that the team went through to put this project together. “What we’ve really accomplished is that we now have a lot of baseline information.”

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The data is broken down into waste, energy and water. “Getting good energy and water data is incredibly difficult,” Knott admits. “Our goal for next year is to get better data.” For now, the focus is on waste. What the team discovered while digging through the bins was that “so many things that should be in the bin aren’t and vice versa.”

To combat this issue, Blue Sparrow changed its offerings from 80% of its customer-facing paper items to be recyclable or compostable to 100%. It is also about looking at “sustainability” itself. “We stamped the cups with ‘Sustainability is Dead,'” Knott explains. “The best way I can describe it is just that ‘sustainable’ is such a weak word. If you’re in a relationship and someone asks how it’s going, the last word that you want to use is, it’s ‘sustainable.’ We want to do better than that. Our goal is not to do well enough. We want to be net positive.”

Goals for this year include working with Scraps Mile High to compost 100% of coffee grounds at both sites and continue to reduce waste contamination by ensuring recyclables do indeed reach a recycling center. “These are things we care about, and we will hold ourselves publicly accountable,” Knott notes.

The sustainability report will also be updated annually. “We’ve gone from low-key attention and doing our own thing to now. It’s kind of playing with fire. We could be accused of greenwashing for publicity,” Knott acknowledges. “But hopefully people will see over time that we’re really invested and that we follow these changes over the years. … It’s so important.”

How Stainless Steel Could Affect Your Coffee Flavor

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The Istituto of Espresso Italiano offers a specific description of “good” coffee: “The nose reveals an intense fragrance with notes of flowers, fruits, toast and chocolate… Its taste is round, substantial and velvety. Sour and bitter the tastes are well balanced and neither prevails over the other. There is little or no astringent taste.” In other words, you will to know good coffee when you drink it. According to Driftaway Coffee, your stainless steel mug might be the only thing standing between you and the coffee of your dreams.

If you’ve ever used a plastic travel mug, you know that the yellow coffee stain inside is a permanent fixture. This is because plastic absorbs flavors; it clings to that hot coffee taste and holds forever. Conversely, stainless steel does the opposite and transfers the flavors to the already existing profile. Likewise, stainless steel could fundamentally alter the chemical compounds that give a roast its unique flavor. According to CoffeeAndHealth.org, there are over 1,000.

Another reason a steel mug could ruin your brew is how it is made. In the same way that product processing and origin affects your coffee, metal mugs with lesser quality craftsmanship are often sealed with inferior finishes that excrete into your drink. When it’s time to invest in your next fresh cup of coffee, that extra twenty bucks might be worth the investment to avoid that metallic aftertaste.

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New coffee bar and dispensary open in Houston

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Adyson and Andrew Alvis the duo cousin behind Mill coffee bar in West U, have opened a new establishment, Wild. The new multi-dimensional lounge, located high up, is a one-stop-shop – a bustling cafe by day and an eclectic Balinese-inspired bar and dispensary by night.

As Texas legislation begins to sort out the possibility of legalizing cannabis, Houston is one of the cities leading the way. “We wanted to create a place that immediately transforms your emotions into a casual and relaxing ambiance, an experience you won’t find anywhere else in Houston.” said Andrew Alvis.

Unique it is – the bar brings a one-of-a-kind experience you won’t find anywhere else in Texas.

Delta-8 THC is currently legal in Texas after a Travis County judge temporarily blocked the state from classifying it as a controlled substance. Under current law, hemp-derived Delta-8 THC containing less than 0.3% THC is legal to buy and sell, which has created a window of opportunity for the Alvis family. At Wild, customers can kick back, relax, learn, and experience the benefits of CBD and other hemp-derived products such as Delta-8, Delta-10, THCV, THC-O, and HHC.

If that’s not enough to put you in a mellow mood, the intimate space adapts to the time of day – perfect for an early morning work session or happy hour with friends once you’re out. of the clock.

The family duo, who love to travel the world, wanted their joint cafe to merge cultural experiences that both enjoyed. The interior was particularly inspired by their travels to Mexico, Indonesia and Southeast Asia.




You will instantly feel a sense of relaxation upon entering Wild; the interior is adorned with neon lights and greenery, adding to the serene ambience, as well as rattan light fixtures, wood and wicker furniture in the cozy living room that transports you to an imaginary five-star resort.

Not to mention the vibrant cocktail list.

Among them, my favorite, the Pineapple Express, made with Mandarine Hangar 1, hibiscus, pineapple, ginger and lime, served in a pineapple-shaped glass and garnished with orange blossom and of hibiscus. And, yes, the use of CBD also extends to beverages.

Accompanying the selection of boozy cocktails, hemp-infused elixirs such as Orange Crush, made with tangerine, lime, vanilla, mint, tonicoffering a different kind of buzz. For budding CBD enthusiasts or beginners, you have nothing to worry about. The staff is knowledgeable from hemp to drinks.

The food won’t be the star of the show at Wild, though — the cafe has a few light bites like tacos, pastries, and sandwiches from Koffeteria that you can order with your coffee, but that’s about it. The bud bar, however, is filled with CBD goodies, such as THC Hemp Gummies or moonrock pre-rolls.

But if you’re just up for a quick morning visit, you won’t be disappointed. The owners have partnered with Tenfold, another Heights-based company, to supply coffee blends from around the world. think Shakerato, matcha lattes and macchiatos. Pro tip: Wild has a latte art machine where you can choose any latte art design and it will print directly onto your cup of coffee.

When you’re ready to take a walk on the Savage aside, stop by the Heights bar to soak up all the soothing vibes, whether it’s curing ailments or giving you an energy boost.

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Appearing this year at the Masters: Azaleas, Green Jackets and Inflation

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Some economists and sports marketing executives, however, believe the club’s motive for keeping prices low is not as benevolent as Southern gentry. Instead, they believe the club, whose members include titans of finance and industry, may deliberately use cheap concessions to create a sense of an earlier, less capitalistic era in the sport – and the aura that has made the Masters brand one of the most revered and treasured in sport.

John A. List, an economics professor at the University of Chicago who took the master’s degree, said Augusta National’s strategy comes down to wanting to “shock and amaze you on the low side.”

Even after the various increases in 2022, prices are certainly still low. The most expensive item is a $6 Chardonnay, and a lunch of an egg salad sandwich, a bag of chips (plain or BBQ), and a soft drink totals $5. Customers, as the club refers to fans thronging the fairways, have been more likely to notice a menu item that has disappeared — like the Georgia peach ice cream sandwich, once sold for $2 — because of the supply chain, that their spending a few extra quarters.

“We’ve had some modest price increases,” Fred S. Ridley, president of Augusta National, said Wednesday when he acknowledged that supply chain issues have also affected construction projects. “I think most, if not everyone, would say that our concessions have great value, so we’re very comfortable with that.”

The finances of Augusta National, a private club, are opaque, with the club not even saying how many general admission passes it sells for up to $115 on competition days, while some estimates have pegged crowds at about 40,000. But over the years it has shown a willingness to resist the more ordinary tendencies of inflation. If Augusta had kept pace, and assuming the pimento cheese sandwich was priced appropriately in 2003, the sandwich would have been around $2.14 around the same time last year before the start of the season. higher inflation.

Inflation-related or not, Augusta may have been due to price increases. Although the price of the Chilli Cheese Sandwich, long memorialized in newspaper accounts of the tournament, has held steady this year, the club hasn’t gone that long without pushing it higher. In 2003, when the price jumped to $1.50, the $1.25 norm had only been in effect since 1999. And when that price took hold, it was after just five years of sandwiches at 1 $.

But the current economic environment, Summers suggested, has given Augusta “more need, more coverage and more opportunity to raise prices than any year in the last 40 years.”

Couplet Coffee’s Gefen Skolnick attempts to reinvent a category

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Couplet Coffee, which sells both coffee beans and coffee-related products online, is only a few months old and is trying to enter the market with a bang.

Currently, it is available online as well as at select partners such as Lotto.com’s Players Cafe. Founder and CEO Gefen Skolnick joined the Modern Retail podcast this week and spoke about the launch.

“Couplet was my side project in college,” Skolnick said. “I’ve just been obsessed with coffee for over ten years now.”

Over the past year, however, Skolnick has been experimenting to see if the brand could become a viable business. Much of this has been achieved via limited-edition drops, as well as one-time retail partnerships at pop-ups like a recent Bumble-sponsored NYC cafe. At first, Couplet’s landing page was a simple fund deposit site that sold a small amount (say, 30) of limited-edition bags of coffee beans or products like French presses. Those drops sold out quickly — thanks in large part, Skolnick says, to social media buzz — giving the brand more credibility.

Now, Couplet is trying to take things to a new level. Although it still has small-scale partnerships with artists and releases limited-edition products, the brand is also trying to grow its permanent presence. It is currently in 17 retail stores nationwide. In addition to its online offerings, which went live earlier this year, Couplet is opening more than 20 coffee cart locations at Players Cafe. Skolnick said more expansion announcements are on the horizon.

The growth of this type of business was new ground for Skolnick. Although she is only in her twenties, over the past few years Skolnick has worked in a variety of roles, from software engineering to DTC marketing to investing. But, she hadn’t really looked into coffee before. Skolnick therefore developed his network to better understand space.

“I’ve spent the last year… understanding how operations work, understanding how DTC brands do what they do, understanding how coffee companies do what they do, and building an ecosystem of advisors and investors who could help me figure it out,” Skolnick mentioned. All of this helped Skolnick raise seed funding in 2021.

That education isn’t complete now that the Couplet has officially launched, but the plan is to continue to grow the business. As Skolnick seeks more partnerships between coffeeshops and retailers, she also hopes to grow the product line and keep Couplet true to its roots.

Even with the growing number of external partnerships, Skolnick said, “first and foremost we are a DTC brand.”

Here are some highlights from the conversation, which have been lightly edited for clarity.

Trying to build a new kind of coffee business
“I felt like a lot of people would start the same coffee business over and over. They would probably open stores – probably one to start – they would end up roasting their own beans. There are many situations of micro-roasting, small local batches – that kind of vibe. And then…all the packaging would look the same for different brands. A lot of people I’ve met in the coffee community – not the coffee community – have never had real brand affinity. So there’s the community that was missing; there’s the brand that was missing; going fully really DTC was missing, in my opinion. Some people did it really well. But it was still a niche craft so high-end that the target demo was always very small. [it was about] make it more for everyone.

How Skolnick pivoted the concept
“When I first launched Couplet, I almost wanted to keep it as a tech company. The first thing I thought the world needed was a Stitch Fix for coffee, kind of like an iteration on Misto Box. And I lost the passion for it pretty quickly. I was just like, no, I think I really want to build something that’s going to be a lot harder for me to build – which is a whole new brand that sees the light of day. And I think I can do that because I understand what’s missing. And I’ve interviewed at least a couple hundred people – being just one person who’s been interested in [coffee] over the years. I think I have something to work with to kick this off. I have a deep understanding of marketing, as I only work for consumer brands (I’ve never worked in a Saas company). So that’s what I immediately pivoted to: okay, cool, we’re going to be a coffee brand. »

Focus on TikTok to drive traffic
“I put a lot of my eggs into content because we’ve always been really good at content. We’ve been viral on TikTok multiple times, and it was just my face until about two weeks ago. It’s just my face on the TikTok. So I hire several people in video and content creation to help us figure out what it looks like to become a real source of traffic. Because a lot of my traffic comes from TikTok in general. With limited drops, TikTok and Twitter [drove a lot of traffic]. I didn’t put much effort into Instagram. So we don’t go the typical route of Instagram ads. We’re definitely doing some testing there. But as a super small business that only raised an angel tower last year, we’re certainly trying to get really smart about meaningful and profitable ways to get traffic.

Coles launches its own brand of compostable coffee pods

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Coles has become the first major Australian retailer to launch its own home compostable coffee capsules, which have been launched as part of its Coles Urban Coffee Culture brand.

Coles Urban Coffee Culture compostable organic pods, made with bio-based cellulose and vegetable oils, can be composted in home compost bins, where they break down in about the same time as an orange peel.

The pods can be used in machines designed for Nespresso-style coffee pods and have been certified by the Australasian Bioplastics Association. They are now available in Coles supermarkets.

The sustainable packaging innovation comes as the pandemic has triggered a major shift in coffee drinking habits, with more people opting for convenience while working from home. Over the past two years, sales of coffee pods at Coles have soared 30%. During the same period, pure coffee also saw a 30% increase, while all-in-one sachet coffee increased by 20%.

Coles Grocery general manager Leanne White said she was delighted to be able to help customers find a more sustainable way to dispose of coffee capsules at home.

“Coles is always looking for ways to make exclusive supermarket own brand and Coles Liquor products more environmentally friendly and sustainable for shoppers,” she said.

“Customers appreciate the convenience of pod coffee machines and the ability to brew café-style coffee at home, but want a better solution to manage used pods that can be difficult to recycle.”

White said Coles opted to work with suppliers to find a coffee pod solution that could be composted at home because few councils accept compostable packaging in their food and organic waste bin.

“Home composting is also a great way for our customers to reduce the amount of food waste going to landfill,” she said. “Compostable coffee pods allow Coles to provide coffee lovers with a more sustainable solution, while delivering a delicious, quality brew.”

Each of the suppliers Coles works with to source Coles Urban Coffee Culture beans is also Rainforest Alliance certified. The Rainforest Alliance seal signifies that farmers follow more sustainable agricultural practices that protect forests, improve their livelihoods, promote the human rights of agricultural workers, and help them mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis.

As part of our sustainability strategy, Coles is working together towards zero waste with our customers and suppliers, including our goal for all own brand product packaging to be 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.

Coles also makes it easier for customers to recycle by including the Australasian Recycling Label (ARL) on Coles Own Brand products. The ARL currently affects over 4,000 Coles Own Brand and Coles Own Liquor Brand products.

Last year, Coles was ranked second out of 62 food retailers globally for sustainable business practices in the World Benchmarking Alliance’s 2021 Food and Agriculture Benchmark, the highest ranking for an Australian supermarket.

Coles Urban Coffee Culture compostable pods are now available at Coles supermarkets nationwide, priced at $4.50 for a pack of ten.

Organic Tea and Coffee Market Size, Growth Factors and Forecast

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Local News: More Ozarks Healthcare clinics and cafes open in new medical office building (4/6/22)

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The Ozarks Healthcare Coffee Shop, which proudly serves Starbucks Coffee, has announced its hours of operation. Starting Monday, April 4, the cafe will be open to staff, visitors and the public Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

After opening its new medical office building offering multiple specialties in one accessible location, Ozarks Healthcare moved more clinics to its new space. Since April 1, clinics for orthopedics and spine, podiatry, endocrinology, ear, nose and throat (ENT), general surgery and infectious diseases, neurology and rheumatology of Ozarks Healthcare operates out of the Ozarks Healthcare Medical Office building located at 1100 Kentucky Ave. These specialties join Ozarks Healthcare’s Heart and Lung Center and pain management clinics, as well as its imaging and laboratory services, in the new medical office building.

“We are thrilled to have these clinics moving to our medical office building,” said Tom Keller, President and CEO of Ozarks Healthcare. “A transition of this magnitude requires movement in stages, and our staff have worked hard to ensure clarity and convenience for our patients throughout this process. Many of our patients will now be able to travel to one location for almost all of their medical appointments. We hope this new level of convenience and closeness for our patients will benefit our community. »

Ozarks Healthcare Urology will transition and open in the Medical Office Building on May 1.

Located adjacent to the Shaw Medical Building and the Ozarks Healthcare Hospital, the Ozarks Healthcare Medical Office Building houses three floors and 100,000 new square feet of specialty clinics and ancillary services, a new restaurant, cafe, gift shop, chapel, pharmacy, etc.

The Ozarks Healthcare Coffee Shop, which proudly serves Starbucks Coffee, has announced its hours of operation. Starting Monday, April 4, the café will be open to staff, visitors and the public Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cafe serves a full line of Starbucks beverages, from teas to lattes.

Grill 59, Ozarks Healthcare’s new dining facility inside the Medical Office Building, is also open to staff, visitors and the public. Currently, breakfast is served from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and lunch is served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., daily. Take-out options are also available.

Services opening later this spring include the pharmacy and gift shop.

“We know our community is looking forward to the opening of our pharmacy and gift shop,” said Josh Reeves, vice president of development. “Final logistics are being planned while the final parts of construction are complete, and we hope to be able to announce hours of operation through our social media and website later this spring.”

For more information and answers to questions regarding Ozarks Healthcare’s new medical office building, please visit www.OzarksHealthcare.com.

Patients and visitors are advised to be aware of ongoing road construction near the medical office building by the City of West Plains and Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) near Kentucky Ave. City and MoDOT officials say the construction will redirect traffic near Ozarks Healthcare’s main campus for about 60 days. You can find an updated map and building information on the Ozarks Healthcare website mentioned above. Ozarks Healthcare reminds patients and visitors of its shuttle service from parking lots. Shuttles are available from the car parks to the entrances. Patients and visitors can call a shuttle once they are in a parking lot at 417-293-4731.

Inner Sunset Coffee Shop-Mexican Restaurant Hybrid Tart to Tart will close after 45 years

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Longtime Irving Street businesses Tart to Tart and Mexican Grill, two very different entities that operate under the same roof in the Inner Sunset, are both closing Thursday, April 7. The businesses’ owners, Jenny Cam, were unavailable for comment on Tuesday morning, but staff say after 45 years the impact of the pandemic and rising rents in San Francisco have pushed the businesses to the brink .

Carmen Mendoza, an employee at the Mexican Grill side for about 10 years, says the rent is about to skyrocket past the already difficult $8,000 a month. Mendoza tells Eater SF that the landlord has asked Cam for a new lease at around $13,000 a month, and Cam won’t accept the offer. On top of that, the loss of business caused by the pandemic was simply too much for the local hangout to bear.

Carmen Mendoza and a colleague making a burrito in the company’s final days.
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Mendoza says Mexican Grill is going away for good, but fans can keep their eyes peeled for Tart to Tart down the road as Cam searches for a smaller location to reopen. Mendoza says she is sad to have to start looking for work after all this time; Vincent Cam, a baker with the business for more than 20 years and brother of owner Jenny, says he’s also sad to be out of work.

However, neither case is over. On Monday, a customer said the burrito at the humble Mexican Grill stand in the Tart to Tart space, right next to the ice cream crate, was as good as any in the neighborhood. The espresso shake was “seriously reserved,” according to the signage. The dark roast coffee was also serious, but the $1.85 shortbread cookies were great for dipping to make the brew a little sweeter. In 2003, the now defunct alternative weekly Weekly SF awarded the shop its “Best Tarts” award for a $2.75 slice of Linzer pie, and in 2005 the now-defunct San Francisco Guardian awarded it the “Best place to observe medical students at leisure”. Large windows and plenty of outdoor seating have made it an eye-catcher for weekend strollers looking for something sweet and cheap for decades.

The quiet interior of Tart to Tart and Mexican Grill as the shop prepares to close.

The quiet interior of Tart to Tart and Mexican Grill as the shop prepares to close.
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Smart Coffee arrives on the Blockchain

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FORT WASHINGTON, MD/ACCESSWIRE/April 5, 2022/ RxSeedCoin.io (currency currently traded on BitMart.com and BabySwap, ticker WSOW) is an advanced blockchain-based company that gives back to humanity while providing solutions to global problems. Today, RxSeedCoin announced a partnership with RxSmartCoffee.com to introduce a popular micronutrient-infused coffee to the vast and ever-growing community connected through the global blockchain decentralized finance marketplace.

“Millions of people around the world are excited to use, store and create value in decentralized financial markets through NFTs, cryptocurrency and new blockchain-based systems, and a lot of people love coffee!” says, David Miller, founder of RxSeedCoin.io. “So, I can’t think of a better way to help support the community of developers and marketers 24/7 than with a cup of gourmet coffee infused with restorative micronutrients!”

Each Rx Smart Coffee blend is designed to enhance specific health goals using organic micronutrients extracted from herbs that have been shown to help restore and support bodily functions. RxSmartCoffee.com’s breakthrough technology, Bio-Natural Phytochemical Extraction, or BPE, extracts the active constituents from ingredients and infuses them into organic coffee, making your daily cup your daily dose of vitamins.

“We owe the development of this particular project to Dr. David and Alyze Sam, who brought tremendous insight and enthusiasm around the coffee project to the team,” says Jeff Richfield, Founder of RxSeedCoin.io. “We’re creating coffee-related NFTs very soon and we’re excited to bring RxSmartCoffee and sponsor the FinTech events from Miami this week. I can’t start my day without my RxSmart coffee! The different coffees taste fantastic and I feel good drinking coffee which contains vital nutrients.”

“As a former holistic nurse for 13 years, I often miss watching miracles. I miss caring for people and find myself in the big tech world trying to be a ‘fixer’ or a ‘healer’ – This ‘beneficial bean’, as we like to call it, really has an impact that I never thought coffee could!I enjoy Rx Smart Coffee Immunity Blend, as someone who travels frequently and who suffers from lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. I am thrilled to continue cultivating this amazing product, soon we will be inviting our community to share and formulate an avenue for monetization as we enjoy holistic coffee.”

RxSeedCoin.io is a for-profit blockchain solutions incubator with projects in the clean energy sector that has committed a third of its resources to help provide solutions to global issues such as hunger, homelessness, health and the provision of clean energy solutions, as well as disaster relief and temporary emergency housing.

As part of RXSeedCoin’s ongoing mission to love and support humanity, enter the industry to help those who need it most. WSOW can be purchased at BitMart.com. Special NFTs to support disaster relief are currently for sale on RXSeedCoin.io.

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Coffee Drinks Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

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New Jersey, United States – This coffee drinks market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, the development and improvement of the industrial sector and the new product launches presented in this Coffee Drinks market report is of great help for the significant new business entrants entering the the market. This Coffee Beverages Market report performs careful assessment of the market and offers expert analysis of the market considering the changing market development, current market situation, and future projections. This Coffee Drinks Market report study further highlights the market driving factors, market overview, industry volume and market share. Since this Coffee Drinks market report offers an effective market strategy leading players can earn huge profits by making the right investments in the market. As this Coffee Beverages market report portrays the ever-changing needs of consumers, sellers, and buyers across different regions, it becomes easy to target specific products and attain major revenue in the global market.

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The report includes company profiles of nearly all major players operating in the Coffee Drinks Market. The Company Profiles section provides valuable analysis of key market players’ strengths and weaknesses, business developments, recent advances, mergers and acquisitions, expansion plans, global footprint, presence on market and product portfolios. This information can be used by players and other market participants to maximize their profitability and streamline their business strategies. Our competitive analysis also includes key insights to help new entrants identify entry barriers and assess the level of competitiveness in the Coffee Beverages market.

Key Players Mentioned in the Coffee Drinks Market Research Report:

The Coca-Cola, Nestlé, Starbucks, Ting Hsin International, Illycaffe, UCC Ueshima Coffee, Coffee Roasting Schreyogg, Luigi Lavazza, Dunkin’Donut

Coffee Drinks Market Segmentation:

By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:

• Instantaneous
• Filter
• Cup bean
• Read to drink

By application, this report covers the following segments:

• Hypermarkets/Supermarkets
• Convenience stores
• Specialty coffees
• Online retail
• Others

The study included in this report will help organizations understand the major threats and opportunities faced by retailers in the global market. Furthermore, the study provides an overview of the competitive landscape along with a SWOT analysis. This report provides in-depth information on any product or technological developments in the Coffee Beverages market and an overview of the impact of these developments on the potential growth of the market.

In order to maintain their supremacy in the coffee beverage industry, the majority of companies are currently implementing new technologies, strategies, product innovations, expansions and long-term contracts. After reviewing key companies, the report focuses on startups driving business growth. The report’s authors identify possible mergers and acquisitions between the startups and key organizations in the study. Big players work hard to adopt the latest technologies to gain a strategic advantage over the competition as new technologies are introduced regularly.

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Scope of the Coffee Drinks Market Report

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
CUSTOMIZATION SCOPE Free report customization (equivalent to up to 4 analyst business days) with purchase. Added or changed country, region and segment scope.

Geographic segment covered in the report:

The Coffee Drinks report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

• North America (USA and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and Rest of Middle East and Africa)

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5. Which regional market will show the strongest growth?

6. What will be the CAGR and size of the Coffee Drinks market throughout the forecast period?

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Black Coffee Breaks Down Their Virgil Abloh-Inspired AMIRI Grammys Look

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Last night’s 64th Grammy Awards in Las Vegas featured some predictable nods: Olivia Rodrigo took home three awards (Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Vocal Performance), and jazz crooner Tony Bennett won a jaw-dropping 20th award. Grammys. But it’s talents like John Batiste, who swept five of the night’s categories, and DJ Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, better known as Black coffee—whose Best Dance/Electronic Album wins points the first nomination for a South African in this category in The history of the Grammys, which turned out to be particularly remarkable. Black Coffee, accepted the award in a cream crystal-embellished AMIRI suit which, as he told the designer Mike Amiri, was a tribute to his old friend and collaborator Virgil Abloh. Below, the DJ and the Amiri discuss the importance of an African artist transcending the “World Music” category, being recognized by your industry peers, and the process of translating a song into suit..

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MIKE AMIRI: Nathi, let’s talk about how we first met.

BLACK COFFEE: We first met on social media. Then one day, by chance, I visited the Chrome Hearts store on my way to the Miami airport. I see a guy standing by the door on his phone, then he walks up to me and says “Hi, what’s going on?” I figured maybe he was following what I do, or had been on my show. We had a short chat and both left. A few minutes later, I realized it was you! I immediately DMed you like “Yo man, didn’t realize it was you!” We laughed about it.

AMIRI: Why did you decide to work with me to design your Grammy costume?

BLACK COFFEE: I’ve been a big fan of AMIRI since before I met you, then I became a fan of you as a human being too. I love what you are doing and the direction you are taking in the apparel industry. I love how free and unorthodox you are. What was your initial vision for this costume?

AMIRI: I wanted to create something clean, comfortable and contemporary, yet sophisticated enough for the Grammys red carpet. It’s cut in a signature AMIRI shape, and I’ve added a delicate crystal trim to enhance this neutral single-tone palette. Your music is so moving and expansive, I saw the costume as representing that through the design. We had worked together in the past when you created the soundtrack for my track, so we really aligned creatively. It was an excellent follow-up.

BLACK COFFEE: How did you approach this design process?

AMIRI: A personalized outfit must correspond to the sensitivity of the artist: he must feel comfortable and autonomous when he wears it. So I listened to your music and tried to tune that into my own vision. This look is meant to sound like a visual song – the color is instrumental, and the silhouette and embellishments are the grooves and hooks. If you could describe the final outfit in one sentence, what would it be?

BLACK CAFE: It would be “AMIRI ft. Virgil Abloh”. I also saw it as a bridge. I could say to you, “Mike, I’m going to the Grammys, I want to wear custom AMIRIs and I want to make sure it’s a tribute to Virgil, inspired by what he did. I had known Virgil for so many years and admired what he was doing in the industry, and how he was also that guy you could pick up and call. For example, I called him once and asked if we could do a special Off-White capsule collection for South Africa, and we did. It’s very rare to be able to call a great designer and make them believe in your vision. That’s what you’re doing now. This costume was inspired by the look he wore at the Met Gala. Obviously, we talked a lot about Virgil when designing this costume – how do you think his influence comes across in the final design?

AMIRI: Virgil was an incredible person and friend. You and I shared a few conversations about our relationship with him, and I knew you wanted your look to be a nod to his spirit. One of her signatures was a beautifully tailored angel costume with a modern twist. Who is your fashion icon?

BLACK COFFEE: I don’t think I have just one, I’m inspired by different people. I love Pharrell’s taste for jewelry and his watches. I love Virgil for embracing all the brands that he thought were doing something special.

AMIRI: How did this Grammy nomination go?

