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Current developments in kitchen equipment are showcased at Internorga

HAMBURG, Germany – The kitchen is the heart of every food service and restaurant operation, and every professional kitchen has to cope with multiple...

Nama announces enhanced networking opportunities and education at Fly-In

CHICAGO — NAMA has announced enhanced networking opportunities and education, as participation for the Fly-In reaches 260 people. “Our agenda for the Fly-In is jam-packed...

Nama announces Fly-In keynote: National Journal editor Kyle Trygstad

CHICAGO, U.S. — NAMA has announced Kyle Trygstad, National Journal Hotline editor, will be the featured speaker Tuesday, July 24 beginning at 6 p.m. at...

WCSA at Host Milano looks for ways of taking up challenges to come

MILAN – WCSA, which stands for the Western Convenience Store Association, is one of the Canadian associations that have signed an agreement with HostMilano: a way of getting a larger number of high-profile professional visitors from a part of the world with considerable growth potential to come to the forthcoming edition.

Introducing the official trailer of the third edition of Trieste Coffee Experts

TRIESTE, Italy – Once again, the biannual summit organised by the Bazzara brothers will take place in Trieste (Italy) during the Barcolana regatta, the city’s most important event. On the 7th October 2017, the main protagonists of the Italian coffee world will be welcomed by the sails and the sea ...

NCBA CLUSA to host Latin American coffee producers in Washington D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. – On Thursday, March 2, NCBA CLUSA will host over 50 coffee roasters and buyers to connect with coffee cooperatives and producer organizations from five Latin American countries.

US – NCA Annual Convention 2015 to be held in Charleston

The 2015 NCA Convention promises to be an exciting opportunity for coffee industry professionals to connect with their peers, gain insights into a dynamic...

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