TORONTO, Ontario, Canada – Toronto residents love their coffee – and they love reading the news. Now the Toronto Star is matching coffee lovers and one of their favourite pastimes with the launch of Headline Coffee.
For almost 125 years the Toronto Star has been delivering the headlines that readers count on every day.
Whether they relax and read their newspaper at home, clutch it during their commute, enjoy a quick news update on their mobile phone or swipe through Toronto Star Touch on their tablet, reading the Toronto Star and enjoying a cup of coffee are parts of their day for about 75 per cent of the Star’s readers.
That’s why we have named our new service Headline Coffee, a program that brings you a new coffee from a new part of the world every month.
It’s very simple: each month Headline Coffee will deliver a high-quality, ethically-sourced ground or whole-bean coffee direct to your home in the Greater Toronto Area. The price is just $20 a month.
It’s easy to sign up. You can pay by credit or debit card. You can visit the website, headlinecoffee.ca, for details.
About the Toronto Star, thestar.com and Toronto Star Touch
The Toronto Star, founded in 1892, is read by 3.0 million readers a week in print, online (thestar.com) and on Star Touch, one of the news industry’s most innovative tablet apps.
The Toronto Star is a division of Star Media Group, which includes the Metro free daily newspapers in Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Halifax.
Star Media Group also includes Toronto.com, Torstar Syndication Services and The Kit, a fashion and beauty publication, and the jointly owned Chinese language newspaper Sing Tao.
Star Media Group is a division of Toronto Star Newspapers Limited, which is a subsidiary of Torstar Corporation.