BLACK COFFEE: The nomination was so important to me – it’s definitely a highlight of my career, because I intended to reach this level. This kind of recognition, on a global scale, is so rare for an artist where I come from. We are usually in the African/World music category, where we compete against each other. In making this album, I knew who I wanted to work with and the kind of sound I was looking for: to create something inspiring for Africans, so they know they can go this far. I get a nod at the Grammys – they say “we see you”, and that means a lot to me.

AMIRI: If you win, how will you celebrate?

BLACK CAFÉ: Oh my God, if I win… I didn’t think about it. Every time my brain goes there, I have a mild heart attack. I’m afraid to think about winning or losing because music isn’t made for that. I think in addition to winning or losing, there’s also a level of recognition that you want from your peers or the industry. You want them to know you’re here and can contribute on a larger scale. This is victory for me. But when I think about getting the prize, I panic. It’s a scary thought for me, so I don’t know how I would react if it were to happen.

AMIRI: Well, we’ll see!

Openings and closings of businesses around the Detroit metro in March

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Spring is a time of change, and so is the region’s business community.

Many stores opened or closed in March in the western suburbs of Detroit. Here is a non-exhaustive list of changes in the business landscape across Hometown Life communities.

Did we miss one? Do you have a business opening or closing soon? Let us know by email [email protected].

Westland

                                                                                                                            A wooden-handled ax sinks into a target of Westland's Legendary Axe.

After years of work and delay, legendary ax opened in the old Skateworld building at 37550 Cherry Hill. An entertainment venue complete with a bar and multiple ax throwing lanes, it sports an Up North feel in a space next to Hush Haunted Attraction.

Before or after throwing axes, be sure to grab something to eat. A long-vacant restaurant building on Wayne Road is given new life with hummus and chicken shawarma.

New in town is 2Booli 2GB, a fast-casual Middle Eastern restaurant at 6308 N. Wayne Road. An offshoot of 2Booli in Farmington Hills, the restaurant serves bowls and pitas packed with flavor. The restaurant offers dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru options for customers.

Not in the mood for the Middle East? Drive a bit north along Wayne Road to a new cafe serving pancakes and coffee.

Aroma Crêperie and Café opened in late February in the space that previously housed Payless ShoeSource at Westland Plaza. Opened by Iraqi immigrants, the cafe offers savory and sweet pancakes with international flavors.

                            Sale of Aroma Cafe muffins.  The Wayne establishment bakes all of its own in-store treats.

Livonia

It just got a little easier to have a cup of coffee in southwest Livonia.

The long-located Biggby Coffee on the plaza of Ann Arbor Road and Newburgh recently moved to a space formerly occupied by a bank at 38047 Ann Arbor Road. The biggest addition is a drive-thru, allowing customers to pick up this Caramel Marvel without leaving their car.

                                                                                                                            Ann Arbor Road Biggby Coffee employee Emma Mood prepares milk tea on April 1, 2022.

A new place to buy new and “pre-loved” women’s clothing has also arrived in Livonia. Lynn Nailor has moved Get Styled Resale Boutique from its previous location in Ferndale to a new boutique at 33302 W. Seven Mile, just east of Farmington Road. The store offers new and used items, including clothing, jewelry and accessories.

Another big-box pharmacy also closed in town. The Rite Aid at 27401 Six Mile on the corner of Inkster has closed, with the last day open in March.

A request for more information about the closure was sent to Rite Aid but not returned.

Plymouth/Township of Plymouth

Employee Vanessa Kulisz places cookies on a display plate at Bakehouse 46 in Plymouth town centre.

Enjoy a taste of autumn all year round in downtown Plymouth.

Bakery 46 took over the old Cupcake Station at 318 S. Main St. A collaboration between Blake’s and Cupcake Station, Bakehouse 46 brings cider, donuts, cakes and other goodies to a new cafe. It joins several others in southeast Michigan, including Birmingham (which plans to reopen this month after moving), Ann Arbor and Rochester.

A popular fast-casual restaurant has also moved to the area: Chipotle opened at Ann Arbor Road and Haggerty in Plymouth Township. The popular burrito joint is one of the first places to open in the plaza where Kmart once stood. A Henry Ford Health Facility also plans to open on the site later this year.

Although there were a few openings, there was also a major closure in the Plymouth area last month. Shimmy Shack, the famous vegan restaurant on Sheldon Road, closed its doors after the rent was increased in the restaurant space. While the restaurant is closed, food truck Shimmy Shack plans to continue serving its delicious dishes.

Farmington

Get ready to get in shape as a new gym has opened in Farmington.

F45, known for its high-intensity workouts, held its grand opening in March at its new gym at 33019 Grand River. The gym is known for its group fitness classes using circuits and high-intensity interval training. Other F45 Gyms operate nearby in Livonia and Birmingham.

Milford

                                                                                                                            The Three Little Peas clothing lines are primarily aimed at children under the age of ten.

Milford parents looking for used clothes for their young children no longer need to drive to places like Novi or Brighton.

three peas opened in Summit and Commerce Square next to the Milford Independent Cinema. Specializing in clothing for babies and young children, it is the first children’s clothing resale store to open in the region. They also buy clothes.

A new attraction for a special evening has also opened in Milford town centre. North-End Market Candle Bar opened in late March at 435 N. Main Stree, offering customers the ability to create their own scented candle, hand soap and other products with customizable scents. It brings together the North Main Gift Co., which operated out of a small room behind the Beyond Juicery + Eatery, and the new Candle Bar under one roof.

                                                    Inside the North-End Market candle bar in Milford.

Nearby Highland, there’s now a place to catch a Metro Detroit classic: the coney dog. Leo’s Coney Island has a new location at 2218 S. Milford Road across from Milford High School. Leo’s is known throughout the region for its traditional Coney Island staples, such as hot dogs covered in chili, onion and mustard, as well as other comfort foods.

Lyon South

There’s a new reason to go bowling in the south of Lyon.

Pinz Bowling Center at 700 N. Lafayette added a new arcade in addition to the bowling alleys, which features a variety of games. Shoot hoops or play one of the many games and try to win a bowling prize. Do well enough and win a prize.

More information on the bowling site, pinzsouthlyon.com.

birmingham

Paris Baguette Deputy General Manager Megan Lou places pastries in a crate at the new Birmingham location.

Taste the world in Birmingham’s brand new cafe.

The first one Parisian baguette in Michigan opened in March at 183 N. Old Woodward. Known for its self-serve format for pastries and other baked goods, the cafe provides a space for diners to enjoy their baked goods and coffee in or take out.

Contact reporter David Veselenak at [email protected] or 734-678-6728. Follow him on Twitter @davidveselenak.

Rising prices hit local businesses hard

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) — As if the hit the pandemic has had on local small businesses wasn’t enough, a local cafe says wholesale inflation has taken it to another level.

Erika Knoch of Global Coffee Roasters has noticed the rising costs of not only the coffee itself, but other in-demand items as well.

Knoch says it all started to come together over the holidays and continued as a string of successes in his business.

According to Knoch, she now pays around 30-40% more with things like coffee syrups, cups, sleeves and other common items for a cafe all increased. She says one of the main reasons spending has increased is the process required to receive her coffee beans from multiple countries, saying gasoline prices played a role.

“It literally has to be shipped, they are in ports, they have to be in ports and containers and they have to be shipped to California, sometimes to New Jersey, and then they are sent to warehouses, then the drivers have to get the coffee and send it to me.

Since it’s not a franchise that needs a larger volume of merchandise, Knoch says it’s also harder for it to get a lower price on items than department stores do.

“Like they’re going through high volumes of stuff and they can order stuff at a higher volume so a lower price, but we can’t do that, we have to buy stuff at a certain volume in order to not getting that best price on things.

Because of this, Knoch has had to raise his prices slightly in order to fund expenses saying that this applies to things that cost him a bit more overall.

“But we had to change the prices, for example on drinks that require more syrup or if they are more of a sweet latte, we had to increase our prices.”

Knoch says that even with the hardships and taking a hit herself, her customers appreciate what she and her staff do and the quality of the drink they serve.

“People really see it just by the way we make our coffee and how we serve our customers, they know they always went out of their way for them and I think they see it and that’s what makes them come whether we raise our price or not.

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Coles launches home compostable coffee capsules

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The supermarket giant has become the first major retailer to make the move, ensuring shoppers won’t notice any difference in taste.

Australians’ coffee habits have changed over the past two years, with an increase in sales of home coffee options spurred by restrictions and pandemic shutdowns.

For supermarket giant Coles, it saw a 30% increase in coffee pod sales and a 20% increase in sachet coffee as the country battled Covid-19.

And because of this, it decided to launch its own compostable coffee pod, making it the first major Australian retailer to do so.

“We know how much Australians love to drink quality coffee and the pandemic has really changed the way we drink our coffee,” Coles Grocery General Manager Leanne White told news.com.au.

“More and more people are looking for a convenient cafe-style cafe at home, as flexible working becomes the norm. With coffee pods becoming increasingly popular, we wanted to develop an option for environmentally conscious customers to dispose of their pods at home, rather than in their landfill bin.

The new Coles Urban Coffee Culture Organic home compostable pods are made with bio-based cellulose and vegetable oils – and break down in about the same time as an orange peel.

“We are always looking for ways to reduce problematic and unnecessary single-use plastic from Coles Own Brand products, and offering a home compostable coffee pod option is one way to do that,” Ms White continued.

She described it as a “game changer” for home coffee experiences and for those worried about whether the taste would be compromised, Ms White said it still had the “same great taste. .. but now with the added benefit of being home compostable”.

“We know that very few councils accept compostable packaging in their food and

organic waste bin, so we worked with our suppliers to come up with a coffee pod solution that customers can compost at home,” she said.

“Home composting is also a great way for our customers to reduce the amount of food waste going to landfill,” she added.

Meanwhile, Melbourne-based coffee company Grinders has also recently introduced compostable coffee capsules to its popular range.

Each of the coffee capsules is made from bio-based, compostable resin and is compatible with all “original” Nespresso coffee capsule machines.

The new Coles pods will mark the first time a major Australian retailer has produced a pod that customers can simply throw in their home compost bin.

“We’re sure customers will love the new home compostable coffee pods,” Leanne said.

Coles aims to have all of its own brand product packaging 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025.

The pods, suitable for use in machines designed for Nespresso-style coffee pods, have been

certified by the Australasian Bioplastics Association and will be available from Coles supermarkets from April 4, priced at $4.50 for a pack of 10.

Originally published as Coles now has a game-changing coffee pod

Kinder Surprise Eggs recalled by Ferrero due to “possible presence of Salmonella”

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Ferrero has urgently recalled certain stocks of Kinder Surprise eggs, the Food Standards Agency said. Some batches of the children’s favorite have been pulled from shelves due to the possible presence of salmonella.

The Food Standards Agency said: “Ferrero is taking precautionary action by recalling selected batches of Kinder Surprise because they may be contaminated with Salmonella. Only Kinder Surprise products manufactured in Belgium are affected.”

Buyers have been notified that pack sizes of 20g and 20gx 3 with best before dates of July 11, 2022 and October 7, 2022 are affected. A risk statement added: “The possible presence of salmonella in the product. Symptoms caused by salmonella typically include fever, diarrhea and abdominal cramps.”

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The website continued: “Ferrero is recalling the above product. Point-of-sale notices will be posted at retail stores that sell this product. These notices tell customers why the product is being recalled and tell them what to do next. they purchased the product. Please see attached notice.”

The Food Standards Agency has also issued advice to customers. It said: “If you have purchased the product above, do not eat it. Instead, please contact the Ferrero Consumer Helpline on [email protected] or 0330 053 8943 UK or +44 (0) 330 053 8943 Ireland for a full refund.”

The government agency runs the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) alongside local authorities, but also publishes alerts on its website. Local authorities such as Birmingham City Council carry out unannounced health inspections of all premises involved in the preparation, service, sale or handling of food. Each company receives one of six scores ranging from zero to five.

Two New Unicorns, Virat Kohli’s Coffee Bet, Ola’s EV Hurdle and More

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In March, two coffee startups also raised funds.

Blue Tokai has raised an undisclosed sum announcing Negen Capital and Mauryan Capital as its latest investors.

“With their support, we are on track to double our revenue to Rs 200 crore by next year,” said Matt Chitharanjan, co-founder and CEO of Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters.

Separately, Delhi-based Rage Coffee, a packaged coffee maker, has onboarded Indian cricketer Virat Kohli as an investor and brand ambassador. “I see tremendous potential for the brand to become one of the most iconic coffee companies of our time,” Kohli said in a press release.

In August, the startup raised $5 million in Series A funding led by Sixth Sense Ventures.

On the subject, Swiggy’s upcoming initial public offering has accelerated, with the food delivery company hiring bankers for the process, reported Economic Times. The company is reportedly seeking a valuation of up to $1 billion.

Swiggy declined to comment on BloombergQuint’s queries.

Rival Zomato announced 10-minute delivery for select food items. Its board also approved a $150 million loan to Blinkit (formerly Grofers). “This loan will support Grofers’ near-term capital needs and is in line with our stated intention to invest up to $400 million in cash in fast trading in India over the next two years,” he said. in a swap folder.

Zomato also bought a 16.6% stake in food robotics company Mukunda Foods for around $5 million. “Their products allow restaurants to grow rapidly while maintaining consistency in food quality and customer experience across multiple outlets. Our investment will help Mukunda Foods scale faster, reduce restaurant food prices, increase margins and improve customer enjoyment,” he said in another filing.

Local cafe weathers tough times with help from the community | Central Missouri News

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COLUMBIA – Love Coffee Shop provides job training and employment for people with disabilities and barriers to employment. During the pandemic, the cafe feared its business was close to collapse. However, thanks to the outpouring of love and support from the local community, the compassionate store was able to get back on track and more.

Karen Morgan, Executive Director of Love Coffee, was a high school special education teacher for 30 years and taught life skills and career skills to her students. She says she took all the lessons from the responsibilities of this job and used them in her new role of running the shop and taking care of her employees.

“I’ve always tried to motivate my students to believe in themselves and be confident in their abilities, and to be able to enter the world of competition and work,” Morgan said.

In 2020, during the early days of the coronavirus outbreak, Love Coffee was on the verge of collapse. However, Morgan said the outpouring of love and support from their customers and the general public helped save the cafe. She acknowledges that without the compassionate efforts of their advocates, Love Coffee could not have climbed out of this hole.

“It’s very emotional to receive a random card in the mail with a check from someone who had heard of us or had someone working with us,” Morgan said. “We give full credit to the community for helping us stay open during this difficult time.”

Not only has the cafe weathered the harsh ordeal of the pandemic, but it was able to open a new location at the Tiger Hotel. Morgan says the historic hotel welcomed them with open arms.

“They believe in our mission to support and hire people with disabilities and barriers to employment,” Morgan said.

At the cafe’s original location on Business Loop, operations are booming again. Sean Nevills, a loyal customer of Love Coffee for two years and a former trainer and special education teacher himself, felt a special connection the first time he set foot in their shop.

“I was just looking for an open cafe that I could relax in and walked in,” Nevills said. “Just the vibe of the connection I have working with people with disabilities, I really fell in love with the place.”

Although the mission and values ​​are the focus of Love Coffee, the shop also satisfies its customers with their products.

“The coffee is great! The coffee is great, and honestly the food is where you want to be too. The best thing is the cinnamon rolls, so if you have a sweet tooth and just want to knock it out for breakfast, you have to buy one of those,” Nevills said.

If you would like to donate to the store, you can do so at their website.

Lateral flow tests at Tesco will cost less than a coffee to go

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Tesco customers will be offered a cheaper alternative to a lateral flow test that will cost less than a takeaway cup of coffee.

As of yesterday, April 1, sidestreams are no longer free from retailers and pharmacies, but healthcare company Everything Genetic is helping provide the tests to Tesco.

According to the company’s managing director, James Price, the partnership with Tesco would hopefully help regulate LFT costs and help consumers who are worried about spending during the cost of living crisis. The healthcare company aims to keep test prices “less than a ‘to-go coffee’ to provide ‘reliable, accurate and affordable’ testing.”

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He added: “As the kits will now be positioned at convenient Tesco outlets across the country, they will be readily available at any time for anyone wishing to get tested.”

It comes as Boots was forced to change the price of its lateral flow tests as others undermined the pharmacy. Superdrug has announced that it will be selling a single lateral flow test for £1.99, as well as a five-pack of tests for £9.79.

Superdrug’s prices are much lower than its rival Boots, which previously charged £5.99 for a test or four-pack for £17. The price war comes as people struggle to order lateral flow tests online amid a rush for free kits while they are still available.

Coffee lovers and tea enthusiasts wanted for scientific study in Cork

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Guatemalan chef Debora Fadul will join Irish-born potato farmer Maria Flynn of Ballymakenny Farm for a very special online demonstration, Wild And Traditional Food Recovery (April 6) in conjunction with the Irish aid NGO Trócaire.

Geopolitical events allied to the impact of climate change mean that the whole area of ​​food security, sovereignty and resilience has gone from obscure subject to mainstream debate in just a few years.

The Menu is delighted to learn of this initiative by Trócaire to celebrate how diversity provides food security and how the use of wild and traditional foods can have a beneficial nutritional impact while making a positive fiscal contribution.

The demonstration will feature dishes prepared with traditional and wild foods from Ireland and developing countries to improve nutrition, food security and farmers’ incomes, while demonstrating how the use of traditional foods can protect biodiversity and combat climate change.

Maria will share the story of herself and her husband David making their farm more economically viable and sustainable by switching to heirloom crops, while Debora Fadul will demonstrate a Guatemalan corn dish and demonstrate the importance of repopularizing traditional foods in today’s processed world.

Farmers and field agents working with Trócaire who run food fairs and seed banks in Guatemala and Zimbabwe will also describe their wild and traditional food recovery activities.

The event is free, register online here.

Food on the edge

The menu will cover this year’s Food on the Edge Symposium (October 17/18) in more detail as it nears its return to the Airfield Estate in Dublin, after the pandemic has diluted all of these events over the past two years. . Early Bird tickets are now on sale at €250 for two days, including lunch on both days

And, as a taste of things to come, confirmed chef speakers include Rasmus Monk, of Copenhagen’s Alchemist restaurant, Paolo Casagrande, of Barcelona’s 3-star Michelin Lasarte, Calum Franklin, “the pie king” of The Pie Room in London’s Holborn Dining Room, Søren Ørbek Ledet, co-owner and sommelier of 3-star Michelin Geranium, Denmark, Simon Rogan, of 3-star L’Enclume, and Matt Orlando, of Amass, Copenhagen . Also in attendance will be a host of other authors, chefs and activists, including food educator Alice Zaslavsky, Kai Galway’s Jess Murphy, social gastronomy disruptor Joshna Maharaj and food and cities thought leader, Carolyn Steel.

Early Bird ticket closing date for 2-day tickets is June 30, foodontheedge.ie

Tea and coffee drinkers wanted for scientific study

APC Microbiome Ireland, the world’s leading SFI research center headquartered at UCC, is seeking participants for a study of how coffee consumption affects the brain and gut microbiota of healthy adults aged 30-50 years. They’ll be looking for bodies like The Menu, for whom the daily cup of coffee is as essential as H2O, just as they’ll be looking for non-coffee drinkers.

Specifically, they require moderate coffee drinkers (three to five cups a day), living near Cork City, to make four in-person visits to the lab over six weeks, while non-coffee drinkers will only have only to do two, the first of which can be done online. Moderate coffee consumption can have a positive impact on human health and the study hopes to learn more about the effect of coffee consumption on gut microbiota, stress and cognition.

Coffee Drinkers & Non-coffee Drinkers – We are Looking for Healthy Volunteers

Lamb for Easter Sunday dinner

Anyone looking for top quality lamb for a traditional Easter Sunday dinner (and a bit more to put in the freezer) would do well to jump on a very special offer from Calvey’s of Achill.

To celebrate their recent Irish Food Writers Guild Food Award, they’re offering a side of their very good Salt Marsh Lamb, reviewed earlier in this column, for just €120 delivered to your doorstep anywhere in the country.

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TODAY’S SPECIAL

The Menu continues its quest for immortality, or at least a good chance to see the next decade, with the latest addition to its daily diet.

Biasol Super Milled grains come in the form of a fine powder derived from spent grains left over from the beer brewing process, which accounts for 85% of all brewing waste. Highly commendable, Biasol’s founders, siblings Niamh and Ruairi Dooley instead turned this waste from Irish craft brewers into a highly nutritious superfood with multiple applications, becoming Ireland’s first official member of the Upcycled Food Association. , a non-profit working to prevent food waste and to derive the maximum nutritional benefits and uses from all foods.

Cereals are extremely high in fiber and protein, contain beta-glucans which can help lower cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar and insulin levels, and are packed with amino acids and minerals, including iron, zinc, calcium and abundant B vitamins.

The menu has forced it upon itself and offspring in all sorts of edible Trojans: smoothies, overnight oats, and porridge, for breakfast; and soups, stews, broths and sauces, for lunch and dinner. It is especially good in the “mid-range” of the savory dishes flavor profile and adds depth of flavor to any homemade savory offering.

BiaSol also offers a line of pre-mixed dry products including Scone Mix, Brown Bread Mix and Cookie Mix.

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Self-service coffee machine market size and forecast

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Coffee with: Jen Loren | City office

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It’s the last day of February and it smells like spring. Jen Loren (Cherokee) is all smiles as she walks into She Brews Coffee House, 1 N. Lewis Ave., for a vanilla latte break. The next day, the Cherokee Nation Film Office, headed by Loren, will launch a million dollar movie incentive program. This is another great news in the growing local film industry.

CNFO launched in 2019 and succeeded… We have a lot of projects going on. We’re three years in now, and two of them during COVID are pretty wild. We’ve still accomplished a ton in the three years we’ve been here. I’m super proud of what we’ve done, and I’m really excited about what we’re going to do. I feel like we’re only seeing the beginning of what we’re going to end up doing.

They get a lot of requests for film funding, so the new incentive program… basically means that we will give you a cash rebate if you come to film your project in the Cherokee Nation. It allows those storytellers to tell their stories, and it also helps us grow the film industry here in the Cherokee Nation and create those jobs for Native Americans and others here.

The more a filmmaker does locally, the more money he receives… We encourage people not only to film in the Cherokee Nation, but also to hire natives. At the base level, you can get 10% cashback just for filming in the Cherokee Nation. Spend your money on a native owned business, you will benefit. If you hire any native from anywhere in the country, you will get a slight raise for that. But if it’s an Oklahoma resident who’s Native, you get another raise. So that goes all the way up to a 25% cash back.

There is a lot of interest in filming in the region this year… We have been on the phone and exchanged e-mails with several projects. I would say 90% of them are aboriginal-focused projects, which is really exciting. This is exactly what we want to see. But, we also recruit other projects that have no connection with the natives, other than that they want to film in the Cherokee nation.

Loren’s latest career move makes sense considering it’s been his life’s work since a young age… I’ve been a storyteller my whole life since I picked up my dad’s VHS camcorder when I was in second grade and made my own newscast and short films with my siblings. I went to Booker T. Washington, where I was in the television production program. There, my teacher pushed me into TV news, so I got a degree in journalism and told stories that way. I always continued to explore how to tell stories.

Loren left TV news in 2014 to co-create the award-winning series “Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People” (now in its seventh season)… We’ve proven that we can create really high-quality native content for a wide audience, and people are going to love it. It proved to me that there is an appetite for it. There are stories to tell, and it’s really great for our tribe. Then it’s like, let’s blow this up on a bigger scale. That’s basically what the film office does: create jobs, tell Cherokee stories, develop a pipeline for young native people to work in a very nice and good industry.

Redlands’ Slow Bloom Cafe Rises Organically From Laid-Off Augie Staff – San Bernardino Sun

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At one point late Wednesday morning, nearly 30 customers were at Slow-blooming coffee, queuing to order, waiting for their drink or sitting inside or on the terrace. Five crew members step in to manage the thrust until, like a cresting wave, it gently subsides.

It feels like a triumph, one that lasted nearly two years.

Slow Bloom was born from the ashes – or is it coffee grounds? — from Augie’s Coffee, the Redlands-based chain that fired all of its staff as it sought to unionizeafter that permanently closed after National Labor Relations Board sided with workers.

Fifteen baristas formed Slow Bloom, a worker-owned cooperative. Now they have their own store, at 420 W. Colton Ave. in Redlands.

Its grand opening is Saturday, with food vendors and a vintage clothing retailer in the parking lot, a latte art contest between local baristas and a disc jockey.

As clerk Jina Edwards briefs me at a table in the bustling shop, I ask her, Bob Dylan-style: What does it feel like?

“It’s surreal and epic and gigantically amazing!” Edwards exclaims, throwing his hands in the air.

I can not believe.

  • Customer Karem Pedersen, right, talks to Slow Bloom Coffee co-owner Jina Edwards, center, as employee Melodye Anderson, right, prepares a drink inside the newly opened business at Redlands on Wednesday 30 March 2022. Many of those working at the new cafe were former employees of the notorious and closed Augie’s Coffee in Redlands. The worker-owned collective shop will have its grand opening on Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Customers enjoy their drinks outside the newly opened Slow Bloom cafe in Redlands on Wednesday March 30, 2022. Many of those working in the new cafe were former employees of the notorious and closed Augie’s Coffee in Redlands. The worker-owned collective shop will have its grand opening on Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Slow Bloom Coffee co-owner Jina Edwards prepares coffee for a customer inside the newly opened business in Redlands on Wednesday March 30, 2022. Many of those working in the new cafe were former employees of the famous and since closed Augie’s Coffee in Terres Rouges. The worker-owned collective shop will have its grand opening on Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Former Augie’s Coffee employee Melodye Anderson serves a pair of cappuccinos to customers at the newly opened Slow Bloom cafe in Redlands on Wednesday March 30, 2022. Many of those working at the new cafe were former employees of the well-known and since closed Augie’s Coffee in Redlands. The worker-owned collective shop will have its grand opening on Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

  • Jina Edwards, co-owner of the newly opened Slow Bloom cafe in Redlands, stands behind the counter at the bustling business on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. Many of those working in the new cafe were former employees of the well-known and since closed Augie’s Coffee in Redlands. The worker-owned collective shop will have its grand opening on Saturday. (Photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

I’ve been following the Augie’s/Slow Bloom saga vicariously since news of the mass layoff broke in July 2020, weeks into the pandemic. It was a story I wanted to tell whenever it made sense. And that’s all.

Calling themselves Augie’s Union at first, employees roasted coffee at a like-minded Burbank store, Reverse Orangutan, and sold beanbags at events hosted by The Artlands, a Redlands arts center on the council of which Edwards sits.

These sales raised funds for former Augie employees who were not yet unemployed and provided seed money for the future store. A Kickstarter campaign raised $36,000. That and a loan allowed them to rent a building — a former glass shop with a mid-century modern look — and buy equipment.

The workers hired a contractor, but did some of the work themselves to cut costs, including tearing down the interior and installing drywall after watching tutorials on YouTube.

In a private cafe district on the sleepy north side of Redlands, the store opened late last year for weekend pop-ups, but officially opened March 7 with regular hours: 6 a.m. at 8 p.m., seven days a week.

Things went well – most of the time. Before the end of the first week, someone threw a rock through the front window and stole the cash register.

“We just opened and have already had a burglary,” Edwards laments. Customers, chagrined, gave the staff lemons and oranges as moral support. The boarded-up window was replaced four days later and everything continued as before.

“We have the rock. We saved him,” Edwards said, smiling. “We named him Dwayne. Like Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

How does Slow Bloom work as a collective? The remaining 15 workers are automatically members; any increase in staff will require membership. The 15 hold regular meetings and make decisions as a group. If things go well, a three-member council — Kelley Bader, Evan Costello and Edwards — will have the final say.

