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…
by Fionn Pooler | February 20, 2023

Coffee Wage Survey Gives A Detailed Look At How Workers Are Paid

The results of Go Fund Bean’s wage survey are in, illuminating the realities of working behind the bar.
by Ashley Rodriguez | February 15, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of February 13th

"Even if I freeze to death, iced Americano!" Why cold drinks are popular in Korea, even in winter. Plus, the Department of Labor continues to recover back pay for Kentucky-based coffee workers, and does…
by Fionn Pooler | February 13, 2023

Support Earthquake Relief Efforts With Etkin Coffee

On Monday, parts of Turkey and Syria were hit with one of the region’s most devastating earthquakes: this week, Etkin Coffee will donate all profits to earthquake relief efforts.
by Ashley Rodriguez | February 9, 2023

Help Cajal Rutti Compete With An Interpreter

Competitors at the United States Coffee Championships are responsible for interpreters at their sole expense: here's how you can help.
by Ashley Rodriguez | February 8, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of February 6th

How much caffeine is in that cappuccino? The answer may surprise you (it's a lot). Plus, acquisitions come for green coffee, and adding milk to your morning brew could supercharge its health benefits.
by Fionn Pooler | February 6, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of January 30th

Not the bees! Why syrup-heavy Dutch Bros Coffee has a pollinator problem. Plus, a coffee chain is opening franchises in high schools, and Stumptown becomes the latest company to ditch dairy.
by Fionn Pooler | January 30, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of January 23rd

Competition amongst coffee shops ramps up in Korea, Luckin Coffee swings again for international expansion, and the NLRB may order Starbucks to bargain with a shop that formerly voted against unionizing.
by Fionn Pooler | January 23, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of January 16th

Coffee prices continue to fluctuate, Hawaii faces a coffee’ farmageddon,’ and could science create a decent cup of decaf? ‘Arabica Steadies After Touching More Than 1-1/2 Year Lows’ – via Reuters Bad weather and supply constraints…
by Fionn Pooler | January 16, 2023

The Barista League Plans For Its Biggest Year Yet

The international coffee competition has big plans for 2023!
by Ashley Rodriguez | January 11, 2023