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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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New CEO and New Direction for Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

An interview with Sanjiv Razdan, President Despite the many challenges over the past 15 months, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf have continued to experience growth. With a full head of steam, the iconic California coffee brand is heading in a new direction. Industry veteran Sanjiv Razdan (former COO of Sweetgreen,

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Rick Peyser: The Humanitarian

Lutheran World Relief When a person commits themselves entirely to a mission within the coffee industry, they can often achieve tremendous things. Rick Peyser started his coffee career in the 1980s and has continued to be a positive influence and sincere advocate for coffee farmers worldwide.  “I’ve now had the

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70-Year-Old Coffee-Killing Fungus Brought Back to Life by Scientists

Coffee Wilt Disease is caused by a fungus that has produced disastrous epidemics in Sub-Saharan Africa since the 1920s, and now threatens two of the continent’s most popular coffee varieties: