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Carrington introduces new tea range in eco-friendly packaging By DBR Staff Writer
Carrington, a US-based maker of organic, non-genetically modified products, has introduced new Carrington Organics Tea in 100% eco-friendly packaging.
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Brazil has adequate coffee stocks to supply domestic markets and exports, says industry By DBR Staff Writer
Brazilian coffee industry association Abic said that the country has enough coffee stocks to meet the local demand and supply exports even though the extent of the damage to crops due to a drought remains unclear.
Non-alcoholic > Hot Drinks > News Peet’s Coffee & Tea plans to unveil 23 stores in Washington By DBR Staff Writer
Peet’s Coffee & Tea, a US-based specialty coffee and tea company, has outlined plans to unveil 23 new stores in Washington, marking the company's first major retail launch in the region.
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KonaRed expands product availability to Nevada
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American superfruit beverage brand KonaRed has expanded its product availability to over 20 Speedee Marts across Nevada, under its partnership with Splash Beverage Group and Southern Wine & Spirits.
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Feniks buys Rubi coffee kiosk business in US
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Feniks, a US-based food tech start-up, has purchased assets of Rubi coffee kiosk business from Outerwall, for an undisclosed amount.
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KonaRed Corporation signs distributor agreement with Hawaiian Agents
By DBR Staff Writer
KonaRed Corporation, manufacturers of Antioxidant Juices, Organic Green Teas, and On-the-Go Packs developed from extracts and powders from the exclusive Hawaiian CoffeeBerry®, coffee fruit from Kona, Hawaii, announced today that it has signed a distributor agreement with Hawaiian Agents, Inc. to distribute its supplement products to drug and supermarket chains, independent markets, specialty stores, mass merchandisers, club warehouses, and conveniences stores throughout Hawaii.
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Capital Teas raises $5m to expand retail presence
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Specialty tea company Capital Teas has secured $5m investment through its new investor partner, Pear Tree Partners, to expand its presence in retail and other sales channels in the US.
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Marley Coffee adds five supermarket chains to product distribution
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Marley Coffee, a US-based gourmet coffee company, has made its coffee products available in five supermarket chains to expand its presence to the northeastern part of the country.
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Tea Forte offers tea collections to traveling public at international shoppes
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Tea Forte, identified around the world as the exceptional tea experience, extends its positioning of Award Winning curated gifting collections through New York's International Shoppes.
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Italian coffee consortium selects Easy-Lock by Aplix
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A consortium of three Italian coffee brands including Kimbo, Illy and Indesit has selected Easy-Lock by Aplix to equip their UNO coffee pods flexible bags.
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Drazil Foods expands Drazil Kids Tea presence to southwestern US
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American organic tea producer Drazil Foods has expanded its product presence to southwestern US, with the launch of Drazil Kids Tea in Whole Foods Markets.
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Keurig Green Mountain funds four Organizations with $11m water commitment
By DBR Staff Writer
As part of its focus on water stewardship, Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMCR), a leader in specialty coffee, coffee makers, teas and other beverages with its innovative brewing technology, today announced a multi-faceted effort to address the long-term, interconnected challenges of the water crisis, starting with a commitment of $11 million to support leading nonprofit organizations working domestically and internationally to promote water security.
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Starbucks joins with Oprah Winfrey to co-develop Teavana Oprah Chai Tea
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American coffeehouse chain Starbucks has partnered with media proprietor Oprah Winfrey to co-develop Teavana Oprah Chai Tea.
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