Everyone makes $15 an hour and all tips are pooled and shared. This eliminates competition for busier shifts.

“We want everything to be equal,” says Edwards. Finally, worker’s heaven is here, and it’s in Redlands.

Slow Bloom has been an inspiration to baristas and food service staff across the country. The New York Times featured them, and staff conducted podcast interviews, spoke at union conferences, and answered questions on Instagram.

Will it work permanently? The restoration is known for its high turnover. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Local 1011 helped staff organize and provided crucial support in creating an independent cooperative coffee shop model, but it’s territory which has not been proven.

However, few things are permanent in life. Example: Augie’s, which seemed solid with six locations by its 2019 10th anniversary, then collapsed. It’s the bean.

Edwards, at 42, the oldest crew member, is excited to be serving customers again and having a say.

“Just walk into a space knowing you’re appreciated,” Edwards says. “You can talk about what’s going on and know you’re being heard rather than thinking someone’s waiting for you to make a misstep.”

The collective wants the shop to be welcoming. Vegetarian and vegan dishes are served. There is no surcharge for alternative milks which in many stores cost $1 more. A regular drip coffee is $2, at working-class neighborhood prices.

Customer Karem Pedersen was a regular at Augie and is now also a regular at Slow Bloom, feeling a continuity because of all the familiar faces.

“They work hard,” says the 43-year-old graphic designer, sipping green tea. “It was not given to them.”

Costello, a board member who is behind the Wednesday cafe, also serves as Slow Bloom’s accountant.

“I had a math degree from Cal State San Bernardino,” Costello, 26, tells me. He’s not shy about saying that a CPA does his taxes, but he finds out about the sourcing and pricing of goods and makes sure there’s a profit — and there is.

“We all have our special talents to contribute. We are the hands and feet of this place,” Costello says. “Being able to build a business with people I love was what I wanted to do.”

I sit on the side patio with an iced latte and read my newspaper in the warm sunshine. With residences backing onto the boutique, it’s quiet here. Peaceful. In a neighboring courtyard, a rooster is crowing.

Hello from Slow Bloom.

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Talk to your customers about prices

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A simple take on prices is that they are a barrier to purchasing a desired product or service. Companies therefore see a legitimate need to reduce “friction” in the transaction, which they accomplish by tapping into a seemingly bottomless bag of tricks, ranging from the subtle to the blatant.

Some companies, for example, change price endings to skew perceptions or to signal a good deal, based on research showing that, for example, $9.99 is perceived as a whole dollar cheaper than $10. , rather than just a cent cheaper. Others accompany their prices with complex or dubious indices that evoke a favorable point of reference. A third option is to break down an expense into a set of component fees in the hope that shoppers underestimate the total or have trouble comparing competing offers. Ticketmaster, Overstock and Intuit have all been criticized for potentially misrepresenting the price they charge for their products and services. The current inflationary environment has only prolonged the practice.

The challenge for goal-oriented organizations and their leaders is therefore clear: is it possible for a company to be transparent and truthful even at the delicate moment when it asks customers to put their hands in their pockets? After all, even companies that are fundamentally ethical and genuinely care about their customers face competitive pressure or the commercial temptation to make prices appear smaller or less relevant than they actually are.

In our experience helping organizations improve the way they present their prices, a useful starting point is to view customer relationships as an iterative dialogue in which the company provides information – including the price – to achieve a desired goal.

It sounds intuitive, but our own research shows a troubling disconnect between buyers and sellers about how they perceive price in their relationship. When we asked over 300 consumers to list tools or activities they think are commonly used in business to communicate about a brand or product, price was mentioned in 24% of cases. In fact, in half of those cases, pricing was ranked as the most effective tool or activity. When we posed the same question to a group of executives from different industries, however, traditional and digital advertising clearly came out on top (over 60% of the time), and price wasn’t even mentioned.

Once a company accepts that price is an integral part of its dialogue with customers, the next step is to find the best way to present it. Here we turn to the field of linguistics. In linguistics, meaningful dialogue is characterized by the assumption that participants attempt to follow – and expect others to follow – four basic rules:

  1. The rule of quality: Participants in a conversation only say what they believe to be true and correct.
  2. The way rule: They avoid expressions that are too vague, complex or simplistic.
  3. The relevance rule: They only provide topic-related information.
  4. The quantity rule: They provide the right amount of information – no more and no less than necessary.

Language standards have already been applied to a variety of communication contexts, including advertising, product descriptions or reviews, and business announcements. These four rules reflect what we would call “conversational cooperation,” which can guide businesses on how to be open about pricing without necessarily causing sticker shock. Here are three initial recommendations that flow directly from the four rules, along with illustrative examples that help clarify how each recommendation can be applied.

Make the price reflect your values

Our first suggestion is to position the price as a component of the responsible and ethical intentions of the company. A fine example is Southwest Airlines, which throughout its history has carefully nurtured a reputation for unrivaled customer focus, embeds fair pricing in the very name of its approach to service: on its website, the American airline describes “Transfarency” as “a philosophy where customers are treated honestly and fairly, and low fares actually stay low – no unexpected baggage fees, change fees or hidden charges. A second example is John Lewis, the famous UK department store chain, which since 1925 has used the claim “never knowingly undersold” rather than the much drier “everyday low prices” to emphasize its commitment to customer service. he use of simple and transparent price communication strikes at the very heart of IKEA’s “democratic design” principle and Hyundai’s dedication to “customer assurance”.

Linguistically, this suggestion enforces the rule of relevance: you’re communicating about company ethics, linking the price to that message, and expecting customers to link the two as well. The danger, of course, is that the move comes across as opportunistic, rather than a genuine demonstration that the company is willing to align its own interests with those of customers. That was certainly the perception of viewers when StubHub, which was often criticized for AGERANT customers by separating ancillary fees and charges from ticket prices, suddenly (and unsuccessfully) switched to “all-inclusive” pricing. So it’s essential to be authentic about how your price supports your core values.

Explain the price

Customers often wonder why a price is fixed at a certain time or why it has recently changed. Popular fitness start-up ClassPass was recently criticized for ‘squeezing studios to death’ using dynamic pricing technology that made pricing opaque and unclear because it was unclear when and why prices fluctuated. This created unease and caused many customers to leave the platform.

Our second suggestion is therefore to apply the rule in an increasingly clear way. “Demystifying” how prices are set or changed can help build trust with customers. Specifically, companies may strive to explain their rationale or disclose the price components of a product or service. For example, furniture company Neptune provides extensive detail on its underlying pricing logic, while software developer Buffer allocates the cost of its monthly subscription to cost elements (salaries, rent, intermediary fees, etc.). .) and to profit. Tesla curiously decided to explain to Chinese consumers why its Model S would cost significantly less than its competitors when it launched in this market. Daniel O’Day, the CEO of Gilead Sciences, has released an open letter with an explanation of pricing targets for the Covid-19 drug Remdesivir. Finally, a recent trend in online retail is to add an explanation of company finances to the company’s website, such as ZocDoc’s “how we make our money” page.

Violating a rule, but doing so blatantly

Any of the four rules can be broken, if done lucidly. In fact, people break them all the time, and for good reason: blatant violations encourage thinking beyond direct literal meanings, evoking the imagination and adding creative aspects that enhance the value of a conversation.

We suggest that a company can use a communication that intentionally and clearly violates one or more rules to claim its prize. For example, in Saudi Arabia, IKEA replaced printed monetary values ​​on price tags and advertisements with images of relatively inexpensive coffee cups, pizzas, bananas and other everyday items to entice customers to wonder how affordable his furniture really is. Literally no one can trade coffee cups or pizza for furniture at IKEA, but customers infer that furniture is as affordable as these common goods. In this way, IKEA clearly violates the relevance rule, as it presents seemingly irrelevant information in the ad. But it’s actually a more cooperative way of indicating the company’s pricing affordability.

Another example is Stella Artois’ award-winning “one reassuring price” slogan and campaigns. This AB InBev brand of beer tried to signal superior quality by highlighting its comparatively higher price. In one instance, an ad featured a coupon that, if used, ostensibly increase the price of the product rather than lowering it. In doing so, the company clearly violated the rule in a manner as it presented a confusing and illogical “agreement”. In turn, customers had to conclude that the company was highlighting the superior taste of the beer, not the price itself.

Finally, Japanese ice cream brand Akagi recently apologized for a 12-cent price hike on some of its products after 25 years of no change. This public and exaggerated apology for a fractional dollar increase could literally be seen as a violation of the quantity rule. But the company used this blatant violation of conversation rules as a way to build its reputation.

Pricing decisions in organizations rarely receive input from those who design and implement customer interactions (through advertising, websites, etc.). Indeed, a recent survey of CMOs revealed that the marketing function controls the brand in 90% of cases and has a say in advertising and positioning decisions, but drives pricing in only 21% of cases. case. Integrating pricing with pricing communication requires organizations to treat the two as interdependent outcomes of the same decision-making process. The decision of whether a price is “optimal” is not purely mathematical, but also a function of how communicating that price will affect customers’ perception of the company’s intentions.

Self-Service Coffee Machine Market Size, Growth Drivers, and Forecast

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Schaerer, De’Longhi, Caffia, Franke, WMF, Jura, Lavazza

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ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
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The Self-service Coffee Machine report provides information on the market area, which is sub-divided into sub-regions and countries/regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region over the estimated period.

• North America (USA and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
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Instant Coffee Premixes Market Overview, Industry Outlook, Trends and Growing Demands 2022-2028 The Republic of Tea, Suntory Beverage Food, Ajinomoto General Foods

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Instant Coffee Premix Company Analysis, Key Tactics Major Key Players Follow:

  • The Republic of Tea
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Unleashing synergies: Tata Consumer Products merges Tata Coffee with itself

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To emerge as a formidable FMCG player and bring synergy of operations and benefits of scale as well as unified legal and regulatory compliances, Tata Consumer Products (TCPL) on Tuesday announced the merger of all Tata Coffee (TCL) businesses. with herself.

In a regulatory filing, the company said that while TCL’s plantation business will be spun off into TCPL Beverages & Foods (TBFL), TCPL’s wholly-owned arm, TCL’s remaining business, consisting of its extraction and branded coffee, will be merged. with TCPL.

The spin-off would occur as the first step and the merger as the immediate second step, both being offered as part of a composite scheme of arrangement, according to the filing.

Under this plan, TCL shareholders (other than TCPL) will receive a total of 3 shares of TCPL for every 10 shares they hold in TCL.

This will be done by issuing one equity share of TCPL for every 22 equity shares of TCL in consideration for the spin-off.

For the merger, 14 equity shares of TCPL will be issued for every 55 equity shares of TCL, he added.

“This will allow for the consolidation and 100% ownership of TCL’s branding, mining and planting businesses into TCPL and its wholly owned subsidiary,” he said.

The boards of directors of TCPL and TCL, at their respective meetings held on Tuesday, approved the combination of TCL’s plantation business with TBFL, according to the release.

TCPL further stated that it plans to acquire a minority stake in its UK subsidiary – Tata Consumer Products UK – through a share swap, through a preferential issue of its shares.

“The transactions will allow TCPL to own 100% of the businesses of TCL and TCP UK, which will be a catalyst for effective reorganization initiatives of its international businesses,” the statement said.

As of December 2021, TCPL holds a 57.48% interest in TCL.

Commenting on the development, TCPL MD & CEO Sunil D’Souza said, “The restructuring initiative is in line with Tata Consumer Products’ strategic priorities – to unlock synergies and create a future-ready organization.” He added, “This exercise will allow us to better leverage our supply chain, create customer-focused verticals, and accelerate decision-making and execution.”

It will be a springboard for further simplification initiatives to achieve recurring operational, administrative and financial synergies, he said, adding, “We are confident that this will create significant value for all of our stakeholders.”

Chacko Thomas, Managing Director and CEO of Tata Coffee, said: “This reorganization exercise will allow Tata Coffee to better leverage the strong coffee expertise we have and allow us to integrate more closely into the business. of TCPL brand coffee, to propel it further. He added, “Combining our extraction business with TCPL’s tea extraction business will help us strengthen our product offerings and unlock market potential by expanding portfolio and geographic reach.

TCPL has a reach of over 200 million homes and has an annual revenue of `11,600 crore with operations in India and international markets.

Culture Coffee brings art and community together | Characteristics

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Last week, Culture Coffee embraced the art of culture by hosting an art market on March 25. Less than a mile from the UTC campus, Culture Coffee is a quaint and cozy family-run cafe serving greater Chattanooga with a mission to bring culture to every cup. The warm environment surrounded by the sweet smell of rich coffee creates a soothing environment for studying or for any event.

The vendors market hosted many tables selling jewelry, handpicked clothing, tote bags, original paintings, and more. The tables were overflowing with aesthetically pleasing and cultured works of art that bustled with business throughout the day.

Overall, Culture Coffee’s goal was to bring local artists to the city; many of them being our own UTC students.

Maggie of “Yo Mama’s Jewelry” provided an alluring array of handmade jewelry. With a range of warm colors and beautiful tones, her table attracted a lot of attention.

Maggie said her business started during her quarantine when she discovered a love for making jewelry for her friends. However, this small hobby quickly grew into a thriving business as she continued to work on her handcrafted pieces. Her inspiration comes from her Christian faith as she connects her jewelry to deeper meanings within her religion.

“Most of my jewelry is inspired in some way by a deeper meaning that we were all individually created with care,” Maggie said.

“Out of Stock Co” by UTC sophomore Anna Huss was also featured with a stunning table of clothing items and original artwork. Her small business started with a love for painting and quickly grew into custom clothing and “art anything,” according to Huss. She is an art major, which sparked her inspiration to create Out of Stock Co.

Huss was an advocate for promoting the arts across campus, so much so that she established an art market on Chamberlain’s grounds.

“I created the UTC Art Market because I wanted people to meet and greet each other,” Huss said.

At the same time as the art market, she participated in many dealers, including the “Garage Around Back” event. His style is unique and brings a new and intriguing angle to custom clothing, and an absolutely stunning approach to the world of original paintings and art.

Assortment tables and vendors perfectly enticed the Chattanooga community with their vivid art assortments. Each artist not only offered impressive art, but above all an inspiring and impeccable story.

So let this event inspire you that no matter if you are a student, a teacher or an ordinary citizen, you can make a change and inspire others by sharing what you love to do. It’s never too early or too late.

Raw sugar prices dip, Arabica coffee falls sharply – Markets

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LONDON: Raw sugar futures fell on Monday, led by losses in crude oil and commodity markets linked to a coronavirus lockdown in Shanghai.

Lower energy prices may incentivize Brazilian factories to increase sugar production, as it reduces their incentive to use sugarcane to produce ethanol as biofuel.

SUGAR

May raw sugar fell 0.5% to 19.52 cents a pound at 2:30 p.m. GMT.

Dealers said an improving production outlook in India ensured the market had ample supplies this season, with a potential cap on exports unlikely to have a significant impact.

India plans to restrict sugar exports for the first time in six years to prevent a spike in domestic prices and could cap this season’s exports at 8 million tonnes, government and industry sources told Reuters.

“The proposed export quota is above government expectations of around 7.5 million tonnes of sugar exports for the current year and therefore may not provide significant support to sugar prices in the immediate future. “, ING said in a note.

May white sugar fell 1.4% to $555 a tonne.

COFFEE

May arabica coffee fell 4% to $2.1305 a pound.

Dealers said the market was on the defensive, with funds trimming their long positions in Arabica coffee.

Speculators reduced their net long position in Arabica coffee futures on ICE US in the week to March 22, data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) showed on Friday.

May robusta coffee fell 1% to $2,126 a tonne.

COCOA

May cocoa in London rose 1.7% to 1,753 pounds a tonne. Dealers noted that the market continued to benefit from the tight global supply, partly due to a drop in production from the second largest producer, Ghana.

Port arrivals in Côte d’Ivoire, the leading producer, however, continue to exceed last season’s rate.

New York Cocoa in May rose 1.1% to $2,590 a tonne.

Top 5 coffee trends of 2022 | Remark

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Quality and convenience are driving major coffee trends in 2022. The coffee market needs to provide options that taste great, are easy to prepare, and are healthy for customers’ bodies and the planet.

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After a year of silence, shopkeeper bells rang again as customers returned through the cafe doors. They came slowly at first, then in droves, but they arrived with different tastes and expectations than before. Enduring an ongoing pandemic has heightened public health awareness.

Customers are cutting out coffee drinks loaded with artificial colors, sugar and cow’s milk in favor of simple, ethical coffee and tea drinks fortified with plant-based ingredients.

When people choose to visit a cafe in 2022, they will make up for lost time by staying longer and ordering more. However, quarantines have cemented the importance of offsite business models.

Many of today’s coffee and tea consumers drink their beverages at home or on the go, so businesses need to diversify their e-commerce and on-the-go options. From beverage trends to evolving café culture, find out what’s in store for the coffee and tea market in 2022.

Quality and convenience are driving major coffee trends in 2022. The average American drinks two cups of coffee a day. They make at least one of these two cups at home, and many want quick options they can grab on the go for cup #2. People aren’t willing to sacrifice long-lasting supply and flavor, though. The coffee market needs to offer options that taste great, are easy to prepare, and are healthy for customers’ bodies and the planet.

Here are the top five coffee trends of 2022:

1. Instant coffee

Once upon a time, coffee pods were the answer to quick and convenient homemade coffee. However, when dalgona coffee recipes overtook popular social media app TikTok during coronavirus quarantines, the focus shifted to instant coffee. Fast forward to 2022, and people are using various forms of instant coffee as eco-friendly coffee pod substitutes.

Consumers looking for instant coffee have different interests and needs than pourover enthusiasts. Before switching to remote work, this crowd grabbed a coffee at a drive-thru or used the Keurig in their break room.

They want speed, savings and convenience, but they don’t want to sacrifice flavor. Premium instant coffee in the form of liquid coffee concentrates, ready-to-drink coffee cans and coffee powders will be the hottest coffee trends of 2022.

2. Locally roasted coffee

People are looking for a premium experience when visiting a coffee shop, and that starts with freshly roasted beans. Raw coffee beans have a green tint and a grassy taste. Roasting coffee involves heating and browning coffee beans to bring out their aroma and flavor. Once roasted, coffee beans lose their freshness.

The sooner you grind and brew your roasted coffee beans, the better. While working with a local roaster is a great option, the freshest cup of coffee is the one you roast yourself. You can tap into the homebrew market by selling your roasted beans both through your business and on your website.

3. Flavored coffee beans

Flavored coffee beans are on the rise in 2022. Faced with the health crisis that we have been experiencing for the past two years, people want to preserve their well-being by improving their diet. However, changing eating habits can frustrate coffee drink lovers. How can they enjoy the beloved flavor of a pumpkin spice latte without the sugar and artificial colors? Enter flavored coffee beans.

Roasters add flavoring oils to their coffee beans to mimic nuts, spices, and fruits without the sugar. In the past, companies used flavorings to mask inferior grains and only offered unimaginative staples like French vanilla. Today, artisan roasters use premium beans to create whimsical flavors such as food banana, pistachio ice cream and bourbon pecan.

4. Single-origin coffee

Single-origin coffee, also known as single-source coffee, is harvested from a single crop, country, or region and carries the unique flavor notes of its origins. Today’s coffee consumer cares about ethical sourcing, unique taste experiences, coffee tourism and sustainability. Tracing beans back to their producer allows you to confirm that they are fair trade, sustainable and organic.

Single-origin coffee beans cost more than blend coffees, but their retail value is much higher. Coffee drinkers will pay 200% more for roasts with a clear country of origin. The more information you can provide about your single-origin selections, the better. Customers want to engage with the region and culture that made their drink, and they appreciate seeing their purchase support a small farm.

5. Instant coffee

As the name suggests, snapchilling turns coffee from hot to icy cold in minutes. Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumnus David Dussault developed Snapchill technology for his cold beverage company, Elemental Beverage Co. Think of Elemental instant coolers as tabletop instant coolers for liquids.

Operators set the snapchill machine to the cold temperature that works best for their roast, add water, and it will brew and cool the coffee to the prescribed temperature in 60 seconds per 12 ounces.
The advent of Snapchill technology presents a welcome alternative to iced coffee and cold brew.

Pouring coffee over ice dilutes its flavor and chilling coffee in the refrigerator oxidizes the beans. While cold brew coffee avoids these weaknesses, cold water poorly extracts the full flavor of the coffee beans and takes a long time to brew.

Preparing coffee with hot water and cooling it immediately preserves its flavor and saves time. You can serve glasses of fresh coffee to customers in their break rooms, or you can bottle fresh coffee and sell it in the booming RTD market.

Bulaceña establishes the first stevia farm in the Philippines – Manila Bulletin

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Stevia is a natural sweetener derived from the stevia plant (Stevia rebaudiana). Native to Brazil and Paraguay, stevia has been used to sweeten foods and beverages since the 16th century. It is currently gaining popularity as a sugar substitute due to its low calorie and low carbohydrate content.

In the Philippines, stevia is often considered a specialty health food, accessible only to people with disposable income. But one farm aims to make stevia mainstream by making it affordable and developing household staples that incorporate this diabetic-friendly sweetener.

Glorious Industrial and Development Corporation (GIDC), the company that manages the Karilagan Stevia farm in Bulacan, was established in 2004, two years after the farm started.

Maura David de Leon, President and CEO of GIDC, decided to start a stevia farm after her older sister suffered a stroke. Already a businesswoman, de Leon wondered if she could start a business selling health products. A doctor friend introduced him to stevia. As de Leon came from a family of rice farmers, the idea of ​​starting a farm interested him.

De Leon is no stranger to trade. She started an embroidery business at the age of 28, taking advantage of Bulacan’s popularity as an embroidery center. The company closed 15 years later, unable to compete with cheap Chinese imports, although they were sometimes of questionable quality. She then ventured into the chemical business, eventually producing home and bath products for a private label of a national grocery chain.

Maura David de Leon, President and CEO of GIDC, decided to start a stevia farm after her older sister suffered a stroke. A doctor friend introduced him to stevia. As de Leon came from a family of rice farmers, the idea of ​​starting a farm interested him.

Cultivated in Bulacan

Karilagan Stevia Farm is approximately five hectares spread over five farms, three in Pandi and two in Bocaue, Bulacan, not including one property in Nueva Ecija ready for planting.

When they started their model farm in Bocaue, they tried to plant stevia from different local and foreign farms, but ultimately settled on a variety from Paraguay, which they acclimatized and then had certified by the Bureau of Plant Industry. “It’s like caring for a child,” says de Leon in Tagalog, “if the child is hungry, he cries. If stevia plants are hungry, they wilt. If they get too much water, they wilt. If they get too much sun, they wilt. We had to keep experimenting [on how to care for it].”

It took four years of constant experimentation. De Leon almost gave up, until a conversation with his father renewed his resolve to continue. When she told him she was giving up, her father showed her a painting she had given him of a farmer and his carabao in the field. He said, “Look, the carabao is bigger than the farmer.” De Leon says that statement made her not give up on her goal of running a stevia farm that employs local farmers.

Karilagan Stevia Farm uses natural farming practices. De Leon says they had plans for organic certification, but those were put on hold due to the pandemic. They produce their own fertilizer from agricultural waste, supplemented with cow dung, vermicompost and other organic materials they buy from trusted farms in Pangasinan.

A conversation with his father inspired de Leon to pursue his dream of running a successful stevia farm.

Research and development

GIDC has about 200 employees, including farm families who have about 30 working people, in its agricultural and manufacturing businesses. GIDC manufactures its own products and offers custom manufacturing services for companies that use stevia in their products.

“[Research and development] was the most expensive,” de Leon reveals. But it paid off. GIDC offers a line of products including individually packaged stevia sweeteners (distributed under Sweet n’ Fit ​​stevia beans) and stevia-sweetened instant iced tea, coffee and hot chocolate. “Imagine, a family drinks a liter [of iced tea] and the usual gram of sugar is 50g per litre, but with stevia it’s just four or five grams,” she says. Apart from the products mentioned earlier, the brand also offers malunggay coffee, brown rice coffee, and stevia tea.

Stevia powder can also be a flavor enhancer, which is why GIDC has also developed sweet baked goods with stevia and is currently trying to incorporate it into savory dishes.

Products are made on site in a factory next to the model farm, which was set up with the help of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). They are particularly proud of their spray dryer, which turns liquid stevia extract into powder. “It took us eight years to get a CPR (Food and Drug Administration Certificate of Product Registration) from the FDA,” says de Leon. Their perseverance paid off. Sweet n’ Fit ​​Stevia is the first FDA-approved local brand of stevia.

Getting customers to try what was then a new product was another challenge. De Leon says the real reason GIDC sells so many products is because no one knew what stevia was and therefore was hesitant to use it, so she decided to make her own products, using mostly local ingredients, to prove them wrong. This is how the Glorious Blends brand was born. De Leon is particularly proud of its 3-in-1 coffee, which contains 14 or 21 grams of coffee and is sugar-free.

They had better luck with institutions, the Philippine Heart Center and the Manila Hotel being two of their first clients. “A dietician at the Hearth Center knew what stevia was and vouched for us, so all the other hospitals were calling him to check,” de Leon says. “And once [potential clients] heard we were at the manila hotel, [it was easier for them to say yes].”

Brands currently sourcing stevia from GDICS include Duche Chocolate, Lily’s Peanut Butter and Better Than Ice Cream.

De Leon admits that part of the reason developing the farm and products was difficult was that she treated it like a hobby rather than a business.

Business and Advocacy

The businesswoman adds that none of her plans for the stevia farm would have been possible without the support of her husband and children. She admits that developing the farm and products has been difficult in part because she has treated it as a hobby rather than a business. That changed when her children stepped in to help manage her. Each of his five children play a role in running the business alongside their own personal efforts. Now the business has become profitable. “I just have to follow what [my children] say,” she jokes.

The model farm now also has a Filipino-themed event pavilion, complete with a bahay na bato, the traditional colonial stone house, which can be rented for celebrations.

A portion of the proceeds from the farm goes to a fund used to support academics, many of whom have graduated as professionals, as well as to help marginalized people and communities and disaster-affected areas.

De Leon hopes to make Glorious Blend a local mainstream brand and export it as well. She also hopes more local brands will consider using stevia as a natural sweetener.

From the very beginning, starting the farm has always been about helping people and to this day, that is still what de Leon enjoys most about his job. “[I love that I am able to] touch lives,” she says. “When [the people we’ve helped] ask how they can refund us, I tell them to just pass it on.

Photos courtesy of GIDC

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Bioactive Components in Coffee Market Future Expected to Witness Significant Growth with High CAGR Value 2022

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At this 74-year-old LA restaurant, ham and eggs are the staples

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I’m sitting at Nick’s Cafe, a restaurant that’s operated on the corner of North Spring Street and West Elmyra Street in Chinatown since 1948. It’s a quiet, open intersection across from Los Angeles State Historic Park, and it shares the block with a restaurant supply store. Most of the customers are seated outside under red and white tents in front of the building, but I’m perched inside, in the hollow of the counter near the restaurant’s open red door, to get a sense of the place . This is my first time here.

My phone tells me it’s 68 degrees at 8:30. A waiter told me to sit where I wanted and she would wipe my spot when I chose her. Staff and customers speak a mix of Spanish and English. Across the room, a father feeds his young daughter scrambled eggs. A man below me is drinking both coffee and a Coke while waiting for his breakfast. My waiter hands me a menu, and when I order, she calls me “honey” and “baby” in a quick, unaffected manner. This is how it addresses all customers. I call her “ma’am” back.

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For this week’s review, I wrote about Clark Street Diner, the Hollywood Hills restaurant that relaunched the 101 Coffee Shop space, which closed in early 2021. Clark Street Bread owner Zack Hall took over the space and installed chef Juan Pablo Garcia; the kitchen team brings an extra touch of finesse to buttermilk pancakes, pristine lemon-colored omelettes and melty cheese and onion patties. Soaking up its scene over breakfasts and lunches over the past few weeks made me think of the intrinsic restaurant culture of Los Angeles.

