Using Service Training to Empower Baristas
Baristas undergo weeks of training before serving coffee drinks—why companies should allocate the same resources to training for service and hospitality.
Hosting Virtual Events: How To Go Hybrid
By offering an array of engaging digital and in-person experiences, hybrid events can create a memorable and cohesive experience for all.
The Color of Coffee Collective Hosts Its Second Annual Symposium
The Color of Coffee Symposium, taking place in Houston from March 10-12, fosters community and equity across the coffee supply chain.
Coffee News Club: Week of February 27th
Raise your hand if you want to try Starbucks' new olive oil coffee 👀
The Challenges of Coffee Certifications Go Beyond The Retail Shelf
Coffee certifications can be a valuable tool for farmers and roasters—but can be cost-prohibitive and difficult to navigate. We explore the benefits and challenges of certification programs before a coffee ever reaches the shelf.
Sit & Sip: Why A Café Might Be The Perfect Addition to Your Bookstore
The perks of combining beverages and books.
Barflow Breakdown: Proud Mary Coffee
Australian coffee roaster Proud Mary opened their second Austin, Texas-based location in the fall of 2022. Check out what goes on behind the scenes at this cutting-edge cafe.
Make The Most of Everything: Resourceful Café Build-Outs
Café owners are seeking repurposed, reclaimed, and recycled materials for café build-outs.
Coffee News Club: Week of February 20th
Why drink coffee when you can spray caffeine directly onto your tongue? Plus, the ICO launches a living income study, and Tim Hortons opens in Pakistan—and attracts looooong lines. ‘ICO Launching Living-Income Benchmarking for…
Coffee Packaging Design: 3 Roasters Share Key Lessons Learned On Creating Memorable Packaging
We spoke to three coffee roasting pros to learn how packaging design can attract new customers—and keep them coming back for more.