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Jen Hurd: The Sharer

Volcafe Specialty Coffee In the Pacific Northwest, there is a rich culture and history in the coffee industry, and it is pretty easy to find knowledgeable coffee professionals. Among them is the very dynamic Jen Hurd, who has been in the business for over 20 years.  “She has been a

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Bad Ass Coffee of Hawaii Partners with World’s Largest Donkey Rescue

For generations, donkeys could be heard bellowing as they carried loads of coffee beans down the steep mountains of the Big Island, Hawaii. The native people of Kona named the hard-working donkeys the “Bad Ass Ones,” because of their strength and stubborn nature when carrying their cargo. Now, Bad Ass

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Reduce, Reuse, Return: Interrupting the Cup Cycle

What does happen to all those cups? They’re paper, right? Paper = Recycling; Recycling = Sustainability? Right? Right… Each year, 120 billion disposable cups are made to be thrown away in the US. To put that in perspective, lined up end to end, it would circle the earth 450 times.

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Fresh Summer Supplies

Summertime is upon us as the countries vaccine rates rise so too does the excitement for getting back out into the world. This summer is sure to be a vibrant one of relief, marathon barbeques, and epic road trips. For all this fun you are going to need some proper

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Bristol coffee cup recycling scheme set to be expanded

A trash firm has installed cup containers across Bristol, making it easier for people to recycle. 5.6 tonnes of single-use cups have been recycled into greeting cards, paper bags, and

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Brazil Drought Damage to Coffee Seen Lasting to Next

Brazil’s severe drought, which has hampered this year’s coffee harvest, now threatens to stymie next year’s production as well. Some farmers have seen their trees blossom early, while others are