“We’re here for the food and the atmosphere, but mostly for the loose ritual of it all. Each location has a certain similarity that somehow defines its individuality; collectively, they offer insight into LA and its tidal beats that few other institutions can offer,” wrote Patric Kuh in a 2017 dinner party essay for LA Magazine. It’s a great read, a reminder of how some of these icons draw in customers via their swooping Googie architecture, some for their late-night vibes and others for strong coffee and thick, toasty French toast. to start the day.

And of course, these restaurants designed to be affordable keep disappearing amid brutal and ever-increasing rents. Two beloved guests – the 101 and Swingers on Beverly Boulevard – were brought back to life after closing during the pandemic.

Ham and eggs (and don’t forget the salsa) at Nick’s Cafe in Chinatown.

(Bill Addison/Los Angeles Times)

I hadn’t eaten enough in LA restaurants before COVID-19 kicked us out of eating indoors. I was talking about all this with Laurie Ochoa and she suggested I go see Nick’s. “Order the ham and eggs,” she said. “I’ve always liked it with the salsa that goes with everything.”

The menu is huge, with the usual range of eggs in many variations, waffles, pancakes, hot melts of all kinds and chili fries with the option of adding pastrami. But ham has been a specialty at Nick for decades.

I ask for the ham and the eggs. A second waiter keeps coming by and refilling my cup of coffee while it’s still three-quarters full. I look at the walls lined with images of the downtown skyline in older, less cluttered geometries. A sign reads: “In memory of Lois Fuentes, a friend of everyone at Nick’s Cafe. A guy comes in and sits down and my waiter says, “Your habit? and he smiles without looking up from his phone and replies, “Please.”

My breakfast is coming. The ham is indeed the star. One slice covers most of the plate, falling on the hash browns and half the over-easy eggs. It is coated with a brown sugar glaze and tossed on the griddle to caramelize and bronze along the edges. It turns out that the salsa served in a squeeze bottle is earthy and very smooth, but the counter is lined with shopping carts containing numerous brands of hot sauces. Between generous squirts of salsa and equal doses of Tapatío and Chipotle Tabasco, I find the right balance of flavors. The ham is taut and chewy and pleasantly stringy in places. It reminds me of the South. I’m calm for a moment before the day really begins.

I’m planning on returning to Nick’s for the Sonora breakfast – a variation of chilaquiles with scrambled eggs, nopales, a bunch of vegetables and both queso fresco and cotija – but I might end up ordering the ham again.

My server watches me take too many pictures of my food and asks, “Are you having fun there, baby?”

Yes, ma’am, I am.

Nick’s Cafe: 1300 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, (323) 222-1450, nickscafela.com

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G&T&S (Gin & Tonic & Suze), XLG&T (Extra Lime Gin & Tonic) and G&T&J (Gin & Tonic & Jam) are three recipes from Rebekah Peppler.

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The Coffee Academics opens full-service cafe in Makati

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The Coffee Academïcs full-service cafe is located at 109 C. Palanca St., Legaspi Village, Makati. Jeeves of Veyra

MANILA — The Coffee Academïcs, a Hong Kong-based coffee company, is giving Manila coffee lovers a taste of its premium brand of sustainable specialty coffee.

While its Bonifacio Global City kiosk has already been open for several months, serving unique coffee drinks like agave and manuka honey lattes, it has opened a full-service cafe at Legaspi Village in Makati, offering a complete with all-day brunch selections. .

The Coffee Academïcs was founded in Hong Kong in 2012 with the vision of making high quality specialty coffee accessible at a fair price. Although prices may still seem high, The Coffee Academïcs prides itself on using coffee sourced from the world’s best 5% Arabica beans in terms of quality, building community partnerships to ensure sustainable growth and fair trade. . The green beans are shipped to Hong Kong where they are roasted and then shipped to their exclusive cafes and retail partners in Singapore, Indonesia and now the Philippines.

The beer bar.  Jeeves of Veyra
The beer bar. Jeeves of Veyra

The main draw of The Coffee Academïcs is, well, the coffee. The cafe offers coffee for all kinds of coffee lovers, from those who just want their morning caffeine fix to those who have had their fair share of sips and are looking to expand their sensory experience of coffee.

For those who want to taste the nuances and notes of the coffee, they have an infusion bar where the coffees are meticulously prepared by pour. You can simply wait for your brew at your table, but for home coffee brewers, or stand around the bar to learn brewing methods and settings, as grind rates, water temperature, and even the way water is slowly introduced into the ground are key to getting the most out of specialty coffees. If you plan to take beans home, you can ask the barista for advice and a coffee taste reference.

Espresso drawn with La Marzocco machines.  Jeeves of Veyra
Espresso drawn with La Marzocco machines. Jeeves of Veyra

For those in a hurry, La Marzocco espresso machines pull espressos to provide that caffeine kick. It uses the default TCA blend and these have that typical espresso dark chocolate nutty flavor, but it still happens to have some citrus notes.

Better to try a long black (aka americano) to sip on the TCA mix before moving on to specialty milk drinks like lattes and flat whites.

Cafe Conetto.  Jeeves of Veyra
Cafe Conetto. Jeeves of Veyra

The special coffee drinks available are truly one of a kind and can only be found here. Of note is the Coffee Conetto, which is a cortado poured inside a sugar cone lined with chocolate inside. It’s a smartly made dessert because the chocolate seals the coffee in the cone. The coffee seeping into the fluffy chocolate makes chewing on the cone an extra treat.

Then there is the famous Manuka Honey Latte. It’s easily one of the most expensive coffee drinks, as manuka honey doesn’t come cheap. However, the café baristas whip up a drink that balances the milk chocolate of a latte and the fruity sweetness of that special honey nicely, making it well worth the price.

Cold infusion.  Jeeves of Veyra
Cold infusion. Jeeves of Veyra

For those in a hurry, the bottled Signature Cold Brew made with TCA and HK Blend is still available at the take-out counter.

For non-coffee drinkers, there is a selection of premium loose leaf teas from sister concept, The Tea Academïcs, which can be brewed at your table.

Besides coffee, The Coffee Academics is a solid choice for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Croissants and specialty pastries are great to munch on with sips of coffee.

Pastries to accompany your coffee.  Jeeves of Veyra
Pastries to accompany your coffee. Jeeves of Veyra

Discover the pastries in the window. The Beef Tapa Puff is a great value to-go filling option. While crowd favorites Ham and Cheese Pinwheel., Classic Croissant, Koughn Amman, Cheese Puff the Pink La Vie En Rose Croissant are enjoyable with a cup of your favorite brew.

But for bigger appetites, the entrees stand out as they would be typical of an upscale bistro in Hong Kong or Singapore. For staters or a snack, check out Nori Chips, a crunchy umami combination of nori and kropek with an edamame and chickpea hummus dip.

Royal Bibingka Eggs.  Jeeves of Veyra
Royal Bibingka Eggs. Jeeves of Veyra

The Hong Kong directors gave local partners the opportunity to make changes to the signature dishes. The Eggs Royale, for example, is accompanied by smoked salmon or ham from Paris elsewhere in the world. In the Philippines, it comes with homemade tocino over steaming hot bibingka.

Stop at the retail area to select goods to take home. Besides shirts and eco-bags, selected beans are available for brewing at home.

Some of the retail items available at the store.  Jeeves of Veyra
Some of the retail items available at the store. Jeeves of Veyra

For those without specialty coffee equipment at home, the TCA Drip Bag Box is a great introduction to specialty coffee, especially the two premium Panamanian Geshas which are an absolute treat for all. those who have never had coffee of this caliber before.

A recent addition to the drinks list is the cocktail selection, many of which are based on the signature espresso. While a Martini with coffee is nothing new, an Old Fashioned with whiskey and espresso sweetened with elderflower sugar syrup is unusual and a must.

Customers can also order unique cocktails.  Handout
Customers can also order unique cocktails. Handout

It looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more Coffee Academics branches in the near future, as the group intends to open cafes and kiosks all over the city, starting with a branch south of Molito very soon.

The Legaspi Village branch of The Coffee Academïcs is located at 109 C. Palanca St. and is open daily from 7 a.m. to midnight. Check their online store for delivery options.

Natural Products Expo West 2022 Report

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IFF Health (New York) put all of its delivery system and ingredient capabilities into play with new product concepts showcased at March’s Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim, CA. “What we’re trying to accomplish here is really show our different products in combination,” said Natalia Melo, North America Trade Marketing Manager, IFF Health, at the show. Three of the most important areas where the company is seeing growth are immunity, digestive health and brain health, she added.

First, the company introduced packs of Mango Peach Sticks for Immune Health featuring the IFF Brand Howaru BI-04 Bifidobacterium lactis probiotic strain, along with its PowderPure PureSource Vitamin Blend, PowderPure Acerola Cherry Juice Powder, and Tastepoint Peach Mango Flavor. The product is described as “easy-to-mix drink packs loaded with flavor and vitamins to boost your immunity.”

Melo noted that IFF sees online sales of products combining botanicals and other natural ingredients with probiotics growing faster than sales of probiotic ingredients alone. “We find that when the products are combined with probiotics, they grow at a faster rate,” she said.

The next prototype the company showed was a brain-healthy Caramel Cold-Brew coffee bar, described as “delicious, chewy protein bars packed with supplements to jump-start your brain.” The product includes IFF’s Neuravena Wild Oat Extract. “We have six studies, and these studies show that [the ingredient] works in less than an hour, so it works very quickly to stimulate the brain,” noted Melo. “It’s good for players, for students before they take a test or before they give a presentation. There’s no caffeine, and it’s a natural way to get that boost that caffeine gives you. The bar shape also allows users to eat on the go. The prototype also included IFF’s Sharp PS phosphatidylserine (“to provide a long-term cognitive boost,” she said), PowderPure Cold-Brew Coffee Powder, TruPro Pea Protein Powder, and pea protein nuggets, Taura apple paste and Tastepoint flavors for coffee, mocha and salted caramel.

Finally, the company introduced chai-flavored dark chocolate bites for digestive health featuring ingredients like IFF’s Howaru. Bifidobacterium lactis Probiotic Strain HN019, Chamomile Extract, PowderPure Ginger Powder and Tastepoint Chai Flavor.

These three samples “really show our abilities to put it all together,” Melo said.

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48 things to do in the Valley

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PHOENIX — Looking for something to do this weekend? Read to a mini horse, learn to master charcuterie, watch dragon boat races or compete in an ax throwing competition!

Here is a list of fun activities, festivals and events happening around the valley:

Bunny Photo Experience (March 25 – April 16)
Where: Arizona Mills near food court, 5000 S Arizona Mills Cir. Tempered, AZ 85282
Cost: Reservations suggested, click link for times and package prices

FREE Disney Art Con (March 25-27)
Where: Phoenix Convention Center South Building, 33 South 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: Friday March 25 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday March 26 – 27: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
No cost
Featuring the art of:

  • DISNEY
  • anime
  • HARRY POTTER
  • STAR WARS
  • WONDER
  • THE LORD OF THE RINGS
  • PARODY
  • DRAGONS & FANTASTIC

Starbucks & Story: let us write your life story in book form over coffee! (25 – 27 March)
Where: Starbucks, 4717 N 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
Cost: Starting at $199.99

Liars Who Lie: FULL BAND (March 25)
Where: Aunt Chilada’s, 7330 N Dreamy Draw Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85020
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
No cost

Live Music at Montauk (March 25)
Where: The Montauk, 4360 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Cost: Must order while listening

KNIX BBQ & Beer Festival (March 26)
Where: Tumbleweed Park in Chandler
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $20.00 General admission ticket, $225.00 VIP ticket
Live music by Lee Brice, Parker McCollum and Kameron Marlowe.

Read to a mini horse! (March 26)
Where: Bookmans Phoenix Entertainment Exchange, 8034 North 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85021
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
No cost
Therapy animals encourage children to read by listening quietly and patiently while your child reads a book. Your child can bring their favorite book to read or choose one from Bookmans Phoenix. Children ages 4-9 are encouraged to read to a miniature horse.
Please RSVP for this FREE event. Walk-in visits are welcome but subject to availability of appointments.

Outdoor Yoga on Therapeutic Horse Property (March 26)
Where: Loving Connections, 28437 North 58th St. Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $25
Stick around to meet and interact with some of the horses and Waffles the donkey!

WORLD OF CHEESE – Learn How to Make Queso Fresco, Feta & Basket Cheese (March 26)
Where: Momma’s Organic Market, 7780 West Arrowhead Towne Center Glendale, AZ 85308
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Cost: $49.00

Hand Lettering Class with ChalkScript AZ (March 26)
Where: Hunkapi Farms, 12051 North 96th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Cost: $60.00

2nd Annual SUPER Family Fun Spring Festival (March 26)
Where: Arizona Boardwalk, 9500 East Via de Ventura Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
No cost

Neighboring pop-up shop at Local Nomad (March 26)
Where: Loca Nomad, 100 E Camelback Rd #168, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: FREE + gifts!

Muhammad Ali’s grandson’s MMA debut at RUF 46 (March 26)
Where: Celebrity Theater, 440 N 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Cost: Starting at $35

Cartel Coronado Grand Opening (March 26)
Where: 2205 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
Time: Starts at 7 a.m.
Cost: Special gift! Free coffee for a full year for one lucky guest, plus free Cartel Coronado koozies for the first 200 people online!

Sports and Health Day – Learn from two college basketball players (March 26)
Where: Appaloosa Library, 7377 East Silverstone Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE + gifts!

Saturday Night Speed ​​Dating – Ages: 25-39 (March 26)
Where: Rott n’ Grapes Uptown, 4750 N Central Ave. #140 Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $37.90

Reopening of the River of Time Museum and Exploration Center (March 26)
Where: 12901 N. La Montana Blvd. Fountain Hills, Arizona 85268
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: Adults $12.00, Seniors (65+) $10.00, children (6-18) $7.00, veterans and healthcare workers $7.00, FH students, members and children under 5 FREE

GREASE-themed four-course dinner (March 26)
Where: FOUND: RE Phoenix Hotel, 1100 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $59

Arizona Bridal & Bridal Show (March 26)
Where: Arizona State Fairgrounds, 1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007
Time: Sat, March 26 12:00 p.m. – Sun, March 27 5:00 p.m.
No cost

Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking -Phoenix- Free Virtual Trial Class (March 26)
Time: 7:00 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
No cost

Downtown Farmer’s Market (March 26)
Where: North Phoenix Baptist Church, 5757 North Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
No cost

Free Live Music – Buskabond (March 26)
Where: GenuWine Bar
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
No cost

Live Music at Montauk (March 26)
Where: The Montauk, 4360 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost: Must order while listening

Scottsdale Community College Free Tax Preparation Services (March 26)
Where: Scottsdale Community College, 9000 East Chaparral Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Time: Starts at 9:00 a.m.
No cost

Medicare 101: FREE Medicare Help—Get Your Questions Answered (March 26)
Where: Mustang Library, 10101 N 90th Street (in the Auditorium) Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
No cost

17th Annual Arizona Dragon Boat Festival (March 26 – 27)
Where: Tempe Town Lake, 550 East Tempe Town Lake Tempe, AZ 85281
No cost

Arab-American Festival (March 26 – 27)
Where: Steele Indian School Park, 300 East Indian School Road. Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: Saturday, March 26 4:00 p.m. – Sunday, March 27 11:00 p.m.
Cost: $10

Predators Reptile Expo – Family Fun Event! (26 – 27 March)
Where: 1600 South Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85210
Cost: $5.00 – $10.00

Phoenix Suns vs. Philadelphia 76ers (March 27)
Where: Center of footprint
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $150 and up

Ax Throwing Contest: Desert Open II by Backyard Ax Throwing League (March 27)
Where: BATL Ax Throwing, 7919 East Thomas Road #102 Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., registration/practice from 10:00 a.m., games start at 11:00 a.m.
Cost: General admission for pitchers $80.00

Pannenkoeken in het Park (March 27)
Where: McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, 7301 East Indian Bend Road Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Time: Starts at 10:00 a.m.
Cost: $7.50

Charcuterie workshop (March 27)
Where: Fuel to Fit Meal Prep, 1900 East Apache Boulevard #101 Tempe, AZ 85281
Time: 3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Cost: $45.00

Live Music at Montauk (March 27)
Where: The Montauk, 4360 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost: Must order while listening

CURRENT EVENTS

Twilight at OdySea: $25 tickets after 4:30 p.m. (daily)
Where: OdySea Aquarium
Time: 4:30 – close
Cost: $25

Movement in the yard (every Saturday)
Where: The Churchill, 901 North 1st St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: Starts at 9:00 a.m.
Cost: registration fee based on donations
All levels train with certified instructors!

Low Rider cruise (every Saturday)
Where: La Perla Sports Cantina, 5723 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301
Time: 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
No cost

Live music on our dog-friendly terrace (every Saturday)
Where: Frasher’s Smokehouse, 3222 E Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85018
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

CPR certification (every Saturday)
Where: CPR Certification Phoenix, 221 East Indianola Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $59.95 – $79.95

Learn French for FREE with accessories and fun! (Every Saturday)
Where: Waterfeel, 1620 West Nighthawk Way Phoenix, AZ 85045
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $30.00

FREE online painting lessons for teens and adults (every Saturday)
Time: 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
No cost

Pancakes at will! – New interactive brunch experience (every Sunday)
Where: Foch Café & Bistro, 21 E 6th St #146 Tempe, Arizona 85281
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Cost: $22

Arizona Renaissance Festival (until April 3, 2022)
Where: Arizona Renaissance Festival Grounds, Queen Valley, AZ 85118
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily including weekends
Cost: $29.00 for adults, $19.00 for children 5-12, 4 and under always FREE

Immersive Van Gogh exhibition (extended until April 30, 2022)
Where: Lighthouse Artspace, 4301 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Time: several hours of the day; reservations required
Cost: $40 and up

The FRIENDS™ Experience (The One in Phoenix) (until May 8, 2022)
Where: 10845 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85028
Cost: $30.50 and up

Chihuly in the Desert – Desert Botanical Garden (until June 19, 2022)
Where: Desert Botanical Garden
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Cost: Included with regular garden admission

Chihuly in the Desert – Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West (until June 19, 2022)
Where: Taliesin West by Frank Lloyd Wright
Schedule: several visiting times throughout the week
Cost: Guided tour, $25 to $49 | self-guided tour, $18 to $35

Survival of the slowest (until August 7, 2022)
Where: Arizona Science Center, 600 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: daily from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; tickets are available for purchase onsite and online
Cost: Membership, $6.95* | General admission, $8.95* | Children under 3 are always FREE.

Treasures – Legendary Musical Instruments (until September 2022)
Where: 4725 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
Time: daily, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: $14 to $17

FUTURE :

Chris Tomlin + UNITED (March 30)
Where: Center of footprint
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $20 or more

Fight for the Air Rise (April 1)
Where: Sun Devil Stadium
Time: Starts at 6 p.m.
Cost: Registration is $35, plus a minimum fundraising of $100.

Advanced Wilderness First Aid Training (April 2-3)
Where: THE HEARD SCOUT PUEBLO, 1901 E Dobbins Rd Phoenix, AZ 85042
Time: Sat April 2 9:00 a.m. – Sun April 3 5:00 p.m. (Two 8-hour sessions)
Cost: $25

AZ CCW Permit Course (Conceal and Carry Arms) (April 3)
Where: 4 Women by Women ~ Firearm Training, LLC 12630 North 103rd Ave. Suite #241 Sun City, AZ 85351
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: Starting at $80

Neighboring pop-up shop at Local Nomad (April 6)
Where: Loca Nomad, 100 E Camelback Rd #168, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: FREE + gifts!

FRIED, Fries and Music Festival (April 9)
Where: Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $12

Bunny Balloon Blast (April 15-16)
Where: Salt River Fields
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Cost: Adult $15+, Children (3 years and over) $10+ and Children (0-2 years) are FREE

Arizona Rattlers vs. San Diego Strike Force (April 15)
Where: Center of footprint
Time: 7:05 p.m.
Cost: $11 and up

Paint your pet! (April 16)
Where: Pip Coffee + Clay, 2617 N 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Cost: $50

Neighboring pop-up shop at Local Nomad (April 23)
Where: Loca Nomad, 100 E Camelback Rd #168, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Cost: FREE + gifts!

Muddy Princess: Women’s 5,000 km (3.1 mile) outdoor obstacle mud race (April 24)
Where: Rawhide Western Town & Event Center, 5700 W North Loop Rd Chandler, AZ 85226
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $49 – $99

Opening: AZ Wine Festival (May 7)
Where: Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 North Pima Road Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Cost: $60 – $75

Varun Dhawan wins on the internet by offering coffee to the paparazzi; Watch the video

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Varun Dhawan is an actor loved by all for his generous nature. The way he treats his co-actors, crew, and other people wins the hearts of many. And now, he’s blown his fans away again, thanks to his other humble gesture. A video is going viral on the internet in which Varun Dhawan can be seen offering a cup of coffee to the paparazzi.

In a video posted by Instant Bollywood on Instagram, Varun can be seen approaching his car after interacting with the paps. He said goodbye to them and sat in his car. After a while, he pulls a large cup of coffee out of his car and offers it to the paparazzi. He can be seen saying, “Coffee peena hai? (Do you want to have a coffee)” to which the photographers say no. However, Varun insists and hands the coffee to one of the photographers and says, “Pee lo acha hi hai (Drink is good only).”

Not only that, many Varun fans are reposting the video and praising him for his selfless attitude. Many users appreciated Varun’s gesture and showered him with love in the comment section. Reacting to the Instagram video, one of the users called Varun “the most down-to-earth Bollywood celebrity”, while others called him “kind-hearted” and “caring”.

This isn’t the first time Varun has made headlines for his generosity. Earlier, he acted as a shield for actor Samantha Ruth Prabhu after excited paparazzi suddenly surrounded her. With a cute smile on his face, he handled the porridges in his own way and asked them not to scare him.

Work-wise, Varun will next be seen in Raj Mehta’s Jug Jugg Jeeyo alongside Kiara Advani. The film is produced and distributed by Dharma Productions and is set to hit screens in June this year. Apart from this, he is also set to star in a horror comedy titled Bhediya. The Amar Kaushik Project will have Kriti Sanon opposite actor Coolie No. 1.

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Coffee Percolators Market Size by Major Key Players 2022-2030

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Biggby Coffee opens new location in Holland Township

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TWP HOLLAND. — If you missed Biggby on your way to work, check again. Holland’s newest location opened Tuesday, March 22 on Riley Street near US-31.

Continued:Biggby Coffee’s plan for Riley Plaza receives initial approval

Continued:Biggby Coffee will open a site in Zeeland

Continued:How Biggby Coffee went from one site to an international business

The new Biggby Coffee, nestled in Riley Plaza, takes its first step forward during a planning commission in April 2021 with the approval of a request for a special assignment. The suite number (five) has been separated from its neighbor (10), which remains available.

Biggby Coffee opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, March 22 at Riley Plaza.

Traffic to the cafe’s drive-thru must enter the plaza from 128th Avenue. Customers can drive behind the building to access the menu board and pick up window.

The store at 12719 Riley St. is the latest in a series of planned and executed Biggby openings in West Michigan. Allegan hosted a Biggby location at 805 Marshall St. in February owned by Mark and Jennifer Dykema – the same couple who own the five Holland locations and one Zeeland location that opened in 2019.

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The order desk at the fifth Biggby Coffee location in the Netherlands, joining others on Washington Avenue, Douglas Avenue and Chicago Drive, in addition to the downtown Haworth Hotel.

The couple opened its fourth site in Holland inside the newly refurbished Haworth Hotel in mid-2021. The other three locations are on Chicago Drive, Douglas Avenue and Washington Avenue.

For opening day, the store donated $1 from every purchase to Holland Restore, a nearby store operated by the nonprofit Lakeshore Habitat for Humanity. Holland’s newest Biggby is open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. Learn more about facebook.com/BiggbyRiley31.

— Contact journalist Cassandra Lybrink at [email protected]. Follow her on Instagram @BizHolland.

Budget 2022: treasurer Josh Frydenberg grilled on salary, cost of living

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Josh Frydenberg says his next budget will ease cost of living pressures on Australian families – but how much can he figure out on $433,000 a year?

That’s the one question Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is reluctant to answer as he hammers home the theme of ‘cost of living pressures’ on Australian families.

How does he stay connected to the struggles of ordinary Australians when he earns $433,000 a year?

In an exclusive interview with news.com.au, Mr Frydenberg would not say how much he earns as he spouts facts and figures on all the other budget topics next week.

When asked how much he gets paid, there is a five-second pause and a sigh. “You can go check it out. More than most,” he said.

That’s over $400,000 a year, right?

“I am a high income person. We are a two income family. So taller than most. My wife’s salary is confidential. Mine is public,” he replies.

The average full-time salary in Australia topped $90,000 for the first time last year, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

However, when the salaries of part-time and full-time workers are taken into account, the average salary drops to $67,902, or $1,306 before taxes.

In other words, the treasurer earns five times the average full-time worker’s salary. The Prime Minister, who pockets $550,000 a year, earns six times the average full-time salary.

A couple with two full-time average earners earns about $164,000.

Critics say it’s the politics of the urge to talk about how much politicians get paid. But even if you accept that they deserve to be paid for their hard work, it’s hard not to wonder how out of touch they are with the struggles of the voters who put them there.

“I don’t think his own salary indicates whether or not you can get the economy right,” the treasurer says.

“I fill up my own car. I do some shopping and buy my own coffee.

Does he sometimes go to the supermarket and worry about the price of vegetables?

“I understand that prices have gone up. And my focus right now is to respond to those cost of living pressures,” he said.

The treasurer says he has relatives who live on pension and he accepts that “the prices are high”.

“My job is to look at what’s happening across the economy as a whole,” he said.

“What we will seek to do in this budget is to provide some relief from the cost of living. We will do this in several ways.

These measures should include cash distributions to certain families and excise duty relief on fuel.

By the standards of former treasurers and prime ministers, Mr. Frydenberg’s personal wealth is relatively modest.

He bought a house in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs for $1.76 million and spent $75,000 on a renovation in 2016.

According to RP Data, he is now worth $2.85 million. He has a mortgage. In line with his advice to families to shop around, it’s not with a major bank.

According to his register of interests, his mortgage is with Liberty Financial, which currently offers rates starting at 2.59%.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese earns $390,000 a year as Leader of the Opposition and has an impressive property portfolio. Last year he sold a three-bedroom house in Sydney’s mid-west for $2.35million, more than double what he paid nine years ago.

The Marrickville investment property has been sold ahead of a scheduled auction following his divorce from wife Carmel Tebutt.

Former Treasurer Joe Hockey has previously been criticized for being out of touch after claiming the government’s planned fuel tax hike would not hurt poorer Australians.

“Well, the fuel excise change does exactly that. The poorest people do not have a car or do not drive very far in many cases. But, they oppose what the Treasury says is supposed to be a progressive tax,” Hockey said.

Treasurer Frydenberg isn’t about to make that mistake. He ruled out a freeze on fuel indexation, the route taken by John Howard in 2001 as a GST offset.

But he is expected to offer a short, sharp reduction in fuel excise duty as a temporary measure, as news.com.au revealed this week.

“The main thing I would say is what we do will be temporary and targeted and that’s all I can say,” Mr Frydenberg told news.com.au.

“A fuel excise change affects people who buy fuel.”

And one-time cash bonuses are also in the game.

But the danger for average earners in an environment where inflation and interest rates are rising, but wages are not, is that it won’t go very far.

“The cost of living pressure has been seriously exacerbated by nearly a decade of record or near-record growth in low wages under this government,” ACTU Secretary Sally McManus said.

“One-off documents will not solve the problem.”

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Tap List | The new breweries officially open their doors

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Image Credit Above: Draft towers stand ready to pour beer at the new Tall Trellis Brew Co. in Olathe, Kansas. (Courtesy | Tall Trellis Brew Co.)

March has started with a bang. The days are getting longer, the weather is warming up and two new local breweries have opened their doors. As of this month, River Bluff Brewing and Tall Trellis Brew Co. are operational and open to the public.

River Bluff officially opened in early March. Their new brewery, located at 201 Main St. in the River Market neighborhood of Kansas City, is their second location. Their original brewery is located in Saint-Joseph. The new bar has plenty of space with pinball machines and a small covered patio.

In terms of beer, the River Bluff will offer a mix of old favorites and beers brewed specifically at the new Kansas City site. Locally brewed beers include Market Milk Stout, Gulpfulls Hazy IPA and Townley Blonde Ale.

The brasserie is open from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday to Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.

Tall Trellis officially opened in Olathe, Kansas on March 16. What’s special about Tall Trellis is that it’s basically four companies rolled into one. While being their own nanobrewery, they are also a craft beer bar featuring beers from other breweries, a cafe, and a hop yard.

Apart from their own beers, the brewery mainly focuses on supporting other local brewers. Their plan is to bring local beers, local coffee and local food. They have previously featured coffee from companies such as Thou Mayest and beers from places like Stockyards, Fields & Ivy and Sandhills. Since they don’t have their own kitchen, they work with many local food trucks.

More delicious beer in the KC area is always a good thing. Congratulations to these two breweries on their opening and we can’t wait to stop by soon!

Beer outlets

Callsign Brewing – 1340 Burlington St., North Kansas City, Missouri – has a new dark beer available in its tap room. Snake Eyes Stout is a delicious oatmeal stout that boasts 6.8% ABV. This beer is specifically poured via nitro, which gives it a rich body with lightly roasted flavors with a bit of vanilla bean and chocolate.

3Halves Brewing Co. — 110 E. Kansas St., Liberty, Missouri — launched Liz’s Irish Red just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. This beer is everything you expect. It pours a reddish mahogany color with cookie, toffee and toffee flavor characteristics. The beer comes in at 5.6% ABV and 25 IBU.

KC Bier Co. — 310 W. 79th St., Kansas City, Missouri — is adding a new beer to its limited release series. Dortmunder is a golden export lager with 6% ABV. If you’re unfamiliar, think of it as a slightly more alcoholic version of a German pilsner or helles. The malt plays a big role in the body of this beer because the hoppy character is a little more discreet. It ends slightly dry, making it a very refreshing terrace beer.

The limited version of KC Bier Co. Dortmunder. (Courtesy | KC Bier Co.)

Torn Label Brewing Co. — 1708 Campbell St., Kansas City, Missouri — has launched a new beer in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. Shepherd’s Check (5% ABV) is a dry stout that pours deep mahogany. Dark malts lead to flavors of smoky vanilla and toasted coconut. Not only is it available on tap, but also on tap, which makes this beer even silkier when you drink it.

City Barrel — 1740 Holmes St., Kansas City, Missouri — just released its final beer. Crushing Pedals is a 5.1% ABV Irish lager. This beer uses Maris Otter, Cara Red and Caramel malts, which gives a deep red tint when poured. The flavor profile is clean and crisp and perfect for crushing after pedaling your bike around town.

Red Sash Brewing Co. – 406 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Missouri – brewed and released a nice light beer before the warm spring weather. Recondo is a helles lager that comes in at a light 4.6% ABV. It strictly uses German malts and was lagered for a month before debuting. Recondo is a very clean and crisp beer and the low ABV will allow you to mash many without getting tipsy.

Strange Days Brewing Co. – 316 Oak St., Kansas City, Missouri – has gone big with its new beer. Dubbed Sneezing Green, this 6.8% ABV double dry-hopped hazy IPA uses the most hops Strange Days has ever used in a beer. The combo of Citra, Mosaic, Galaxy and Cryo Pop hops gives way to strong notes of mango, peach and papaya.

Beer events

Friday March 25

Border Brewing Co. – 512 E. 18th St., Kansas City, Missouri – is hosting another of its You’re The DJ events at its brewery. This week’s theme is 1990s hip hop. That’s right, this week will feature some of the biggest and most influential hip hop artists. Think names like Snoop Dog, Dr. Dre, Tupac and more.

Saturday March 26

Crane Brewing Co. – 6515 Railroad St., Raytown, Missouri – is partnering with Miller’s Gourmet Popcorn for a Popcorn & Beer Pairing event. The event is priced at $20, earning you five 4-ounce pours plus five half-cups of popcorn, one to pair with each beer. If you find a popcorn flavor you really enjoy, Miller’s will be on hand to sell additional bags.

Red Crow Brewing Co. – 1062 W. Santa Fe St., Olathe, Kansas – lets its assistant brewer have some fun with firkins. Drew’s Firkin Saturdays are a monthly event that lets him go wild with beer creations. This month’s firkin will be a Banana Foster Quad. This Belgian quad has flavors of vanilla, brown sugar, cinnamon and just a hint of banana. Only 10 gallons of beer will be available, so be sure to drop down and try it before it runs out.

Sunday March 27

Crane Brewing Co. – 6515 Railroad St., Raytown, Missouri – is hosting another series of Sip & Stretch Beer yoga classes. Led by Teri Cartwright of Way of Life Yoga, this one hour class will start your Sunday in a relaxing way. No experience is required for the course and you are asked to bring your own mat. The $15 ticket not only gets you access to the class, but also a free beer afterwards.

East Crossroads Putt Putt Crawl – East Crossroads, Kansas City, Missouri – is back for its second year. Taking place all over East Crossroads, there will be 10 stops in total with a unique putt putt hole at each. The event takes place at multiple breweries including, but not limited to, City Barrel, Torn Label, Emperial Brewery, and Border. The event will award prizes for the best individual costume, the best team costume and the most creative putter.

Alex Andujar is a former beer sales rep turned personal trainer. When he’s not training customers, you can find him trying out new beers at many of Kansas City’s great local breweries.

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Coffee Grounds Market Research 2022 with Top Countries Data, Size, Share, Growth, Market Trend, Competitive Analysis – Kraft Food, Starbucks, Ajinomoto General Foods, AMT coffee, Bewley’s, Caffe Nero

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Global “coffee grounds market“covered and anatomized the global Coffee Grounds industry contingency and provides statistics and insights on market dynamics, growth factors, crucial challenges, major drivers and conditions, openings and casting 2027. This report presents a comprehensive overview, demand shares and growth openings of Coffee Grounds industry by product type, operation, crucial manufacturers and crucial regions and countries.

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  • Cafe Nero
  • Coffee bean
  • Costa Coffee
  • coffee republic
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Graffeo Coffee Roasting
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Chapter Four Market Landscape
4.1 Market Overview
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Chapter 9 Historical and Forecast Coffee Grounds Market in South America (2017-2027)
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Chapter 11 Historical and Forecast Coffee Grounds Market in Europe (2017-2027)
Chapter 12 Historical and Forecast Coffee Grounds Market in MEA (2017-2027)
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Modern coffee table market outlook by 2022-2029

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The XX% of the global Modern Coffee Table market in 2021, but it is expected to grow at a CAGR of XX% in the post-Corona period and reach XX million US$ in 2029. On the other hand, the electronics segment will grow at an average annual growth rate (CARG) of XX% until 2029 and will occupy about XX% share by 2029.

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New wine bar and cafe for downtown Newport

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PLANS to open a new cafe and wine bar in Newport town center have been given a boost – with planning permission granted.

This means that work can now be carried out to convert the former estate agents’ office at 26 Bridge Street, which is located a stone’s throw from Newport station.

In November 2021 plans for the premises were first revealed, just days after Luscombe & Co revealed they would vacate the building, as part of a move to the Pill area of ​​the city.

It was then that a request was made to change the use of the building, from professional service to class A3 for catering premises.

According to planning documents, planning approval would see the ground floor unit undergo a major redevelopment, as part of plans to transform office space into “a licensed cafe/wine bar “.

The residential accommodation above is assumed to remain unchanged.

Outside, a brand new storefront and associated signage will be installed, along with down-firing lighting, to illuminate the signage.

When completed, the property will look very different from its present form.

Instead of its current red and white facade – courtesy of the most recent tenant, it would be painted a more subdued grey, something the applicant describes as “fresh to reflect contemporary café and wine bar culture. “.

According to a Newport City Council planning official, the existing storefront “has a negative impact on the area”.

Continuing, they stated that “the proposed storefront is more in keeping with the character and appearance of the conservation area than the existing addition and is a merit of the proposed project. It restores details such as the introduction of a cornice and mullions to the elevation of the building, which is encouraged in the orientation.

What else do we know about the new company?

Once operational, it is understood that the establishment will be known as Coffee Bar @ 26.

The plans were submitted by Bassaleg Skerryvore Designs on behalf of the applicant, New Forge Properties.

According to plans, the wine bar would employ three full-time and six part-time staff, with opening hours from 7 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Sundays and public holidays.

The applicant describes the proposed business as “a place where customers can have a coffee, a snack or just relax reading the newspaper or enjoying a glass of fine wine.

“It’s a place where you can feel comfortable meeting friends or working on the computer. The layout achieves this without detracting from the building and allows access to all areas, including washrooms.

“The simple name and downlighting of the signage add to the quality appearance.”

Plans to transform the site into a cafe and wine bar were approved by Newport City Council on Thursday March 17.

Organic Coffee Market Report, Demand, Price, Revenue, Size, Share and Forecast 2021-2026

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According to the latest report of the IMARC group titled “Organic Coffee Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026”, offers a comprehensive analysis of the industry, which includes information on Organic Coffee Market Trends. The report also includes competitor and regional analysis, as well as contemporary advancements in the global market. The market showed moderate growth during the period 2015-2020. The global organic coffee market is expected to grow at a pace CAGR of around 8% over the period 2021-2026.

Organic coffee is a beverage of natural origin grown from organic ingredients without the addition of synthetic substances. It is commonly available in Arabic and Robusta variants. Organic coffee is free from pesticides, artificial fertilizers and genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and is rich in antioxidants, such as flavonoids, catechins and polyphenols. It helps boost the immune system, improve energy levels, burn fat, prevent Alzheimer’s disease and minimize the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. Compared to traditionally used coffee, organic coffee is healthier, natural and grown only with organic fertilizers, such as chicken manure and coffee pulp.

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Market trends:

The global organic coffee market is mainly driven by growing consumer preference for organic food and beverages. With growing spending capacities and busy schedules, consumers are increasingly opting for naturally-derived, nutrient-dense coffee products. Additionally, the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) and data analytics solutions to control and monitor environmental variables affecting coffee cultivation is giving impetus to the growth of the market. Other factors including the widespread adoption of organic coffee in vegan bakery and confectionery products and the convenient availability of products through e-commerce platforms are expected to drive the market towards growth.

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  • Limited full coffee
  • Ecotone, Java Trading
  • Jim’s Organic Coffee
  • Keurig Dr Pepper Inc.
  • SPA Luigi Lavazza
  • Nestlé SA
  • Starbucks Corporation
  • The Kraft Heinz Company

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Our report has categorized the market based on region, type, packaging type, and sales channel.

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Schwarzenegger dedicates 60% of his viral video to storytelling

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It’s not every day that the global media loves Atlantic or Brittany Daily Mail run a full transcript of a celebrity’s social media video. But Arnold Schwarzenegger’s nine-minute video to the Russian people is no ordinary article.

the passionate speech has drawn nearly 35 million views since Thursday. the BBC reports that the video is trending on Russian social networks. According to a Russian opposition leader, “Arnold Schwarzenegger has a unique ability to speak to anyone with persuasion, respect and on an equal footing”.

Schwarzenegger’s words are inspiring and catchy because he doesn’t just provide information he wants the Russian people and Russian soldiers to hear; it’s powerful because it packs information into stories.

Schwarzenegger is a skilled storyteller due to his background in filmmaking, but he was a communications student long before he campaigned for governor of California. It shows in his video.

3 elements of persuasion

Aristotle, the father of persuasion, believed that persuasive speech consisted of three elements: ethos, logos, and pathos.

Ethos is character and credibility. Schwarzenegger didn’t have to spend much time in his speech establishing his credentials because his reputation is already strong with his target audience. Schwarzenegger is one of Russia’s most famous movie stars, thanks in large part to his role in the 1988 film red heatwhich was filmed in Moscow.

Schwarzenegger focused most of his talk on the other two elements of persuasion: logos (logical arguments) and pathos (emotional appeal).

Pathos – making emotional appeal through stories – accounts for 60% of Schwarzenegger’s speech. He told three stories to build an emotional bridge with his audience.

The first story is about personal heroes. “Let me talk about the Russian who became my hero,” Schwarzenegger began. “In 1961, when I was 14, a very good friend invited me to come to Vienna to attend the World Weightlifting Championships. I was in the audience when Yuri Petrovich Vlasov won the championship title world, becoming the first human being to lift 200 kilograms above his head.

Schwarzenegger was able to meet Vlasov backstage after the event. He came home with the weightlifter poster and put it above his bed. This simple act angered Schwarzenegger’s father, a former Nazi soldier, who wanted his son to replace the image with that of a German or Austrian hero.

“But I didn’t take the picture down, no,” Schwarzenegger said defiantly. “I didn’t care which flag was carried by Yuri Vlasov.”

The second story was about his relationship with Russia. “My ties to Russia didn’t end there,” Schwarzenegger continued. “It actually deepened when I traveled there, with bodybuilding and for my movies and met all my Russian fans.”

On one such trip, Schwarzenegger met Vlasov again while filming Red Heat, the first American film allowed to shoot in Red Square. “He and I spent the day together. He was so caring, so kind and so smart.

Schwarzenegger tied the stories together: “Now the reason I’m telling you all these things is that since I was 14 I’ve had nothing but affection and respect for the Russian people. The strength and heart of the Russian people have always inspired me.

The third story was about Schwarzenegger’s father. “When my father came to Leningrad [fighting for the Germans in World War II], he was all inflated by the lies of his government. And when he left Leningrad, he was broken, physically and mentally. He lived the rest of his life in pain. The pain of a broken back, the pain of shrapnel that always reminded him of those terrible years. And the pain of guilt he felt.

Speaking directly to Russian soldiers who might be listening in, Schwarzenegger said, “I don’t want you to be broken like my father. It is not the war to defend Russia that your grandfathers or your great-grandfathers waged. It is an illegal war.

Using the power of a story to make an emotional appeal is essential for persuasion to happen, but it’s not enough, and Schwarzenegger knows it. That’s why he spent about 35% of the speech making logical arguments to reinforce his appeal (the remaining 5% consisted of introductory and transitional material).

“Your lives, your limbs, your future are being sacrificed for a senseless war condemned by the whole world,” he said to build a logical case to end the invasion. “Actually, let me tell you, what you need to know is that 141 nations at the UN voted for Russia to be the aggressor. They asked him to withdraw his troops immediately. Only four countries worldwide voted with Russia. It’s a fact…”

While words can create images in the mind, a well-timed prop can do that too. Schwarzenegger picked up a blue cup of coffee as he described his second meeting with Vlasov in Moscow. After spending the day together, Vlasov gave the cup to Schwarzenegger. “And since then, I drink my coffee every morning.”

Using the coffee mug as a symbol of generosity reminds me of another prop Schwarzenegger used effectively after the attack on the US Capitol in January 2021.

During a video to condemn the action, Schwarzenegger pulled out a giant sword from behind his desk, a prop he had used in a movie. “It’s Conan’s sword,” he revealed.

He then used the sword as a metaphor for democracy.

“Now here’s the thing about swords; the more you temper a sword, the stronger it becomes,” Schwarzenegger said. “Now, I’m not telling you all this because I want you to become an expert swordsmith, but our democracy is like the steel of this sword. The more tempered it is, the stronger it becomes.

Swords and coffee cups are physical things, but in the hands of a skilled storyteller, they become powerful metaphors that resonate with audiences.

Five Best Scrum Master Certifications for Agile Professionals

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The Best Professional Scrum Master Certifications

If you want to be a successful Scrum Master, or are looking to hire a professional Scrum Master for your next project, the top five professional Scrum Master certifications an Agile practitioner should have on their resume are:

  1. The Scrum.org Professional Scrum Master Certification
  2. AWS Practitioner designation from Amazon
  3. The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) certification
  4. JIRA Certification from Atlassian University
  5. An Agile coach or technical trainer certificate

Professional Scrum Master Certification from Scrum.org

The gold standard for Scrum Master certification comes from Scrum.org.

A quick web search for Scum Master certifications will reveal a host of organizations that offer online courses and follow-up exams that allow the candidate to hang a “Professional Certified Scrum Master” shingle on their doorstep. But without any industry standards applied, the quality, difficulty, and proficiency asserted by the professional certifications issued by these various organizations vary wildly.

Ken Schwaber is co-creator of Scrum, co-author of the Scrum Guide, and founder of the Scrum.org website. Schwaber’s pedigree gives the Agile training and Scrum Master certifications provided through Scrum.org a level of respect and authenticity that other training institutes simply cannot match.

Scum Master Certification Levels

Scrum.org offers three uncreatively named Scrum Master certifications:

  • Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I)
  • Professional Scrum Master II (PSM II)
  • Professional Scrum Master III (PSM III)

The Professional Scrum Master certification exam numerical differentiator indicates the level of difficulty and depth of knowledge required to pass it.

The PSM I certification tests candidates on their basic knowledge of the Scrum Guide, their understanding of the Scrum values, and their knowledge of the pillars of Scrum. If an IT professional wants to be taken seriously as a professional Scrum Master, the PSM I designation is a bare minimum.

The PSM II exam covers the application of Scrum and how to use Scrum-based methods to guide a team of developers, how to properly produce Scrum artifacts, how to avoid ScrumBut, and how to perform key Scrum activities like the daily stand-up and the retrospective sprint.

The PSM III certification is the most advanced of the three. It not only tests the developer on how to use Scrum to solve complex team problems and deal with difficult organizational situations, but it also requires the candidate to understand how to solve challenges from the perspective of the Scrum developer and of the owner of the Scrum product. While other PSM exams are multiple-choice, the PSM III exam requires candidates to include the need to answer questions in a short essay format.

Scrum Master Certification Comparison
NAME DIFFICULTY COST ACCREDITATIONS DURATION PAST
MSP i Beginner $300 +460,000 60 minutes 85%
MSP II Intermediate $250 +18,000 90 minutes 85%
MSP III Expert $500 +1,000 150 minutes 85%

The number of professional Scrum Masters certified at each of the three levels testifies to how progressively difficult and demanding each certification becomes. In 2022, there are over 460,000 Scrum Masters certified at the PSM I level. There are only 18,000 Professional Scrum Masters certified at the PSM II level, and there are just over 1,000 people certified at the elite PSM III.

PSM III certification is definitely worth pursuing if you want to differentiate yourself from others.

JIRA Certification for Scrum Masters

A great Scrum Master needs more than a thorough understanding of the Scrum Guide.

The ability to use industry-standard tools that will communicate team progress to Scrum developers, product owners, and other stakeholders is also a must for Scrum Masters.

The most popular software used by organizations to manage a software development team is Atlassian’s JIRA tool, which is why I’m always impressed when I see a JIRA certification alongside a Scum Master designation.

With JIRA, a Scrum Master can plan sprints, update Kanban boards, measure development speed, assign bug tickets to developers, and even merge feature branches into GitHub.

Transparency is one of the three pillars of Scrum. With a properly maintained JIRA instance, project stakeholders can log into the tool and get an immediate update on the current sprint status. A JIRA certification that attests to an individual’s ability to use and administer JIRA is one of the best certifications a Scrum Master can have.

A Certified Professional Scrum Master will understand how to apply the three pillars of Scrum to solve business problems.

AWS Cloud Practitioner Certification

Modern software development happens in the cloud.

A Scrum Master does not need to be technical. But a Scrum Master should be familiar with the tools used to build modern cloud-native applications. A Scrum Master should also be familiar with how modern DevOps teams deploy applications.

The AWS Cloud Practitioner certification shows that an individual understands the key technologies used in modern enterprise IT departments. It also demonstrates knowledge of how to monitor costs, encrypt data, and apply security best practices.

I like to see the AWS Practitioner certification on a Scrum Master’s resume because it tells me that the individual understands how enterprise applications are built and deployed. Azure, Oracle, and Google all have entry-level cloud certifications that I would put on par with Amazon’s. The seller is not important. Appreciation of the fundamentals of cloud-based development is.

Scaled Agile Framework Certification (SAFe)

Successfully implementing Scrum on small projects is a challenge. This challenge multiplies as the size of the team and the project increases.

SAFe is the Scaled Agile Framework, and it’s built on Scrum, Kanban, and Lean project management best practices.

SAFe certification requires knowledge of important DevOps tools such as GitHub and Jenkins, as well as an understanding of how these tools enable continuous delivery.

A certified Scrum Master with additional SAFe certification will know how to bring Scrum, Agile, and the DevOps toolchain together.

Certified Scrum Master assignments

A Certified Professional Scrum Master will be adept at working with developers, product owners, and other stakeholders interested in the project.

Agile coaching or technical training certification

The eight positions of a Scrum Master include the roles of coach, facilitator, mentor, and servant leader.

To attest to proficiency in these areas, I like to see some type of coaching or training designation on a Scrum Master’s resume. Being certified as a professional Scrum Master Trainer is at the top of my list in this category. But even certification from AWS or Google as a Certified Technical Trainer is enough to prove to me that the individual will have the skills to communicate effectively with other team members.

I’m not picky about what coaching or training certification a Scrum Master gets. I just want an indication that the person has the character and behavior required by a coach or teacher.

The effectiveness of a Scrum Master can mean the difference between project success and failure. A set of certifications cannot guarantee a Scrum Master’s performance over time, but they are a good indication of an individual’s breadth of knowledge. From my perspective, the designations listed above are the top five Scrum Master certifications an IT professional can have.

NYC Starbucks employees push for union vote – The Ticker

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Workers at three Starbucks Corp. in New York are joining a national movement to form unions.

The New York locations – which include a branch in Astor Place, a branch inside Brooklyn’s Caesar’s Bay mall and the Starbucks Reserve roastery in Chelsea – are among 72 locations that have filed a petition to hold a vote for unionize. Starbucks has more than 15,000 Pitches in the United States, 9,000 of them are operated by the company.

Two locations in Buffalo, New York were the first to vote to unionize in December 2021. A location in Mesa, Arizona became the third in February. Three additional locations in Buffalo have voted to unionize the March 9.

New York chapters have called for a vote on March 3, but it hasn’t happened yet.

Starbucks Workers United, the union organized by the Buffalo sites, look for for the company to share the success it has had in the coffee industry with employees, rather than just large shareholders.

Starbucks has discouraged union organizing in the past, with anti-union meetings called by the company “listening sessions.” Buffalo locations even closed when former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz showed up in an attempt to discourage unionization, but drew backlash after making an analogy with the prisoners of the Holocaust.

The company tried to assuage worker grievances by raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour in December 2021. The wage is foreseen increase to $23 per hour this summer, among other incentives. Current Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson announcement that 30% of retail employees were already paid first when the wage increase took place.

After seven employees were fired from a location in Memphis, Tennessee, for violating company policies by trying to unionize, 10 employees at the Chelsea roastery became under pressure to vote on unionization.

“It just makes me feel like it’s the right way to do it, the right way to go,” said Marc Mao, who works at Chelsea Roastery. The New York Times. “Having a union representing our interests, having us bargain collectively for better working conditions and wages, is more important since this happened.”

Weeks after voting to form a union, the branch in Buffalo’s Elmwood neighborhood organized a walkout, raising awareness of inadequate working conditions during the rise of the omicron variant of COVID-19.

A national pro-union movement – not just within Starbucks, but with warehouse workers at Amazon Inc. and Retail employees of Apple Inc. — would be youth-led. Professor Ruth Milkman of the Graduate Center and the School of Labor and Urban Studies at CUNY spoke with gothamist.

“Young college-educated workers kind of caught the union bug,” Milkman said. “It was already starting before the pandemic, but like so many other trends, the pandemic kind of amplified and reinforced it.”

Those pushing for unionization have emphasized that they are not trying to attack Starbucks. They just want to be respected by their employer, and New Yorkers who work there can only hope that their chances of voting aren’t crushed in the weeks to come.

“We want to be able to perform at our best, and we cannot reach our full potential if we are understaffed, overworked, burnt out and burnt out,” Starbucks Workers United wrote on its website. “We are organizing because we know that Starbucks partners have the ability to improve this business, transform this industry, and form a collaborative, creative, forward-thinking, justice-seeking, and independent organization that will enable us to defend.”

Middletown will offer reusable coffee cups to promote recycling

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MIDDLETOWN – The head of the town’s recycling department plans to secure reusable steel cups that residents can use to refill their coffee cups at participating businesses to reduce the use of disposable cups and help the environment .

The project will be funded by a $1,500 grant from the Rockfall Foundation to support the Refill, Not Landfill, Coffee Passport program, which will encourage their use instead of paper cups, according to Middletown recycling coordinator Kim O’Rourke.

“It helps us get this whole program going again,” she said.


The initiative, which also includes a passport, much like the national wine and beer trails, is expected to start between May and June. Before they are distributed, participants must sign a pledge and pledge to use the cups.

Every time people use their mugs, they’ll be entered into a monthly draw for a chance to win a downtown business district gift card and Eco Reboot merchandise on River Road and Cinder + Salt on Main Street.

The cups, which can be “checked” for a period of time, will be returned to various drop-off points around the city to be cleaned, the recycling coordinator explained.

Once O’Rourke has contacted all the cafes in Middletown, she will identify those who are interested in participating, she said. She is conducting research to compile a comprehensive online guide, which will identify stores that will accept reusable cups.

“We hope this elevates the conversation,” she said.

During the pandemic, many companies stopped refilling reusable cups to alleviate health and safety concerns, O’Rourke explained.

“We’ll sort it all out – who does what, who lets you bring your own cup, and whether or not they offer a discount, do they allow it if you dine inside; can you use a reusable cup,” she said.

Once the program is established, O’Rourke plans to “talk about taking it to the next level” by encouraging other local stores to participate. “There’s so much potential,” she said.

The city should allocate additional funds to implement the program, she added. Studies show there are no health concerns with reuse, O’Rourke explained at a recent public works committee meeting.

Every community in Connecticut is facing a waste disposal crisis, O’Rourke said at the meeting. In other parts of the country and around the world, companies are offering reusable take-out cups that replace plastic, paper or foam containers, she added.

“It’s a step forward in starting this conversation,” O’Rourke said. “I hope this opens the door for other reuse businesses to explore Middletown.”

The Finance and Government Committee must first approve the proposal and Common Council members will take up the matter in March.

IGL, Kinetic Green Launch “Energy Cafe” Battery Swap Station | Mobility news

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Indraprastha Gas Ltd, India’s largest CNG retailer, has teamed up with Kinetic Green, a Pune-based electric vehicle manufacturer, to create “Energy Cafe”, a battery swap station that would replace depleted batteries from two- and three-wheeled electric vehicles by fully charged batteries. .

“As part of the alliance, IGL and Kinetic will deploy an extensive network of battery swapping stations, starting in the Delhi region, where a range of electric three-wheelers and electric two-wheelers can benefit from a battery swap facility,” the company said in a statement. declaration.

Users can effortlessly install the Energy Cafe mobile app on their phone, locate the nearest battery swap station, reserve batteries from available charged batteries, pay through a digital payment gateway and swap it with a dead battery at one of the IGL service stations, paying for only the amount of charge they consume.

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Battery swapping as a concept is gaining popularity and momentum in India’s transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and addresses some of the critical concerns and disincentives drivers face to own and operate VE.

“Under the battery swap concept, electric vehicles can be sold to customers without a lithium-ion battery, and drivers can use the batteries under a pay-as-you-go concept by paying a small amount for” the battery as fuel,'” he said.

