Take the 2023 Fresh Cup Reader Survey (We Need Your Perspective)


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Nearly 18 months ago, we relaunched Fresh Cup as a digital publication. It’s been a wild ride, and we’re deeply grateful for your support and readership. We want the next 18 months to be even better than the last, and to do that, we need your help.

Please take the Fresh Cup Reader Survey, which you’ll find below. We anticipate the survey to take about seven minutes.

This survey is critical for us to learn how you read Fresh Cup, what’s working well, and where we need to do a better job. We want your needs and goals to inspire our next steps. We’ll share some of the results when the survey is complete.

Thank you so much for participating now and over the last year and a half. We can’t wait to show you what we have coming soon.

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Garrett Oden

Garrett Oden is the owner of Fresh Cup, a coffee industry publication for professionals, and Alimentous Studio, a content and copywriting agency for coffee, F&B, and food tech businesses.

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