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Coffee Entering "Third Wave?" Huh?

August 26, 2014

We know no one is waxing poetic about Folger's anymore, but are true coffee freaks going all evangelical about sustainability?

Uh huh.

"In the third wave, however, we buy coffee based on its origins, its process, its methods – and its evangelists are out to get specific about what separates it fro…

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Secret Starbucks Fuels Olympian NBC Staffers

February 16, 2014

According to the Wall Street Journal, NBC, "... which paid $775 million for exclusive U.S. broadcasting rights for the Games, has erected the Sochi Starbucks in its cordoned-off area of the Olympic media center. Baristas serve the free java 24-hours-a-day to the roughly 2,500 people NBC says it sent…

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Unlikely Vietnam World's 2nd Largest Exporter of Coffee

January 25, 2014

Coffee powers Vietnam's economy, and its production in small plots may have pulled millions out of poverty, according to this report from BBCNews.

"How did its market share jump from 0.1% to 20% in just 30 years, and how has this rapid change affected the country?

Coffee production…" grew by 20%-…

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The Big Guy in Red is A Coffee Drinker!

December 23, 2013

Emergency Donut/Java Shops Stay Open in Beantown

April 19, 2013

"On Friday afternoon, a handful of Dunkin' Donuts stores remained open in the Boston area to serve coffee and donuts, despite the widespread lockdown of the city and surrounding areas. Karen Raskopf, chief communications officer for Dunkin’ Brands, said the orders to remain open came from the city…

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