With that, the cost of the EV can be almost halved and brought, not just at par, but below the price of internal combustion engine counterparts, he claimed.

Additionally, range anxiety is eliminated as drivers no longer have to worry about range and they can always swap their dead battery for a charged one, just like they used to top up fuel in their traditional ICE vehicles.

“Vehicle recharge time is eliminated as battery swapping takes only 2 minutes and customers don’t have to worry about charging batteries or even buying a new one in the future,” said IGL.

“Battery swap stations can be set up in convenient locations, like we have fuel pumps, where customers can go to return dead batteries and swap them out for a fully charged battery.”

This technology is most suitable for light electric vehicles like two-wheelers and three-wheelers, where the batteries are lightweight and smaller, and can therefore be easily replaced manually.

At Energy Cafe, IGL and Kinetic conceptualized and deployed state-of-the-art technology and delivered a complete IoT (Internet of Things) based system, including a smart battery with charging protocol and swap operation host.

“The system monitors the battery and station, which are IoT-enabled and linked to an app. The smart grid provides users with real-time information about battery location and state of charge,” the statement said.

The stations are modular, intelligent and connected. Its multi-platform is compatible with e-bike, e-auto and e-rickshaw. The system’s battery box module uses special lithium-ion batteries; each battery weighs around 12-13 kg and can therefore be easily removed and replaced.

“The cost of a battery swap will also be lower than the cost of an equivalent fuel, for example gasoline or diesel, and so not only will customers benefit from the convenience, but their transportation costs will also be reduced. “, said the company.

Battery swapping will be interoperable between vehicle makes and models. IGL will play the role of providing the infrastructure. As a first step, IGL’s existing network of CNG stations in Delhi/NCR can be leveraged to install the Energy Cafe.

Kinetic Green will act as a technology partner, provide knowledge of the EV field, and help create and bring the EV population to exchange stations.

Sulajja Firodia Motwani, Founder and CEO of Kinetic Green Energy and Power Solutions Ltd, said: “This solution reduces the initial cost of EVs by 50%, and customers never have to worry about charging and replacing the battery.

“Today we unveiled the first 2 stations and intend to expand to initially set up 50 stations in 2022 with a focus on the New Delhi area, one of the key states for vehicles in India, with a favorable policy framework from the State Government towards battery swapping”.

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How Just Salad makes everyday health and sustainability possible

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New York-based restaurant Just Salad has built a reputation for not only serving healthy ingredients, but also for running sustainable operations. CEO Nick Kenner explained how these two efforts will unfold as the brand continues to grow.

Just Salad is currently experiencing rapid growth and plans to open nearly 20 stores this year. What is fueling this growth?

We plan to open nearly 20 additional company-owned restaurants by the end of this year. This expansion is happening in existing markets like Florida and the New York tri-state area.

We are seeing impressive success in the suburban and urban markets. Seeing the reaction of consumers in the new markets we have entered has been truly gratifying; many guests are truly amazed at how much they enjoy the product from a culinary perspective and how fresh a salad, bowl or wrap. And that price and brand are always relevant at the same time. A lot of consumers have this Trader Joe or Ikea reaction where they really like both the quality of the product and the transaction.

So take a neighborhood like Pembroke Pines, Florida, where the median income is about the same as the national average: our restaurant is booming. It’s significant because it shows our brand’s ability to take share in suburban markets, where there is obviously a huge amount of white space. So we evolved quite seamlessly from a purely urban concept to one that works just as well in the suburban landscape.

You mention “white space”. Does that mean you still see a lot of room for growth in your category overall?

Absoutely. I would say this is the first time since coffee in the 1990s that the restaurant industry has seen real category creation on a national scale, and it’s very exciting to be at the helm of that. Coffee has certainly solved the problem of caffeine on the go and the third place community, and the salad segment solves health on the go – and in our case, sustainability-conscious decisions on the go as well. Our category is now less than $1 billion and could grow to $20 billion over the next 10 years. Still much smaller than most other restaurant categories, but our category doesn’t have as many players. Better-for-you brands are really the next big category, and we continue to see more and more people abandon less healthy concepts like burger restaurants, or at least add healthier options to their rotation. It’s starting to happen fast.

Tell me about your product and your brand. How are they driving your growth?

Our product has never been better, more sought after or of higher quality than it is now. Over the past two years, we’ve made specific operational changes to deliver a menu that’s best-in-class and irresistible. Take our roast chicken. It is marinated overnight on site, cooked several times a day, on site, and cut on a cutting board in front of the customer each time it is ordered. Two years ago, it was served cold and in cubes. We have a renewed commitment to ensuring that every product we serve is best in class.

We don’t take shortcuts. That means homemade dressings, recipes from scratch, and products prepared daily – no cans, no additives. Our greens and produce are brought in whole – we hand cut whole romaine heads several times a day, wash them twice and dry them twice to create extra crispy romaine. We prepare our mashed avocado and our fresh pico de gallo throughout the day; we cut our own carrots, roast our own beets.

We are launching a new seasonal and permanent menu on March 24 which I am very proud of. In store, you will see our menu organized in a new way. We’ll have our signature salads – Crispy Chicken Poblano, Thai Chicken Crunch and Tokyo Supergreens – displayed on an “Iconic” menu; we will of course have the Classic salads, such as the Chicken Caesar; and we will have an ‘Earth Friendly’ menu board displaying low carbon footprint salads, which are calculated and verified by a third party organization.

You are known for sustainability, but surely other brands have gone all out on ESG (Environment, Social and Governance). What is the Just Salad approach?

We want to change the way America consumes. Our company’s mission statement is to make everyday health and everyday sustainability possible. And we’re taking radical steps to fulfill that mission: We’re the first fast-casual concept to offer reusable packaging at scale through our Reusable Bowl program, founded in 2006. We were the first to eliminate beef from our menu, replacing it with vegetables. beef-based, then expand to other plant-based proteins like Daring Chicken and Violife Vegan Feta. We proactively seek partnerships that allow us to amplify our impact, such as our partnership with Zero Foodprint, which donated Zero Foodprint salad recipes to regenerative agriculture.

And then we’re doing innovative things to get customers interested in sustainable food, like eco-labeling on our digital menu and offering a climate dietary filter. We have eliminated virtually all plastic waste from our supply chain and we have a rock star sustainability manager to guide these efforts. we have just started.

So, in summary, we seek to make everyday health and sustainability irresistible, through exceptional flavor and freshness; rewarding, through rewards such as free toppings for our reusable bowl customers; and attainable, thanks to our accessible price.

It’s a fairly unique formula in our category, if not the whole space of the restaurant.

On the tech front, what are you focusing on right now?

We’ve started 2022 off with a bang by relaunching the Just Salad mobile app with a significantly improved user interface. It’s a prettier and sleeker ordering experience, with unique features like one-click ordering, interactive nutrition and eco-labeling, the ability to filter menu items by food preference, and enhanced personalization . Behind the scenes, we own our technology stack and manage it internally, which makes us more agile, allows us to personalize the experience the way our customers like it, and improves our marketing and analytics capabilities.

Parting words?

I have never been so convinced of our brand and our growth potential. We’re passionate about promoting from within, so it’s also very exciting to be able to promote so many people at the operations and corporate level to positions they’ve always dreamed of and then see them flourish. We are ready for leadership in this category and I hope Just Salad will help our customers lead healthier lifestyles while reducing our customers’ environmental impact.

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Schultz returns to lead Starbucks as CEO retires

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A shake-up in the retail coffee industry: Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) CEO Kevin Johnson retires after five years on the job.

Meanwhile, Howard Schultz will return as interim CEO, once again taking the helm of the company he elevated to global brand status while the company searches for a long-term successor. This will be his third term as chief executive of the coffee giant.

Shares of the company rose $5.05, or 6.1%, Wednesday morning to $88.17. The company announced the leadership transition ahead of its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.

“A year ago, I reported to the board that as the global pandemic drew to a close, I would consider retiring from Starbucks. I think it’s a natural end to my 13 years with the company,” Johnson said in a statement.

Johnson joined the board in 2009 while working as CEO of Juniper Networks, and became a member of the management team in 2015 as president and chief operating officer. In 2017, Johnson was named chairman and chief executive, succeeding Schultz. Wednesday’s annual shareholder meeting marks his 14th with the company, he wrote in his latest letter to employees.

In addition to leading the company through the pandemic, Johnson has used his expertise as a former technology executive throughout his tenure to push Starbucks into the digital age, revamping its loyalty program and updating its store footprint to reflect the different ways consumers want to buy their coffee. . He also accelerated the chain’s expansion in China, now its second largest market.

When he was at the helm of the company, Starbucks shares rose more than 50%, including Wednesday’s gains.

Tyler’s Cafe Gives Back to Ukraine with a Special Drink | News

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Tyler Crema Coffee Co. found a way to give back to the Ukrainian community by creating a special coffee drink.

On March 7, the blue and yellow drink depicting the colors of the Ukrainian flag was promoted on the cafe’s social media platforms and caught the attention of many residents.

Thanks to Crema manager Justin Rives and owners Michaela Ta and Eric Ta, the “Sunflower” drink was born and now serves as a way for the people of Tyler to show their support for Ukraine.

Fifty percent of the drink’s proceeds go to Save the Children’s Ukraine Emergency Relief Fund and the owners also match every donation.

“They kind of do something cool and hip (drink) into something that raises awareness, which I think is very good for them to do,” said Tyler resident Lisa Everett, who bought the Sunflower Monday drink.

With a combination of her favorite flavors, Rives created the Dulce de Leche Caramel Nut Latte topped with a cookie butter cold mousse. The name represents the national flower of the country.

After making the drink, Rives said he pitched the idea to Michaela Ta with the goal of finding a way to help children, especially with his personal experience of becoming a father.

“I just had a daughter and I put myself in the shoes of those parents who were evacuating and leaving everything they had. I feel extremely blessed to live where we live and to be able to give my daughter a place safe place to live,” Rives said. “I was thinking of ways to help and I know Michaela is very generous, so I offered her that drink and she took it and ran off with flying colors.

He also mentioned that he had Ukrainian ancestors, which made him want to help even more.

“I have ancestry that comes from Ukraine and Russia, so I felt the internal tides to do something to help them,” he said. “Knowing that my blood comes from this area is a bit heartbreaking to see these people fleeing their homes.”

So far over $2,000 has been raised since last week and the promotion continues this week.

“We earned $1,070 from the drink last week, so the total donation (with the game) this week is $2,140,” Rives said.

Rives said the cafe would make another donation next Monday, but also said he would manage it as long as Ukraine needed help.

With gratitude, Rives would like to thank the members of the community who purchased one of the special lattes. He is also encouraging local residents who may not like coffee to go online and donate to Save the Children at support.savethechildren.org .

“There are also Russians who are normal citizens who are also suffering, they have children. Even if you don’t want to donate to our funds, Save the Children travels to several countries around the world. If they don’t want to drink coffee or if they want to help, they can go to them,” he said.

Crema is located at 2251 Three Lakes Parkway Suite 107 in Tyler.

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Raleigh’s Five Points restaurant adds inflation fee to checks

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RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Walking into the Hayes Barton Cafe and Dessertery is like an actual episode of “Cheers.”

Photos of longtime clients and their families line the walls.

Co-owner Frank Ballard said they owe everything to them and their loyal staff.

“We have a joke here and a story there,” Ballard said. “After 25 years they aren’t even customers anymore, they are family and we couldn’t do it without them,” he said.

Hayes Barton Cafe and Dessetery has faced one hurdle after another over the past few years.

During the pandemic, they have not been able to move to outdoor seating like other businesses because the outdoor sidewalk is too narrow. This meant they had switched to curbside pickup only.

“The goal was to get through COVID. Our sales are down about 25% during COVID,” Frank Ballard said.

Frank Ballard said the restaurant was able to keep its employees.

Now they face inflation rates like never before.

“It’s like punches. You can only take a small portion of the body punches, and we thought, just give it a try and see how it goes,” he said.

Co-owner Marget Ballard said the past two years have been the toughest yet.

“Even more than when we opened the restaurant,” said Marget Ballard. She said they were seeing a 9-10% increase in procurement costs across the board.

“We absorbed it for quite a while and just realized we couldn’t handle it anymore and continue what we were doing,” Marget Ballard said.

That’s why they add a 3% fee to each check.

“Covering the total cost would be 10%, but for me that would be far too drastic. Three percent covers the bases,” Marget Ballard said.

It’s hard to stay afloat as a small business when the price of everything keeps going up.

“Chains get things in bulk, get discounted prices, and we pay week to week. It’s tough,” Frank Ballard said.

Hayes Barton Cafe has tried to make adjustments to the menu where they can. They switched from crab cakes to roast salmon cakes when the price of crab went up.

They considered raising the cost of all their dishes, but due to supply chain issues, prices and availability are unpredictable.

This would force the company to reprint menus every week, which would cost them even more in the long run.

The Ballards said that 3% fee is the most important thing that can help them right now.

“Once prices stabilize, we will get rid of that. We certainly will,” Frank Ballard said.

Here’s how a greener Starbucks will reward you for reusing your cup

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Starbucks addressed sustainability issues in a three-part statement Tuesday that targets reusable cups on the carry options its customers use when brewing coffee.

By next year, Starbucks customers will be able to use their own personal reusable cups in the United States and Canada, including in cafes, drive-thru and when opting for mobile ordering and payment. Starbucks sells 4 million coffee drinks worldwide per day. The chain registers 60 million customers every week, but that trails coffee drinkers and those who buy food and goods.

The company has conducted tests across the United States to see how coffee drinkers respond to financial incentives and disincentives, such as a 10-cent fee for single-use cups and a 50-cent discount for a cup. reusable.

The goal by 2025 is to give customers easy access to a personal or Starbucks-provided reusable cup for every visit. Coffee chain SBUX predicts a time when 100 million customers a week will all stick to a reusable cup. A borrowed cup replaces up to 30 disposable cups, according to the company.

Single-use cups account for 20% of the company’s waste globally, but its on-the-go format appealing to most customers has resulted in an uphill battle for a full switch to reusable cups. The company uses approximately 7 billion disposable cups each year. Add disposable lids and the cup-lid combo accounts for 40% of company waste.

Starbucks also plans to try new cup washing stations at coffee shops in O’ahu, Hawaii, and on the campus of Arizona State University, but wants to expand its use.

Starbucks has already tested cup borrowing programs in Japan, Singapore and London. In South Korea, the retailer has already pledged to completely phase out single-use cups by 2025.

Read: Starbucks workers at 3 more Buffalo-area stores vote to unionize

The latest round of enduring efforts doesn’t stop there.

In a pilot program beginning this summer, Starbucks and Volvo will create a route from the Colorado Rockies to the Starbucks support center in Seattle with Volvo electric vehicle chargers, powered by ChargePoint CHPT,
+1.26%,
available at up to 15 Starbucks “greener stores” along the way.

“We know that infrastructure is the main reason why customers hesitate or decide not to buy an electric vehicle. Imagine a future where you can fuel your body and your car at Starbucks,” the company said in a statement.

Read: Searches for electric vehicles double as 40-year-high inflation and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine push gasoline prices above $4

Market tracker LMC Automotive expects electric vehicles to account for 34.2% of new vehicle sales in the United States by 2030, all-electric at 30.1% and gasoline plug-in hybrids /electric at 4.1%. Sales of electric vehicles, including plug-in hybrids, accounted for only about 4% of total U.S. vehicle sales in 2021. Yet that doubled from the previous year.

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By 2030, Starbucks hopes to lead the retail industry in decarbonization efforts, including electric vehicle charging and the availability of on-site solar power in stores and adjacent locations, did he declare. The company previously set a goal of halving its waste and carbon emissions from its direct operations by 2030. It ultimately wants to be resource positive, returning excess energy to the power grid, for example.

“We have a bold vision for long-term sustainability and ambitious goals for 2030,” said Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson.

Also on Tuesday, Starbucks launched a waste management and recycling app to help its baristas and other staff navigate increasingly complex, confusing and variable recycling guidelines by city. Wider use of the app for customers could come, but for now it’s intended for Starbucks employees, who actually developed the app.

“Putting items in the right bin has a huge impact on diverting waste from landfill – imagine scanning a single-use item and knowing exactly how and where to dispose of it sustainably?” Starbucks said in its statement.

Read: Here’s the tiny percentage of recycled plastic despite single-use bans, taxes and incentives

Starbucks shares are down 32% year-to-date. Last month, the company cut its earnings outlook for fiscal year 2022. The S&P 500 SPX,
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is down 12% over the same period.

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Global Pod Coffee Machine Market 2022 Trading Standards – Nescafe, Philips Senseo, Keurig, Tassimo – Journal l’Action Régionale

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Dylan Capshaw, 16-year-old entrepreneur and environmental activist, becomes the youngest retail business owner in the United States

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — While making headlines is nothing new to this TIME® magazine, former Nickelodeon “Kid of the Year” finalist, Dylan Capshaw recently announced that it had opened Stemistry – a completely redesigned and reinvented flower shop. Stemistry offers affordable pre-made bouquets made by professional florists, or lets customers design their own custom bouquets using a unique, buildable bouquet bar – pick flowers, pay by the stem, then move on. at an easy design table where free supplies are available to create a floral masterpiece. Situated in Scottsdaleall are invited to attend the Stemistry Opening Event on March 19and, featuring food, live music, goodie bags, free flowers, and local or exotic coffee from Stemistry’s Coffee Lab. Stemistry is the DBA for Dylan’s already thriving online store, GardenVarious.

Dylan holding a bouquet of flowers he made.

“Stemistry is a completely evolved florist for the 21st century,” Dylan said. “If you really look at how flowers are grown, harvested and sold in this country, not much has changed in almost a hundred years – even though flower sales have increased during the pandemic. I’m also very passionate about locally produced food, drink and produce – it’s a recurring theme in most of my businesses. We use local producers whenever we can and nothing enters the store without being personally inspected. »

“I also created the physical store to be a fully immersive experience for those who stop by: with 3D ceiling panels, a grass wall, rare flowers and a full cafe. kinds of drinks, including a deconstructed latte or a coffee with clouds of cotton candy. And you should definitely try our Kopi Luwak brew – we’re one of the only stores in the state to sell it. It’s known as the most expensive coffee in the world and the story behind how they scoop the beans is, well, pretty unusual and cool – just ask!”

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Abolish Vancouver snipping fee and replace with provincial filing, group demands

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A Vancouver nonprofit is calling on the province to expand its container deposit program to cover single-use cups.

The Binner Project supports the city’s bottle and can collection community. It holds an annual event called “Coffee Cup Revolution,” reimbursing binners for a “deposit” on cups collected.

The group is renewing its call for the city to replace the 25-cent cut fee, which has been criticized as punitive for low-income people.

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City of Vancouver votes to keep single-use cup fees, with some changes

It’s a problem according to Binners project manager Sean Miles that could be eliminated, while retaining the intended environmental benefits of the cup tax, with the same type of deposit applied to bottles and cans.

“It allows people to recoup the cost associated with that deposit and also, I think, has a potentially better ability to ensure that those cups are diverted from the waste stream,” he told Global News.

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According to the city, Vancouverites threw away more than 82 million single-use cups and 89 million plastic bags in 2018 alone.

The city estimates the cost of collecting and disposing of these items to be approximately $2.5 million per year, many of which end up in landfill.


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City of Vancouver stays the course on single-use cup fees – March 3, 2022

Miles said the potential for a drop-off program to keep cups out of landfills is hard to overstate. That could apply province-wide, not just in Vancouver, he added.

Binners in the city of Vancouver alone collected nearly 100,000 cups in three hours at their Coffee Cup Revolution event last fall.

“It allows them that additional revenue stream, as we have seen with the recent rollout of milk containers added to the refundable system. It is an additional source of income.

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With millions of coffee cups thrown away in Vancouver each year, advocates are pushing for a refund deposit system

The province added a 10-cent deposit on containers of milk and milk alternatives in February.

Deposits and refunds in British Columbia are a provincial responsibility, mandated under the BC Recycling Regulation and administered by Encorp, an industry-led not-for-profit organization. They cover “ready to drink” beverages, including soft drinks, sports drinks and beer, wine and spirits.

Global News has asked the Department of the Environment for comment on the cup deposit proposal.


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Questions raised about Vancouver’s single-use plastic program – January 5, 2022

Earlier this month, the City of Vancouver changed disposable cup fees to address some criticism of the initiative.

Under the modified program, beverages offered free of charge will no longer be charged the 25-cent fee. Food vendors will be legally required to accept reusable cups by July 1.

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City staff have also been ordered to report back next year with a strategy to mandate a reusable cup option for dine-in diners and a roadmap for a possible reusable cup sharing program in city ​​scale.

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Ministry of Culture’s decision to ‘Saudi Coffee Year’ brews local talent

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JEDDAH: Coffee lovers, investors, universities and business executives attended a specialized exhibition in Jeddah on Saturday and Sunday.

The Chocolate and Coffee exhibition also hosted the Latte Art Championship, which kicked off on Saturday with 30 competitors each making their coffee creation in 10 minutes and showcasing their best efforts to experts.

Sunday brought together the final 10 competitors, with the winner to be announced tonight.

Specialty Coffee Association head judge and certified trainer Fahad Al-Thubyani said the aim of the competition was to encourage baristas to develop their skills in the art of foaming.

“To present a beautiful cup of coffee and, at the same time, teach them not to waste milk by creating art,” he told Arab News, adding that the Culture Ministry’s decision to dubbing 2022 “the year of Saudi coffee” was good news for the sector.

“For us in the coffee market, this decision to designate this year as the Year of Saudi Coffee – the industry has been growing since 2018, and we (the coffee sector) are currently one of the biggest markets in growth in the world,” said Al-Thubyani. “The decision of the Ministry of Culture comes at the right time and we are developing in this field. We have a lot of talent and experience in this market, and we are competitive at the International scale.

Filipino visual judge Phillip Solera applauded Saudi baristas’ deep interest in coffee making.

“Now there are a lot of talented Saudi baristas and I feel they are eager to learn more and gain more knowledge about specialty coffee, and now they are good at the art of latte,” Solera told Arab News. “As a visual judge, we will see the appearance of the latte art pattern, the difficulties, the harmony, the size, the contrast of textures and colors, the overall appeal of the coffee.”

Najeeb Jiddawi, head of the expo’s media center, said the expo was aligned with the ministry’s decision to designate 2022 as the Saudi Year of Coffee.

“We were very keen to bring together investors, businessmen, exporters, manufacturers and coffee visitors,” he told Arab News. “It is about exchanging expertise, information, in addition to inviting entities in the education sector such as King Abdulaziz University and the University of Jeddah to present to them the most important elements of this industry.”

Saudi competitor Suhail Al-Badrani was the 2021 latte art winner in Medina and has been drawing with foam for three years.

He developed an interest in coffee making during lockdown.

“It started as a hobby at home, but then I branched out and got into the coffee-making business,” he told Arab News. “I developed a lot in this area and I received international accreditation, then I participated in a championship last year and won first place. I hope it will be my second time. L he Ministry of Culture’s interest in this field gave people like me the boost I needed to develop further.

Rep. Nicole Lowen: Support local farmers by fixing Hawaii’s coffee labeling law

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Kona coffee is a world-renowned specialty product grown on the island of Hawaii, with a rich cultural heritage tied to Hawaii’s history. It is difficult to cultivate, limited in quantity, expensive and special.

Other regions, states and countries maintain strong protections for their designations of geographical origin, which guarantee the quality and authenticity of their regional products. For example, Idaho potatoes cannot be called Idaho potatoes if they are not actually 100% Idaho potatoes.

The same goes for Vermont maple syrup and French Champagne wine, to name a few.

This is not the case in Hawaii, where we allow the use of our treasured geographical origin names to market products as something they are not. The name of geographical origin of a specialty product such as Kona coffee should not be used on products that are not representative of the region, that do not reflect the quality or value that people expect, and that do not contain than 10% Kona coffee.

Under Hawaiian law, we allow the sale of coffee blends containing only 10% Kona coffee – one in every 10 coffee beans, an amount that cannot be detected in a taste test. blind – under the name Kona. The labeling law requires that the “10%” be indicated on the label. Some argue that the important thing is truth in labeling and that consumers know what they are buying. But the reality is that we know these labels mislead people. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t be used.

Deception is the goal: using the Kona or Kau or Hawaii name on coffee that isn’t 90% coffee, then reselling it for a higher price by exploiting the good reputation of real Hawaiian coffee to increase the amount of money mixers can win. on imported coffee beans by passing them off as a boutique local product.

While this increases profits for coffee importers, it lowers the price of authentic, locally grown coffee beans, reduces incomes for hard-working local farmers, and exports the economic benefits of our coffee industry out of state instead of keep dollars in the local economy.

A legislative solution

House Bill 1517 proposes to increase the required percentage from 10% to 51%. For many years coffee growers have fought to get 100%, so this bill represents a compromise reached in the hope of moving the needle in the right direction.

In the hearings this bill has had so far in the 2022 legislative session, every farmer who submitted testimony was in favor – all of them. Opposition has come from mainland-owned blenders (“Hawaii Coffee Company”), retailers and restaurants who want to be able to offer a product that appears to be locally produced and claim that they are an establishment that supports local farmers, without having to to pay or charge their customers the higher cost to actually support local farmers.

Hawaii Grown Big Island Kona Coffee Farm
Kona coffee grown on the Big Island has a lot of brand recognition, but a state law allows the product to be diluted with other beans. Ku’u Kauanoe/Civil Beat/2022

It is time for the Legislative Assembly to listen to farmers to find out what is best for them, not other self-interested entities who claim to be able to tell us what they think is the better for farmers.

Opponents of changes to coffee labeling laws have argued that inflation and rising costs to consumers mean we should not pass this bill because it would prevent low-income citizens from being able to offer Kona coffee. But the legislature has no obligation to make a specialty product affordable rather than helping the local farmers who grow it.

While the Legislature has a duty to ensure that our citizens have access to food, water, shelter, and more, gourmet specialty coffee is not on that list. The Legislature has an obligation to support our local farmers, not undermine them with state law that devalues ​​their authentic, locally grown products.

Coffee importers also sometimes claim that if they stop buying Kona coffee for blends, the coffee cherry will remain unsold and unused. However, we have seen this refuted over the past few years.

The pandemic has caused a huge drop in blend sales due to a lack of tourists, but coffee cherry prices are at an all-time high and demand has not waned. The Hawaiian coffee market has changed dramatically over the past two decades, and many growers are now able to sell their harvests directly to the consumer through online sales.

Global demand for 100% Kona coffee far exceeds supply and the value of the crop is at an all-time high. Hawaii’s coffee growers have one of the highest production costs in the world, due in part to labor shortages, inflationary pressures, and the threat of invasive species on the island.

Inflation, supply chain issues, labor shortages – these are all arguments why our farmers need our support now more than ever, not arguments why we should continue to allow 10 blends %.

It is time for the Legislative Assembly to listen to farmers to find out what is best for them.

Questions were also raised during a hearing on HB 1517 about enforcement challenges and the lack of technological capacity in the state to test roast and blended coffees to determine authenticity. Coffee blend law enforcement does not depend on DNA or other testing technologies – there are ways to determine if coffee counterfeiting is occurring without these tests.

Moreover, the simple act of passing a law that increases the minimum percentage will have a huge effect on the market, regardless of enforcement capacity, because all but a few bad actors will choose to comply with the law and will not risk the consequences of a violation.

So, while the legislature should also support funding for additional staff and equipment to aid in the enforcement of coffee labeling laws, lack of enforcement capacity is not a valid argument against enactment. of a stronger law. It’s a red herring.

Coffee labeling bills have been introduced and have not been passed by the Legislative Assembly for decades. For too many years, the Legislature has failed to act in the best interests of Hawaii’s coffee growers, to support Hawaii-grown produce, and to protect our local economy.

