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Mars: submissions opened for Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Grant

NEWARK, N.J., USA – Mars, Incorporated, a leader in confectionery, snacking, food, and pet care products and services and the maker of some of...

Jura celebrates its 90 years: quality, innovation, design and sustainability since 1931

NIEDERBUCHSITEN, Switzerland – What began 90 years ago as a one-man company has grown to become an international business operating in around 50 countries...

Ima Coffee Petroncini′s new Ceo Nicola Panzani to guide the company toward the future

MILAN – With over 100 years’ experience in the market, you could hardly say Petroncini is new to coffee processing. Its history is worthy...

The restoration of Moriondo, the earliest espresso machine for bars in history

MILAN, Italy — Moriondo the first espresso machine for bars was created during the momentous period of transformation that marked the Second Industrial Revolution....

Community Coffee Company launches Private Reserve Espresso

BATON ROUGE, La., U.S. — Community Coffee Company, the largest family-owned and operated coffee brand in the United States, is pleased to introduce Community...

Coffee in Taiwan – How an Island of Tea-drinkers came to love the bean!

Taiwan is historically known for tea, and until the mid 1990’s visiting java junkies had few choices for a bean-juice fix outside of the...

Colombia is the country with the greatest diversity of coffee flavors

BOGOTA, Colombia – Colombia is not only the country with greatest diversity of coffee flavors, but the world's leading provider of specialty coffee, the...

The real reason Starbucks’ baristas wear the iconic green aprons

When we think of iconic coffee companies, Starbucks is probably the first one that comes to mind. The Seattle-born mega chain has essentially trademarked our morning cup of joe. And it isn't just the crowned siren logo that we hold so strongly synonymous with our go-to a.m. drinks — it's also the color they use: a bright forest green ...

Free lecture to explore Kona’s coffee industry history on Big Island

KAILUA-KONA, U.S. – Kona Historical Society will present the history of Kona coffee and the pioneers who shaped it as part of its free monthly Hanohano `O Kona Lecture Series on Wednesday, June 28, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the West Hawai‘i Civic Center. KHS Curator Mina Elison and Assistant Program Director Gavin Miculka will share stories and ...

In WWI trenches, instant coffee gave U.S. troops a much-needed boost

WASHINGTON, U.S. – On April 6, 1917, the U.S. declared war on Germany and formally entered World War I. By late June, American infantry troops began arriving in Europe. One thing they couldn't do without? Coffee. "Coffee was as important as beef and bread," a high-ranking Army official concluded after the war.

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