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Central American farmers produce clean energy from coffee wastewater By DBR Staff Writer
Farmers in Central America have generated clean energy from coffee wastewater, as part of Energy from Coffee Wastewater project undertaken by UTZ Certified.
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Joe’s Tea unveils new tea, Queen of Green By DBR Staff Writer
London's finest organic tea company, Joe's Tea Co has introduced a brand new green tea, Queen of Green.
Non-alcoholic > Hot Drinks > News Ichitan to build $37m beverage plant in Indonesia By DBR Staff Writer
Thailand-based beverage company Ichitan is planning to form a joint venture with Indonesia's Atri Pasifix to construct a new THB1.18bn ($37m) production plant in Indonesia.
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Keurig Green Mountain and Kraft Foods sign licensing agreement
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Keurig Green Mountain has announced a multi-year licensing, manufacturing, and distribution agreement for Kraft’s branded coffees in Keurig® portion pack formats compatible with Keurig® consumer and commercial brewing systems in the U.S.
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CLR Roasters announces coffee roasting contract for six private label brands
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CLR Roasters, a subsidiary of Youngevity International, has signed a five year agreement totaling up to $10.4m in revenue with JBM Sales & Marketing, a leading specialty food sales and marketing company.
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Matthew Algie to support Ugandan coffee farmers under sustainability project
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Coffee roaster Matthew Algie has launched The Gumutindo Sustainability Project to improve coffee quality and farming practices in Uganda.
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Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf to expand product presence to Japan
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The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, an American coffee and tea retailer, will expand its product presence to Japan, under a partnership with L.A. Style, a joint venture between Hotland and Aeon Mall.
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Peet’s Coffee & Tea acquires Mighty Leaf Tea
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Peet’s Coffee & Tea, a US-based specialty coffee and tea company, has acquired Mighty Leaf Tea, in partnership with Next World Group, a private equity firm.
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CLR Roasters inks contracts to distribute Arabica coffee
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US-based coffee producer CLR Roasters, a subsidiary of Youngevity International, has secured new contracts for the distribution of its strictly high-grown washed Arabica coffee.
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Bühler strengthens its commitment to coffee processors in Africa with the new SORTEX B ColorVision
Bühler strengthens its commitment to coffee processors in Africa with the new SORTEX B ColorVision sorter for premium quality product.
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Cafe Bustelo, Keurig produce K-Cup packs
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Cafe Bustelo, a coffee brand owned by the US-based J.M. Smucker, has produced new K-Cup packs under a partnership with Keurig Green Mountain.
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Melitta USA increases Northeast distribution of newest single-serve option
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Melitta USA furthers its reputation for innovation and quality with its newest single-serve option, Melitta Cafe de Europa Gourmet Coffee for Keurig-style machines*.
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Barnie's CoffeeKitchen increases national retail distribution with H-E-B Grocery Stores
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Barnie's CoffeeKitchen, a 34-year leader in specialty coffee, today announced that it is increasing its national retail distribution by adding a significant new grocery customer, H-E-B Grocery Stores.
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