In the last two years of the pandemic, there has been more talk than ever about supporting local agriculture. This year, it’s time to do more than just talk and empty words. It is time for this law to be passed.

Breakroom Coffee Services Market Volume, 2026 Status, Growth, Opportunities – Compass Group, Farmer Brothers, Aramark Refreshment Services, Westrock Coffee, Convenience Solutions (Sodexo) and Keurig Dr Pepper

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Everything New at Six Flags Great Adventure for 2022

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JACKSON – Big improvements are coming Six Flags Great Adventure for the 2022 season.

It’s the largest lineup of improvements in the parks’ nearly 50-year history, including new restaurants, rides, animal experiences and events.

Guests will see beautification and modernization efforts throughout the theme park and Wild Safari, according to a statement from the park. Details include increased capacity at rides, food service and admissions.

One of the novelties of 2022 will delight thrill seekers with the return of “Medusa”. The seven-loop roller coaster was unveiled in 1999 as the world’s first floorless, top-rail roller coaster. The ride was renamed Bizarro a decade later. But, now in 2022, it will return to its original form with a new color palette logo and a gold rush-era backstory.

Wild Safari Giraffe Encounter Tour from a Truck (Robie Capps/Courtesy Six Flags)

Wild Safari Giraffe Encounter Tour from a Truck (Robie Capps/Courtesy Six Flags)

Sawyer the White Rhino (Courtesy of Six Flags)

Sawyer the White Rhino (Courtesy of Six Flags)

For young thrill-seekers, the park will offer eight rides, all perfect for parents to enjoy with little ones like the Lil’ Devil Coaster, the kid-friendly counterpart to Jersey Devil Coaster.

The Wild Safari welcomes three new giraffe calves, a new male rhino and a range of spring babies. The Wild Safari Drive-Thru adventure will also feature a new audio tour that customers can stream from any mobile device.

The new “Giraffe Encounter” VIP Safari Tour is an off-road adventure on military-style open-top trucks with tour guides through seven sections of the Wild Safari. The interesting part is that guests will have the opportunity to hand feed the giraffes.

Courtesy of Six Flags

Courtesy of Six Flags

Barnstormer (Courtesy Six Flags)

Barnstormer (Courtesy Six Flags)

To reduce wait times, unique ride lines will allow rides to operate with the maximum number of guests.

To enhance the customer experience through increased line speed and efficiency, Six Flags will transition its Q-bot Flash Pass to Q Smart mobile technology. With the push of a button, customers will be able to spend less time in queues.

Six Flags will also expand its culinary options with freshly roasted rotisserie chicken added to the menu at Granny’s, which also benefits from an all-new interior. Sweet Treats will add freshly brewed coffee creations.

Sawyer the White Rhino (Courtesy of Six Flags)

Sawyer the White Rhino (Courtesy of Six Flags)

Green paint on the Medusa trail (Courtesy Six Flags)

Green paint on the Medusa trail (Courtesy Six Flags)

New pavilions, electric vehicle charging stations and a Summer Vibes festival where guests can immerse themselves in a kaleidoscope of color from July 16 through August 14 round out the many new improvements at Six Flags this season.

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Best Cafes and Cafes Near NJ Beaches

When it comes to food, New Jersey is known for many things such as pizza and pork roll. Don’t count us out when it comes to coffee.

With all the hustle and bustle of the average New Jersey resident’s day, coffee is essential. It doesn’t matter if you live in the towns of North Jersey or the vacation spots by the sea.

In fact, as the former owner of two Jersey Shore cafes, Coffee Dot Comedy in Sea Isle City and the Daily Grind in Ocean Grove, I know firsthand how much Jersey Shore people love their Coffee.

In that regard, I asked my social media to follow where the best cafes on the Jersey Shore were, especially since both of my locations no longer exist.

Here’s what they found. (And see this other article for their cafe and cafe recommendations for central Jersey.)

What is the cup of coffee and how does it improve your morning cup of java: Andrew Coppolino

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Victoria Kent has owned Yeti Cafe in Kitchener for 10 years and serves her loyal customers coffee grown on a small farm in Nicaragua. Recently, however, she has started roasting these coffee beans herself.

“Roasting looked fun, and I thought I’d give it a try and if I like it, I’ll keep going,” Kent said.

At the same time, Kent recognized that she could save her business money.

“I crunched the numbers and realized we could save between $10,000 and $15,000 a year if we roast our own coffee beans.”

“We pay about $4.30 a pound for green beans. Roasted, many people pay $9 to $11 for roasted coffee. You can imagine over a year, that would be a lot,” Kent said.

Kent learned the coffee roasting trade from the fledgling KW Coffee Collective, founded by retired geologist Ron Donaldson. So far she has done three roasting sessions and roasted just over 100 kilograms of beans.

The KW Coffee Collective has been operating for three months as a roasting facility and de facto center for coffee education. It is located in a former rope factory in a commercial plaza at the corner of Charles and Ottawa streets in Kitchener.

A table is set for the coffee tasting event. (Andrew Coppolino/CBC)

Donaldson describes the collective as a “You Brew” for roasting coffee and “a welcoming place” for the coffee community to come together and learn from each other.

“It’s a place for people who want to start roasting their own beans for a brand of coffee they can retail, or roasting their own coffee for their coffee,” Donaldson said.

For coffee retailers, investing in commercial roasting equipment, Donaldson says, would easily cost thousands of dollars. It helps coffee retailers in their search for a roast that will appeal to their customers.

“They are ultimately looking for a flavor that the consumer will identify with or be familiar with. In coffee, you are looking for balance, lack of bitterness, lack of acidity and a bit of sweetness” , did he declare.

Precisely 96°C water is added to a scoop of freshly ground coffee as part of the coffee tamping process. (Andrew Coppolino/CBC)

Look for high-quality beans from ethical sources

Donaldson, a lifelong coffee enthusiast, says the collective coffee model has only been around for a decade; there are 15 to 20 such collectives in the world and two in Canada — the other is in Montreal.

The Collective’s Coffee Director, Shelby Merrithew, teaches and helps members achieve the flavor profile of the roast they want.

At a recent coffee event at the Collective, a dozen coffee shops and roasters were in attendance, including The Yeti Cafe, Matter of Taste and Smile Tiger, as well as Cavan Coffee from Guelph and Black Sheep Coffee Roasters from Welland.

For specialty coffees, buyers are looking for high-quality beans that are straight from the farmer, ethical and sustainable. When sourcing these beans, the selection process followed by buyers, roasters, retailers and baristas is a strict process called “coffee cupping,” a practice believed to have begun in the late 1800s.

By the end of the 1990s, the cup of coffee had become standardized. Now, in accordance with guidelines and procedures established by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA), cafe owners and roasters inspect and rate green coffee beans and their roasted versions and rate them on a scale of 100.

Using a Specialty Coffee Association chart that resembles an electrical circuit diagram, the coffee mugs work through a checklist of physical, taste and smell characteristics.

Those attending the event take notes using special forms. (Andrew Coppolino/CBC)

They examine unroasted green beans and check that they are whole, undamaged and relatively uniform in size for roasting; they then smell a roasted version of the beans for fragrance.

Then the beans are ground to a precise standard weight and placed in a bowl into which a precisely measured amount of water at 96°C is poured.

After the coffee has steeped in the water for four minutes, the coffee cups “break” with their spoon the fleur de marc which has risen to the top of the bowl. This freshly broken coffee is then evaluated for its aroma, and after about 10 minutes, tasters take a sip.

Slurping is the key: the technique involves drawing the coffee from the spoon with a rapid inhalation of air with pursed lips, like a flautist would. The zipper-like tearing sound it creates is harsh, and when five or six coffee cups do it simultaneously, it creates a cacophony of coffee cups.

When all the components of the Specialty Coffee Association sheet are rated, coffee tasters rate the coffee out of 100.

Professional coffee mugs often have their own special teaspoons.

Roaster Shelby Merrithew and his special coffee spoon. (Andrew Coppolino/CBC)

Phong Tran from Kitchener’s Matter of Taste has a sleek, matte black spoon that he says has the right shape for evaporation, and the titanium dissipates heat quickly so you won’t burn your tongue.

Merrithew, a self-taught coffee roaster, has a sort of psychedelic rainbow-colored spoon that she uses to demonstrate how to test coffee.

“It’s spoon deep, so you can get a good spoonful of coffee and you can sip it,” Merrithew said. “It’s nice to air on your tongue.”

Interest in “basic” coffee is growing

Cities are full of cafes selling both the “staple” coffee found in national chains and grocery stores and the fewer but beloved specialty coffee shops and roasters, along with the premium coffee they are brewing – and they are noisily testing in the coffee cups.

Donaldson sees the KW Coffee Collective as a way to grow the collective and help small businesses thrive.

Phong Tran of Kitchener’s Matter of Taste cafe takes notes during the tasting event. (Andrew Coppolino/CBC)

Surveys from the Specialty Coffee Association indicate that around 85% of the population drinks basic coffee, but that’s changing, according to Donaldson, and that means louder sipping will tell the tale.

“Each year we see that there is more and more interest in specialty coffee as people become more aware of where their coffee really comes from and the story behind it. “, did he declare.

Waterloo Coffee roaster reopens as retail | The star

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WATERLOO — After redefining their business, Kevin and Tawnie Reed have reopened Reed’s Roasters, doing business as Three Bean Coffee Company, at 280 N. Wayne St.

The micro-small-batch coffee roaster has grown from a wholesale operation supplying cafes and restaurants to a retail business offering customers a variety of on-premises roasted coffee beans.

The Reeds opened their business in Auburn in 2015 and operated there for a year before moving to their current location in Waterloo, which was formerly Waterloo City Hall and municipal offices.

The company continued to operate as a wholesale supplier for about a year, roasting coffee beans on site.

“We were selling retail at the time. We have decided that we value this more than wholesale. We decided to redefine the business, so we suspended operations for what we thought would be about a year,” explained Kevin Reed.

This was extended due to family needs.

“And then COVID hit,” Reed said, “so one year turned into four years.”

The Reeds reopened three weeks ago and, although traffic is currently slow, they believe their niche business will attract local and out-of-town customers.

The Reeds get their beans from one source – South Bend’s Theta Ridge – and roast them in a roaster they purchased from US Roaster of Oklahoma.

The roaster has a 25-pound capacity and a 20-pound outlet. The roasting process takes 12 minutes. When the beans reach the target temperature, they’re dropped into a cooling pan to cool about 400 degrees to room temperature, Kevin Reed said.

Explaining their journey into the coffee roasting business, Kevin Reed said, “We really love coffee. We love the different attributes and nuances of different coffee varieties. We really want to do it just to share our excitement with other people… We just did it for fun really.

“I love coffee. I love the smell and the taste…I drink it for the taste,” Tawnie Reed said.

“I think a lot of people find a simple pleasure, if you will, in making a cup of coffee and sitting down and enjoying that cup of coffee,” Kevin Reed added.

“A lot of people will do this as just the fun of a process.”

With the help of the couple’s youngest grandchild, Tawnie Reed remodeled the storefront of the business, making it more conducive to having customers on the premises.

“We really enjoy working one-on-one with retail customers,” Kevin Reed said.

Scope of French press market by 2030

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coffee specialist in Peoria – The Bradley Scout

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Thirty-Thirty Coffee Co. is located at 734 Main Street in downtown Peoria. Photo by Madelyn Norman.

The coffee belt is an area between 30 degrees north and 30 degrees south of the equator, where specialty coffee is produced and distributed worldwide.

This region became the naming inspiration for thirty-thirtya local cafe in Peoria dedicated to providing quality beverages as well as experiences.

Thirty-Thirty thrives with a simple menu design that features house beverages as well as treats from local businesses. Fresh pastries are delivered daily by Ardor Breads and Provisions, and the coffee is sourced directly from ethical farms. According to owner Steve Elmore, the store’s top priority is to provide high quality service to everyone who visits.

“We love to recognize those who are doing great things here in central Illinois,” Elmore said. “We love being a hub that shows Peoria has a lot to offer.”

Thirty-Thirty offers a welcoming environment filled with natural light and comfortable seating, for those who choose to study or chat with friends inside. At the counter, baristas are open to questions from curious customers about the process of preparing and making coffee.

“We’ve always based our approach on customer service, interior design, layout and community outreach,” Elmore said. “At the end of the day, we want specialty coffee to be accessible.”

Sophomore Lydia Williamson regularly visits Thirty-Thirty to enjoy both the surroundings and the drinks when she has time between classes.

“I love the atmosphere and the comfort of being there,” said animation specialist Williamson. “The baristas are always so nice and remember me, so I always feel welcome.”

Thirty-Thirty prides itself on a welcoming environment with natural lighting, comfortable seating and friendly workers. Photo by Madelyn Norman.

In addition, the coffee shop develops seasonal coffees, called “signatures”, which play with unique flavor profiles, such as rosemary lavender latte or ginger molasses latte. According to Elmore, customer beverage requests are always appreciated and highly considered.

To make specialty coffee tasting more accessible, the owners have implemented a new ordering system that allows customers to order online and pick up drinks at the counter upon arrival. Customers can select a time slot to pick up their order and pay online.

Open for over a decade, Thirty-Thirty has faced a host of challenges, with the COVID-19 pandemic being the most recent. Like other small businesses, the store had to adapt.

“In some cases, COVID has strained relationships because we’re one of the few companies strictly enforcing mask mandates on this most recent wave,” Elmore said. “In other cases, it strengthened relationships with those who knew their safety was important to us.”

Thirty-Thirty’s wholesale business has grown significantly over the past two years as there has been strong demand for products and services to support growing small stores.

“It gave us the opportunity to work with a lot of amazing people and help them realize their vision when starting a new business,” Elmore said. “We’ve been fortunate to see consistent growth in this area.”

Thirty-Thirty Coffee Co. is located at 734 Main Street and is open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

‘It’s not worth it’: Rising gas prices force drivers to work for less than minimum wage | California

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By Tuesday afternoon, Lyft driver Elida Zabaleta had earned $100 in the five hours she spent ferrying passengers through the city of San Jose. With California’s gas prices soaring, she’d have to use more than half of that to cover the day’s fuel, leaving her with only $45.

Rising gas prices have made a difficult job all the more difficult, Zabaleta said, forcing him to spend more time behind the wheel to earn enough money to live in one of the most expensive cities. from the country.

Gas prices in the United States have hit record highs in recent weeks, in part due to fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine after being high for months. California drivers pay the most in the country, at an average of $5.57 a gallon, according to AAA.

Rising prices are hitting gig workers particularly hard, as fuel accounts for a large portion of their daily expenses. Uber and Lyft drivers, already struggling after the pandemic hit both wages and working conditions, say paying more at the pump means they have to spend more time driving to get the same level of pay. Some spend over 60 hours a week working, and some say driving just isn’t profitable anymore.

Zabaleta, who drove for Lyft for two years and also works as an organizer with Gig Workers Rising, paid $5.20 a gallon to fill up this week. During that time, factoring in the cost of gas, his income was about $9 an hour, well below San Jose’s $16.20 minimum wage. Zabaleta regularly spends up to 50 hours a week behind the wheel, taking only one day off, and working more to cover rising costs.

Even before gas prices started to rise, wages were becoming increasingly unpredictable for Lyft, she said. She previously drove five days a week, but with fewer passengers during the pandemic and fewer Lyft bonuses, Zabaleta had to add an extra workday to her week in order to maintain the same level of income, she said. . Companies such as Lyft aren’t doing enough to help drivers, she said.

“This job should be something the worker should enjoy doing – it’s high risk work and we put our lives on the line every day,” she said.

Other drivers said that without increased wages or other support from ride-sharing companies to help ease the burden of fuel costs, driving will no longer be worth it.

Rondu Gantt started working as a ride-hailing driver in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2018 to supplement his income, but began driving full-time after his teaching job exhausted him. Since then, wages have only fallen, he said, and without the bonuses offered by the companies, the work would not be profitable at all.

U.S. gasoline prices have hit record highs in recent weeks, and California drivers are paying the most in the country. Photography: Ringo Chiu/Zuma Press Wire/Rex/Shutterstock

“We’re at the point where we need companies to pay bonuses every week just to make work sustainable,” said Gantt, who is also a Gig Workers Rising organizer. The normal rate of pay is too low, he said, so in addition to driving during the day, he regularly returns to the road at night when surge pricing is in effect.

The high gas price made the job harder, Gantt said. “My costs are higher, my salary is the same, so I lose money. It is a mathematical reality,” he said.

Benjamin Valdez, who drives part-time for Uber and Lyft in Los Angeles and works as an organizer with Rideshare Drivers United, said he hadn’t driven in two weeks due to high gas prices. When fuel prices rise, drivers stay on the road longer in an attempt to make a profit, he said, which means there is more competition for journeys.

The loss of income is hard on his family, Valdez said, but with gas prices as high as they are and more drivers on the road, he would lose money driving. “I only drive when it’s profitable, which is rare these days,” he said.

California Governor Gavin Newsom said he would offer a tax refund to help drivers in the state deal with rising costs at the pump. Drivers are also hoping to see companies such as Lyft and Uber take action to help them weather the high prices, which experts say are likely to continue for months.

Rideshare organizers Drivers United are asking rideshare companies to increase compensation and “set fares fairly and equitably because of our rising costs,” said part-time Uber driver and organizer Daniel Russell. at RDU.

When asked if Lyft would offer additional support to drivers as fuel costs rise, Lyft spokesperson CJ Macklin said it has taken concrete steps to help, including a program fuel reimbursement scheme managed in partnership with GetUpside. Macklin also said U.S. drivers are now seeing higher average hourly wages than a year ago, even with high fuel prices, as more drivers return to the platform. Uber did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Vitalii Konstantinov, who drives for Uber in San Diego and works with Rideshare Drivers United, said rising costs forced him to dip into his family’s budget and cancel a trip to Disneyland he had planned for his birthdays. young children. He is actively looking for other jobs.

“It’s not worth driving for Uber anymore,” he said.

Gantt said he was also considering leaving the industry.

“It’s not viable for me to feel comfortable in this industry right now. I feel the vulnerability. I see how much I rely on them to give me a bonus, I see how much the rate is low,” he said. “I can’t work 16 hours a day. I’m going to burn myself out. It’s physically demanding to be tired, to drink coffee, not to rest and drive morning and evening.

Inflation is expected to hit its highest level in 14 years

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Inflation is expected to hit a 14-year high as the war in Ukraine has a global impact on the global economy.

Petrol prices in Australia are expected to reach $2.50 in the coming weeks, with the cost of other everyday items likely to rise as well.

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A survey of A big switch and Frugl looked at every product on the shelves of Coles and Woolworths supermarkets, comparing prices from a year ago to today.

“What we’ve found is that some categories have risen much more than the official data suggests,” financial expert Joel Gibson told Today.

While alcoholic beverage prices have gone up, Joel said soft drinks are among the highest inflated prices because of the ingredients in them.

“If you buy a two-litre Fanta from Coles, that’s a 94% increase,” Joel said.

“Because of the ingredients that go into soft drinks and coffee in particular, they’ve increased over the last year.

“Due to a shortage of fertilizers in some parts of the world, coffee is more expensive.”

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Joel said meat and pantry products also saw jumps with diced beef and basic ground beef up 22% and 14%.

Canola and vegetable oils, baked beans and canned spaghetti were up 21%.

“If you buy a lot of pop, instant coffee, baked beans, and ground beef, your grocery bill has gone up double digits over the last year,” Joel said.

“We are not told that.”

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“This is just another example of how we think this doesn’t tell the whole cost-of-living story,” Joel said.

“With grocery bills, it’s very difficult to track what you’re spending from week to week. You’re not necessarily buying the same basket of goods every week.

“It’s very insidious to see how it increases over time.”

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4 Bay Area students among Zamora scholars

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Four Bay Area students are among the latest group to receive Pedro Zamora Young Leaders Scholarships from the National AIDS Memorial Grove.

The $5,000 scholarships provide financial support for the academic aspirations of young activists working to advance health and social justice in their communities, according to a press release from the AIDS Grove, located in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.

The scholarship is named in honor of Zamora, the late educator, activist, and reality television pioneer who died in 1994 of an AIDS-related illness.

Two students are from UC Berkeley – Olivia Freidenreich and Peter Pham. Freidenreich is a freshman at Cal and is exploring the intersection between literature, art and social justice at the College of Humanities and Science, according to a press release. She advocated for her peers for Planned Parenthood and spoke with other high school students at Sen. Anthony Portantino’s (D-Pasadena) annual HIV/AIDS summit.

She also worked as an intern for the Law Enforcement Accountability Unit at the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office, which tracked shootings and deaths in custody. Freudenreich plans to continue its work at the convergence of criminal justice, reproductive health and art.

“By connecting with other advocates and artists, I realized that my motivation to do this type of work was more than a hobby,” she said. “It’s a fierce passion that I will carry with me into the future.”

Pham is a transfer student from a community college to Cal, where he is studying public health and molecular environmental biology. His goal is to become a public health physician. Her work draws on community organizing and advocacy to address the discrimination and shame faced by LGBTQ+ and HIV-positive people. He was a pediatric COVID vaccine researcher for Pfizer.

“I hope to continue the fight against HIV/AIDS on the scientific front in addition to the legislative front,” he said.

Leo Parrott is a scholar attending the University of San Francisco. They are in their second year and enrolled in the USF nursing program. Parrott has worked in healthcare as a medical assistant providing services including sexually transmitted infection testing, PrEP management and hormone replacement therapy. Outside of work, they have participated in gender-nonconforming, transgender-focused peer support groups at the Pacific Center for Human Growth in Berkeley and the Transgender District in San Francisco.

“As a patient and provider, my experiences within the healthcare system have confirmed the current need for competent LGBTQ+ care,” they said.

Jashui Zarate Torres is a freshman at the Dominican University of San Rafael. She plans to become a psychiatrist with a focus on research and advocacy for immigrant rights. She served as an intern for the Southwest Suburban Immigrant Project and a community health worker during the COVID-19 pandemic to help distribute quality resources and translation services to those in need.
“My involvement in activism comes from a passion in my heart and a desire to see true liberation for all,” she said.

The other recipients are: Liggera Edmonds-Allen, a student at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh; Evan Gates, a sophomore at the University of Miami in Ohio; Treasure Joiner, a freshman at Tulane University in New Orleans; Espoir Ledieu, senior at Arizona State University’s WP Carey School of Business; Craig McFarland, sophomore at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts; Aisha Tipnis, a student at Brown University in Rhode Island; and Andrea Volcan, senior at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.

The scholarships are provided by Gilead Sciences, Inc. and other partners, the AIDS grove said. Since 2009, over $410,000 in scholarships have been awarded to 112 students.

High school and college students can apply for the upcoming Zamora scholarships here. The deadline is July 15.

SF Masking Updates
Starting March 18, San Francisco city officials will strongly recommend, but not require, that people wear masks at city facilities, while face coverings are still required at courthouses. , according to two press releases.

In accordance with state guidelines, indoor masking will no longer be required in City Hall and City facilities beginning next Friday. These include libraries, recreation centers, offices and other city-run service sites, according to a press release from the city administrator’s office. However, as the San Francisco Department of Public Health has advised, it is strongly recommended that unvaccinated individuals, in particular, continue to wear masks indoors.

Masks are still needed in health care settings, congregational facilities like correctional facilities and homeless shelters, and long-term care facilities.

Federal and state laws continue to require masks on public transportation.

Meanwhile, the San Francisco Superior Court announced that face coverings will remain mandatory in all courthouses.

“The health and safety of the public remains our top priority,” Presiding Judge Samuel K. Feng said. “We will continue to monitor health and safety guidelines, but at this stage we will proceed with caution and continue our policy of requiring masks for all who enter our courts.”

The court will reschedule or postpone hearing dates, if necessary, to accommodate those who are ill due to COVID-19, the statement said.

SF launches “Be the Jury” pilot program
San Francisco this week launched the “Be the Jury” pilot program at San Francisco Superior Court, which will compensate low-to-moderate income jurors $100 a day for their jury service. The program was created with the goal of establishing juries that more reflect San Francisco’s diverse communities, according to a joint press release from the Public Defender’s Office, the District Attorney’s Office and the SF Financial Justice Project.

Prospective jurors will now receive information about the pilot program with their jury summons. Judges will also notify potential jurors when they arrive for jury service, the statement said.
To learn more about the program, call 311 or visit website (click on “jury report instructions”).

Fluid to hold a queer cafe conference
Fluid Cooperative Cafe, a trans-owned cafe in the Tenderloin, will hold its Queer Coffee conference March 25-27 at the 332 Golden Gate Avenue store in San Francisco.

The conference, which is free, will feature keynote speeches from the biggest queer coffee icons, according to an email announcement. A three-part workshop program based on coffee, entrepreneurship and event management, as well as two “coffee shots” organized in collaboration with Glitter Cat will also be offered.

In the announcement, organizers said “the conference came about after Fluid members noticed the coffee industry’s lack of safe and inclusive events for queer and trans people.”
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Alameda supe launches young nurturers project
Alameda County Supervisor Dave Brown announced that his office is looking for 10 former youth adoptees who can design and deliver a guaranteed income program for former youth adoptees in the county.

Young leaders will conduct a needs assessment, research guaranteed income programs and develop a proposal that would support youth development.

Brown, who was appointed to the District 3 board seat following the death last year of former supervisor Wilma Chan, said in an email announcement that he has long been an advocate for young people in foster and transitional families.

Interested persons should complete a simple request before Tuesday, March 15.

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Christine Ucich creates community space through coffee, volunteering and wellness

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By Jenn McCulloch/Zip06.com • 03/09/2022 08:30 AM EST

Until the end of this month, residents can help fund the restoration of the Old Stone Church steeple while supporting a local business and getting their caffeine fix. For the fourth time, One World Roasters has created a community mix to benefit an organization in East Haven, where store owners Christine Ucich and Eric Ciolino have lived since 2015.

“For me, although it is the church and its building, this building – more than any other building in the city except perhaps the town hall – is a major icon for East Haven, so repairs are really important,” says Christine. “We have to keep this building in good condition for the city.”

After Christine saw the announcement of the needed restoration in the Courier, she contacted Pastor Mark Pilletere, who she said was “very excited” about One World Roasters creating a community blend that profits to the restoration fund. Once Old Stone Coffee Blend was created, members of the church community were invited for a tasting with nearly two dozen attendees.

“They not only got to taste the blend, but also learned about the health benefits of coffee,” says Christine. “The church has a great membership and this has been our most successful community blend to date.”

Community Blends began in 2020 with One World Roasters creating unique blends for each of the three community organizations it supported. The first partnership was with the Shoreline Greenway Trail with a Wintergreen Blend, inspired by the outdoors.

Christine and her husband then created East Haven Strong Coffee Blend with proceeds going to the Town Green Beautification Project. Proceeds from the third mix went to Clean Up East Haven, one of the first groups Christine got involved with after moving to town.

“We always think about community spaces and we really believe in creating spaces and supporting community spaces,” says Christine. “We use the Shoreline Greenway Trail in town and other towns and the green is a beautiful part of town. We want where we are to be a better place for us and for everyone else.

Christine and her husband had lived in town for several years. One World Roasters began after Ciolino fell in love with roasting coffee while visiting Italy. The business started out selling online, but when the couple found the historic North High Street property in East Haven, they saw an opportunity for growth.

Since purchasing the property, the couple have worked to make repairs and improvements, drawing on Ciolino’s experience as a landscaper. They now not only have their on-site roastery, but also a cafe and One World Wellness where Christine teaches Sundo, a type of yoga and meditation practice that originated in Korea. They also live on the property.

With both the cafe and the wellness studio, Christine focuses on “creating space” for the community.

“One World Roasters started with a coffee roaster and a dream,” says Christine. “The cafe is a space where people can come and meet a friend and attend an event and One World Wellness offers a practice space.”

Christine has been involved with Sundo since 1997, initially drawn by her interest in meditation. She worked to get her certificate, which she earned in 2004, went to Korea to become a senior instructor in 2013, and became a teacher in 2018.

“It’s very much like a yoga and meditation practice and is really good for helping you breathe so you have slower, deeper breathing, which is good for your parasympathetic nervous system and puts your body into relaxation mode” , says Christine, who previously taught at West Hartford. “Sundo has a belt system and your posture and breathing change with each level with deeper breathing as you progress through the levels.”

In addition to teaching her classes, Christine volunteers with Sundo International, a Vermont-based non-profit retreat center. She not only works on advertising and with different presenters, but spends time there volunteering during the warmer months.

Christine, who is a member of the Democratic Town Committee, was recently appointed to the East Haven Recreation Commission. She plans to “use my programming background” by working with Liz Franco-Spano, the new director of recreation, to bring new fitness and holistic health programs to the recreation department.

Of course, Christine can also be found at the café of One World Roasters, of which she is the manager. She works closely with the three baristas, who also help with things like marketing, social media and graphic design. The One World Roasters and One World Wellness logo is based on yin yang.

“The logo was born from the idea of ​​unity and the yin yang represents balance and wholeness”, explains Christine. “This applies to our coffee because it is fair trade, organic and helps people throughout the supply chain and to One World Wellness, which tries to bring people back to a calm, relaxed state and achieve peace of mind and feeling satisfied—a feeling of wholeness.

For more information, visit One World Roasters at 967 North High Street or online at www.oneworldroasters.com.

Gen Z gets their first taste of inflation

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TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – We are paying more for everyday things than we have in years. But today’s young generation has never experienced such inflation before.

So what do they think about spending more at Chipotle, Starbucks and gas?

“Just filling up a tank hurts me just to see how much I’m spending. It costs over $50 to fill it up,” says student William Lewis.

“Me being a full time student with all the living expenses and everything, the gas is just too high. Like with some extra change, maybe I want to go to McDonald’s and get a burger or something, but I can’t because I have to spend that extra money on gas,” adds fellow student Justin Anderson.

This has been the thought in the minds of many young people.

“When students enter college, they’re usually under a pretty tight budget constraint,” said Collin Gilstrap, assistant professor of finance at the University of Toledo. “So I think an increase in Starbucks coffee for them is much more felt than it will be when they come out. It’s easy to get them to think about their consumption,” says Gilstrap.

There’s not much anyone can do to drive prices down, but Gilstrap says there’s actually an easy way to hedge against inflation.

“The best thing anyone can do in this business environment is actually start looking for a new job. I mean there’s so much demand for labor right now. Start looking for a better paying job, it will be the fastest way to fight inflation.

And for those who can’t change jobs, it seems like it’s time to cut back on those coffee runs.

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The best coffee machines that do it all

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Limit your expenses and recreate that coffee experience in the comfort of your own kitchen? Consumer Reports reveals which coffee machines deliver espressos, lattes, and cappuccinos — and yes, plain old coffee — right in the comfort of your own home.

Whether it’s a quick espresso or a frothy cappuccino, these everyday coffee drinks can add up.

So nothing beats the ambiance of your favorite cafe, but you can easily recoup the money for those lattes by making them at home. But do these home machines that can make espressos, cappuccinos and more really deliver the same cafe-style drink? Consumer Reports wanted to know.

To see how these machines work, CR testers look at factors like brew speed, temperature, taste, and even how easy each one is to use.

One of CR’s best tests is the DeLonghi Lattissima One Espresso Maker’s Nespresso. It’s pricey at $400 but it can brew coffee, espresso, and cappuccinos and even has a built-in milk frother.

For less money, consider the Ninja Specialty for $170. It can brew hot and iced coffee, lattes, macchiatos and other specialty beverages. It also has an integrated milk frother.

If you’re happy with your current brewing method, there’s another way to improve your home coffee…use a milk frother! Outside of CR labs, Dan has tried many, from hand whips to stand-alone machines.

The Nespresso Aeroccino4 consistently frothed a variety of milks. The $119 price tag is a little steep, but it would make a great gift or a fun new kitchen gadget. If you prefer to keep it basic, you can make a variety of milks with the $20 Aerolatte To-Go.

Keep in mind that different milks produce different froths. Most coffees prefer whole milk for frothing as it creates a nice, easy to work with foam. If you’re avoiding dairy, consider oat milk – it pairs well with the flavors of coffee and foams better than almond or soy.

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Apex-Brasil is sponsoring 12 health-focused Brazilian companies at this year’s Natural Products Expo West conference

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Brazilian companies will showcase their food and non-food product offerings to an audience of nearly 60,000 global industry professionals

ANAHEIM, Calif., March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of Natural Products Expo West 2022 – returning for the first time in person since pre-pandemic 2020 – Apex-Brasil, Brazil’s trade and investment promotion agency, will bring 12 companies based in Brazil to present their unique natural home, beauty and food products at the Brazilian pavilion of the Anaheim Congress Center at Anaheim, California (Booth #1747). Each year, Expo West, which is considered the leading trade show for the natural, organic and healthy products industry, brings together industry leaders, buyers and other professionals, large multinational retailers and small stores freelancers, to discover new products and trends first-hand.

Data from Organis, the Association for the Promotion of Organic and partner of Apex-Brasil, shows that 46% of consumers would like to find more organic, natural and healthy products in their favorite stores and supermarkets. Additionally, the Organic Trade Association (OTA) found that sales of organic food and non-food products in the United States hit an all-time high in 2020, totaling $61.9 billionwhich was the first time the market exceeded $60 billion brand, and early estimates for 2021 indicate that sales remained strong last year.

Liane WerneckApex-Brasil’s industrial project coordinator Miami office, said, “At a time when consumers are demanding healthier options, not only in the food they buy, but also in other products, such as sustainable beauty and home products and even food organic for pets, Brazil is perfectly positioned to seize this market opportunity. We have a solid experience in the production of organic products. We look forward to sharing with Expo West attendees – and American consumers in general – the unique products that are part of from Brazil heritage and come naturally from the country’s diverse environment.

Due to a series of factors identified in a report by ResearchAndMarkets.com, including but not limited to product innovations, the ever-increasing availability of organic products on e-commerce platforms, and the growing number of people interested in leading healthier lifestyles, as evidenced by the aforementioned Organis data, the Brazil the organic food market is expected to reach $4.4 billion by 2025, with a compound annual growth rate of over 20% through 2025. Additionally, as the most biologically diverse country in the world, with nearly 43,020 currently known plant species and many new species discovered each year, Brazil has focused on health offerings derived from native plants and vegetation, making them completely unique and natural.

By Saturday March 12The following Brazilian companies will be exhibiting at the Brazilian pavilion during Expo West, and many of them will be offering free product samples:

  • Acre Nuts specializes in Brazilian nuts grown in the heart of the Amazon rainforest. In addition to being high in calories and protein, Acre Nuts products provide the recommended daily level of magnesium and high concentrations of B vitamins, vitamin E, zinc and fiber.

  • Café 3Corações is one of the flagship coffee brands of Grupo 3Corações and the largest coffee distributor in Brazilcontrolling 26.5% of the consumer coffee market and directly employing over 7,000 people.

  • Jalles Machado exports a wide range of products, including industrial and hydrated ethanol, conventional and organic sugar, yeast, hygiene and cleaning products, electricity and latex. One of their flagship food products is Açúcar Cristal Itajá, a granulated white sugar sold in Brazil and exported worldwide in commercial quantities.

  • Litholife focuses on products containing lithothamnium algae, an organic compound with health benefits. Litholife supplies its products to domestic and external markets, which are safe for use in food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical production, and pet products.

  • Britvic ebba supplies tropical, conventional and organic fruit raw materials – such as pulps at different concentration levels – for the international industrial market. Ebba (or Empresa Brasileira de Bebidas e Alimentos SA) was acquired by Britvic – one of the world’s largest soft drink companies – in 2015.

  • Petruz Fruit harnesses the health benefits of açaí to produce a wide range of products, including organic açaí paste, açaí ice cream and energizing açaí powder. In addition to its retail offerings, Petruz offers wholesale açaí paste and powder for industrial customers.

  • Triunfo Yerba Mate has the largest organic yerba mate, a Brazilian herbal tea, grown in Brazil. In addition to fresh and roasted yerba mate for wholesale and consumer, Triunfo offers powdered and liquid yerba mate extract for the production of food, beverages, cosmetics and medicines.

  • Qualitá Brasil creates high quality mate and tea products. Qualitá Brasil uses an innovative agroforestry system to manage native grasses at all stages in an automated, low-carbon, smoke-free production system. Qualitá Brasil is certified organic by the USDA.

  • Monte Alegre Factory is a pioneer in from Brazil sugar manufacturing sector, paving the way for the production of anti-sulfur sugar to improve product safety and comply with international health regulations. Monte Alegre Factory operates in the retail market under the Açúcar Alegre brand.

  • Sylvestre Natural Ingredients develops, produces and markets natural ingredients and solutions in a sustainable way for the food and beverage, nutrition and health and pet food sectors, with Brazilian ingredients such as teas and spices, superfruits, botanical extracts, oils, milks, etc. .

  • Raizes do field is a health food company offering products including but not limited to specialty chocolates, juices, rice, etc.

  • Horta da Terra makes healthy, natural products from plants found only in the Brazilian Amazon. Products are freeze-dried and powdered, while retaining the unique functional, medicinal and nutritional properties, and can be used in a variety of food and beverage recipes, creative and innovative cooking, including supplements and functional foods .

Brazilian companies at Expo West 2022 represent some of the healthiest indigenous products the country has to offer, with a particular focus on food and beverages. Apex-Brasil considers food and beverages a priority sector and is focused on developing new business relationships to increase Brazilian food and beverage exports to the world. To learn more about Apex-Brasil’s trade sector projects, visit: http://www.apexbrasil.com.br/en/trade-sectors.

About Apex-Brazil
The Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) works to promote Brazilian products and services abroad and attract foreign investment in strategic sectors of the Brazilian economy. Apex-Brasil organizes several initiatives aimed at promoting Brazilian exports abroad. The Agency’s efforts include trade and prospecting missions, business tours, support for the participation of Brazilian companies in major international trade fairs, the organization of technical visits by foreign buyers and opinion to know the Brazilian productive structure, and other selected activities aimed at strengthening the image of the country abroad. Apex-Brasil also plays a leading role in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) to Brazil, working to identify business opportunities, promoting strategic events and providing support to foreign investors willing to allocate resources to Brazil. Apex-Brasil is an agency linked to the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Itamaraty).

Apex-Brasil has two offices in United Statesin Miami, Florida and San Francisco, Californiacovering North America.

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Ruder Finn – PR on behalf of Apex-Brasil in the United States
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Schaerer launches the new Schaerer Coffee Skye at Internorga in Hamburg, Germany

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At Internorga (April 30 to May 04, 2022, Messe Hamburg, hall A4, stand 300), coffee machine manufacturer Schaerer will focus on the individual flexibility of its machines and services in different application scenarios. The absolute highlight of this year’s trade fair presentation: the new Schaerer Coffee Skye will be presented to the public for the first time in Hamburg as part of its launch. The latest family member of the Schaerer coffee machine range is designed for areas with medium demand, including small restaurants, offices or bakeries as well as mobile café concepts for events. As with its big brother, the Schaerer Coffee Soul, the technical equipment and user guidance system of the Schaerer Coffee Skye can be easily adapted to customer needs and applications thanks to the special Select concept. At its stand, Schaerer will also show how the Schaerer “Twin Milk” system can be used to prepare a wide range of vegan coffee specialties as well as how these popular drinks can be used to attract new customer groups. In addition, Schaerer will demonstrate the added value customers can derive from integrating the Schaerer Coffee Link digital solution and the new Schaerer Prisma API. The range of professional filter coffee machines from the American manufacturer Wilbur Curtis also makes its debut in Hamburg. In this area, Schaerer will present, among other things, the Curtis G4 ThermoProX Twin and Curtis G4 Gemini IntelliFresh Twin filter coffee concepts, now available for the first time on the German and Austrian markets, as well as the Curtis G4 Omega brewing system from high performance coffee.

Schaerer Skye Cafe
With the launch of the Schaerer Coffee Skye at Internorga, the Swiss coffee machine manufacturer is giving trade fair visitors a preview of what Schaerer customers can expect in 2022: The Schaerer Coffee Skye is the second machine in the range of Schaerer products which, thanks to the Select concept, are precisely tailored to the individual needs of the customer. Designed for medium demand, it is particularly well suited to small and medium-sized businesses. “The Schaerer Coffee Skye not only stands for flexibility in choosing the technical equipment and the optimal mode of operation. Thanks to its compact design and the integrated water tank, the Schaerer Coffee Skye can be used to serve the entire range of high-quality specialty coffees virtually anywhere there is a power connection. We are very pleased to present the Schaerer Coffee Skye at its launch at Internorga”, says Hansjürg Marti, Managing Director of Schaerer Deutschland GmbH and Director of Sales and Service at Schaerer AG.

Vegan coffee specialties
Coffee is no longer just a stimulant, it’s a drink that complements your lifestyle and underlines your individuality. A current example of this is the growing demand, especially among young coffee drinkers, for vegan coffee specialties made from oats, almonds or soy. The Schaerer “Twin Milk” system available for the Schaerer Coffee Soul with the Select concept expands the drinks menu to include these popular alternatives to classic coffees such as cappuccinos and latte macchiatos. The “Twin Milk” system has two 4.5 liter milk canisters, allowing you to store cow’s milk in one canister and a vegetable drink in the other. When the coffee specialty is selected, the correct type is automatically used and flows into the cup at the desired temperature and with the perfect foam consistency. At Internorga, visitors can experience for themselves the incredible taste and consistency of vegan creations prepared with a fully automatic machine.

Expand the digital toolbox
When buying professional coffee machines, networking plays an increasingly important role. Coffee machine manufacturer Schaerer is one of the industry pioneers when it comes to digitizing coffee machine operations. With the Schaerer Prisma, the company adds to its digital toolbox a customizable API (application programming interface) that makes it easy to connect Schaerer coffee machines to customer-specific applications, software solutions and systems (e.g. CRM or ERP). The Schaerer Prisma offers customers almost unlimited possibilities to use digital functions to improve their coffee shop operations. Examples are connecting to apps for ordering and payment as well as creating loyalty programs and using coffee machines in unstaffed convenience stores. In addition to its ability to adapt to individual IT infrastructures and customer requirements, the Schaerer Prisma also functions as a local connection which enables much faster data transfer than cloud-based APIs.

New additions to the Wilbur Curtis range of filter coffee machines
Wilbur Curtis professional drip coffee machines meet the highest standards for beverage quality and drip coffee service. In Hamburg, visitors to the Schaerer stand will have the opportunity to really get to know the Curtis philosophy and its powerful range of machines. The focus is on three solutions that expand the existing range to include brewing systems for particularly high coffee throughput. The Curtis G4 ThermoProX Twin and Curtis G4 Gemini IntelliFresh Twin offer twice the capacity of their smaller sibling models with two containers and two brew groups. This enables peak outputs of up to 113 liters of filter coffee per hour, meaning both concepts are ideal for areas with high customer volumes, including service stations, self-service restaurants or bakeries in busy places. The Curtis G4 Omega high performance coffee brewing system is perfect for hotels, catering, banquets or group catering in hospitals and nursing homes with high standards of filter coffee quality. The performance data of the Curtis G4 Omega speaks for itself: 113 liters of filter coffee can be prepared per hour, as the large stainless steel container holds 25 liters per brew. In all three new products, the G4 digital control system takes coffee preparation to a whole new technological level and also simplifies the preparation and dispensing of aromatic filter coffee. The combination of intuitive operation with the icon-controlled user interface, flexible programming and real-time feedback ensures process reliability and consistently high coffee quality. Individual taste profiles can also be defined and saved.

Further information :
Schaerer SA
Matthias Lübke, Head of Marketing and Coffee Competence Center
Allmendweg 8, 4528 Zuchwil, Switzerland
Phone. : +41 32 681 64 99
[email protected]
www.schaerer.com

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c/o Press’n’Relations GmbH,
Natasa Forstner
Magirusstrasse 33, D-89077 Ulm, Germany
Phone. : +49 731 96 287-17
Fax: +49 731 96 287-97
[email protected]
www.press-n-relations.de

Schaerer SA
Founded in 1892 and based in Zuchwil, Switzerland, Schaerer AG is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fully automated professional coffee machines. As a traditional company with many years of history, the Schaerer brand stands for Swiss values ​​combined with in-depth knowledge of coffee. The company expresses these brand attributes with the corporate logo “Swiss coffee competence” and experiments with them both in the development of its products and in the Coffee Competence Center, the own coffee expertise and training centre. from Schaerer to Zuchwil. In addition, Schaerer is characterized by extreme flexibility with the guiding principle “We love it your way” – whether with reference to customer requests, customer-specific products and large orders or the product range that offers the customer a wide range of custom configuration options. Customer-focused and with an in-depth knowledge of coffee, Schaerer helps customers of all sizes around the world provide their customers with the highest level of coffee enjoyment.

Schaerer has been part of WMF since 2006 and of the French consortium Groupe SEB since the end of 2016. All of the Group’s B2B brands are brought together in the consolidated sales organization “SEB PROFESSIONAL”. In addition to Schaerer, it includes the WMF and Wilbur Curtis coffee machine brands as well as the Professional Hotel Equipment division with the WMF Professional and HEPP brands.

Schaerer Deutschland GmbH
In 1993, Schaerer Deutschland GmbH was founded as the very first subsidiary of Schaerer AG. The team around Managing Director Hansjürg Marti supports a total of 120 sales and service partners in Germany and Austria. Customers include businesses in the restaurant and hospitality industry as well as establishments such as bakeries, chain stores and offices. The company has been based in Lonsee-Urspring since 2009. In addition to its own machines, Schaerer Deutschland GmbH also sells professional coffee machines from Wilbur Curtis in Germany and Austria.

Wilbur Curtis
American company Wilbur Curtis has been developing professional drip coffee machines, tea infusion systems and specialty beverage machines since its founding in 1941. With its distinctive culture of innovation and foresight for the demands of the market, the family business is currently the second largest American manufacturer in this sector, and also one of the main players in this industry in the world. Since 2019, Wilbur Curtis has been part of the Professional Coffee Machines Division of Groupe SEB.

Curtis has been developing new technologies for a special coffee experience from the very beginning. It helps operators deliver consistent coffee quality while streamlining service processes. Innovative technology offers customers maximum flexibility and process reliability. Sustainable action for the environment and the responsible use of resources are also deeply rooted in the company’s philosophy. Since 1941, Curtis has lived by the Three Rs: “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” in all areas of business, from manufacturing and warehousing to administration.

What keeps some people from visiting Atlantic City?

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The results of a few surveys carried out by the University of Stockton School of Business suggest that Atlantic City needs a rebranding in order to attract more people, especially younger people, to the station.

A strong majority of respondents (82%) said they were satisfied with their last visit to Atlantic City, but nearly three-quarters of stakeholders suggest the city’s marketing resources are lacking.

“It tells me we have a good product here; we just need to let more people know about it,” said Sarah Grady, deputy director of the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism in Stockton.

More than half of stakeholders “strongly agree” that Atlantic City needs a rebrand. They attribute the casinos, the beach and the city promenade, as well as the entertainment and restaurant offers, as important assets. But potential visitors may be hesitant, they say, due to weaknesses such as the city’s reputation, limited public transport options, quality of life issues and the city’s state of infrastructure. .

“As the game expands nationally, as we increasingly face competition from neighboring jurisdictions, there’s even more impetus to figure out how to make this work,” Grady said.

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The three surveys gathered responses from different groups: general visitors to Atlantic City, people who attended the city’s Restaurant Week in October, and industry and community leaders.

The survey results suggest baby boomers, in the 56 to 75 age bracket, have a clear understanding of Atlantic City and its offerings, and visit frequently, according to Grady. But younger people typically take a trip for specific events or activities, and their travel decisions are more likely to be based on peer/social media recommendations.

“We have the opportunity to shape how young visitors consume Atlantic City, and we also have this base of people who believe in the Atlantic City brand,” Grady said. “I think it’s a plus on both sides.”

The Lifestyle Tourism Survey found that groups traveling with children are rare in Atlantic City. People traveling with a spouse or significant other are the most common type of traveler.

Dino Flammia is a reporter for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach him at [email protected]

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Best Cafes and Cafes Near NJ Beaches

When it comes to food, New Jersey is known for many things such as pizza and pork roll. Don’t count us out when it comes to coffee.

With all the hustle and bustle of the average New Jersey resident’s day, coffee is essential. It doesn’t matter if you live in the towns of North Jersey or the vacation spots by the sea.

In fact, as the former owner of two Jersey Shore cafes, Coffee Dot Comedy in Sea Isle City and the Daily Grind in Ocean Grove, I know firsthand how much Jersey Shore people love their Coffee.

In this regard, I asked my social networks to follow where the best cafes on the Jersey Shore were located, especially since both of my places no longer exist.

Here’s what they found. (And see this other article for their cafe and cafe recommendations for central Jersey.)

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Arabica coffee prices plummet in Indian market

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Madikeri: The price of Arabica coffee has been falling for a week due to the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia. The coffee industry is already struggling due to rising production costs, adverse weather conditions and falling prices in recent years.

Amid the difficulties, the country’s Arabica growers have had reason to rejoice over the past three years as the price of parchment Arabica coffee has jumped nearly 25-30%. This price increase is due to snowfall in Brazil, the largest Arabica coffee producing country in the world.

Last November, a 50 kg Arabica parchment was sold at Rs 11,700-11,800. Then the price jumped to 16,100-16,200. concerns of coffee growers. The state accounts for 70% of the country’s coffee production, with the small district of Kodagu alone holding 30% of the country’s production. The price of Arabica cherry also fell to Rs 7700 from Rs 8000. The price of Robusta parchment and Robusta cherry also fell by 2-5% in Chickamagalur and Kodagu markets.

Although the main reason for the fall in prices is the war between Ukraine and Russia, both countries are importers of Indian coffee. According to data from the Coffee Board, India exported 6604 metric tons of green, instant and fried coffee to Ukraine from April 1, 2021 to January 31. In the financial year 2018-2019, Indian exports to Ukraine amounted to 7327 metric tons. In the last fiscal year, Russia imported 23,519 metric tons of coffee from India.

Among 11 countries, Russia of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) accounts for 74% of Indian imports, while Ukraine accounts for 20%. Although the main reason for the price drop is not the blocking of exports to the two countries, according to market experts. Uncertainty and fear in European markets about the impact of the war are the main reasons for the fall in prices.

Coffee is the lifeline of Kodagu and Chikmagalur districts in South Karnataka and almost 3 lakh families depend directly and indirectly on the coffee industry. If the war continues, the fall in coffee prices is evident and the increase in petroleum products, metals and cooking oil would have a negative impact on producers.

Best lip balm in India: Get your hands on THESE lip balms for dark, hyperpigmented lips

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The problem with triboelectricity: lessons from coffee blends

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AsianScientist (7 March 2022) – The next time you make yourself a cup of 3-in-1 instant coffee, first shake the sachet vigorously. After pouring your shaken coffee powder, you may notice that the tiny particles have started to clump together, forming lumps in your cup or inside the packet itself.

Like the way a plastic comb can make your hair stand up, the agitated powder particles can clump together due to a physically induced static electrical charge, otherwise known as triboelectricity, and it affects more than coffee in your cup.

During manufacturing, the same phenomenon can cause powdered ingredients to stick together, leading to product buildup and possibly clogging of machinery. This problem, called fouling, causes disruptions and delays that cost the food and bioproducts industries in the United States about US$7 billion annually.

To better understand why fouling happens and how to prevent it, researchers at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) studied the formulations of every household’s favorite 3-in-1 instant coffee powder. By investigating the cause of fouling as well as the electrostatic charge of each component, researchers found the ideal mix to avoid potential fouling issues when scaling or processing.

Associate Professor Wong Shin Yee (right) of SIT leads the triboelectricity-induced fouling minimization research project, together with research engineer Ernest Lim Teng Shuen (left).

Understanding fouling

“Food products tend to be formulated first for taste and nutrition before being scaled for manufacturing, so manufacturing issues such as fouling don’t surface until late in the process. product development cycle,” explained lead researcher Associate Professor Wong Shin Yee of SIT’s Food, Chemical and Biotechnology cluster. .

As a result, Wong and his team wanted to investigate whether powder fouling could be mitigated before manufacturing, taking these considerations into account even at the formulation stage. To do this, the team first visited industrial sites where they were able to observe the 3-in-1 instant coffee production process and determine the cause of the clogging.

“We observed that the ‘fouled’ powder could be easily brushed or patted onto the treatment surfaces, indicating the absence of physical adhesion or chemical bonding,” Wong said.

This observation strongly suggests that the powder adhesion that led to fouling was due to electrostatic attraction rather than chemical factors such as powder solidification or crystal formation, or biological factors. such as microbial growth and biofilm formation.

The team also noticed fouling occurring during the packaging stage. When powder is conveyed through narrow lanes to be dispensed into individual pouches, the physical contact and friction generate an electrostatic charge and lead to clogging.

The perfect formula

With the cause of the fouling firmly established, the next step for Wong and his colleagues was to devise a way to reduce the chances of it happening in the first place.

When researchers measured the electrostatic charge of different commercial 3-in-1 coffee blends, they found that blends with high negative charges tended to clog more easily, with the ideal charge being neutral or zero.

Realizing that altering the components and proportions of a powdered blend can also alter its electrostatic charge, Wong and his team analyzed each individual ingredient in the coffee blend to determine which formulation could bring the 3-in-1 coffee to that ideal state. .

They found that sugar with higher mineral levels generated less electrostatic charge when stirred and would therefore be less likely to clog. Meanwhile, coffee powders with lower caffeine levels and lower fat creamers generated less load.

From there, the researchers came up with the ideal formulation of the coffee blend to reduce the load and therefore reduce the risk of clogging.

“We recommend using high-mineral sugar, low-caffeine powdered coffee, and low-fat creamers,” Wong explained.

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Wong and his team found that reformulating powder mixtures to neutralize static charge can minimize the risk of powders sticking to stainless steel.

Efficiency from the start

Despite establishing the correlation between powder formulation and electrostatic charge as well as the best formula to minimize clogging in the 3-in-1 instant coffee, Wong acknowledged that taste is still the main concern when it comes to coffee. involves formulating food products.

Even so, she sees her study as “building layers of protection” right from the product formulation stage.

“Although we initially started from a pain point during manufacturing, we discovered that there was a unique way to approach the problem by mitigating the problem more easily during formulation,” he said. she explains. “When it gets to production, then manufacturers can further ease the load through other innovative means.”

Beyond changing the product formula, Wong’s research also highlights the potential benefits of overhauling the product development process.

“If you look at a typical development cycle for new food products, there are usually two different groups of experts who lead formulation and process development separately,” Wong said. “From our study, it’s clear that this should be a combined effort: formulating with processing constraints.”

Wong’s research, which illustrates the development of a cycle of holistic solutions to potentially solve a persistent industrial manufacturing problem, exemplifies SIT’s goal of using applied research to develop and translate solutions that are beneficial to the industry.

“We are constantly reaching out to industry partners to surface interesting problems that can present themselves as opportunities for multiple layers of innovation and learning adventures,” Wong explained, adding that his findings throw the basics of a food technology knowledge base.

In line with Singapore’s 2020 Research, Innovation and Enterprise Strategy for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering, Wong’s work paves the way for increased productivity in powder manufacturing, with the potential to grow further and help solve other problems in handling food powders.

“As an academic, I like to approach industrial problems as scientific adventures. All scientific adventures begin with validating ideas to determin