Al Keating from New Zealand’s Coffee Supreme shares his story on how they came to influence the nation’s coffee industry through embodying one of hospitality’s key values, generosity.
Continue reading Pay it forward, Exploring the place of generosity
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall helped bring the challenge of recycling takeout coffee cups to the public’s attention. We revisit his explanation from 18 months ago from Hugh’s War on Waste.
Continue reading There are Many Layers to Why Recycling Take Out Coffee Cups is Tricky
World barista champion Dale Harris in conversation with coach Pete Williams and Jenn Rugolo for Tamper Tantrum.
Continue reading Flavour, Fun & Friendship
Since the 2008 economic crisis, Britain productivity has slowed. These film explains the productivity problem and makes some predictions for the future.
Continue reading Working Smarter, Not Harder
Be inspired and watch Dale Harris’ winning routine at the World Barista Championship 2017, Seoul, Korea.
Continue reading World Class
Looking at ingredient costs or benchmarking against competitors are just two approaches you can use to set a price. This film introduces the marketing mix and identifies various strategies for identifying the right retail price for your products.
Continue reading In the Mix; Exploring Pricing Strategies
Mauricio Galindo from the International Coffee Organization starts his summary of coffee market with a simple observation, nobody knows how much coffee is being grown.
Continue reading Why Do Coffee Prices Fluctuate?
Scientists at London’s Kew Gardens explain how they are researching the impacts of climate change on coffee production.
Continue reading The Impact of Climate Change
How does the price tag shape your perception of quality? Benjamin Wallace sampled some of the world’s most expensive products to find out.
Continue reading The Price of Happiness
Under President Paul Kagame, the popular coffee producing nation of Rwanda has gone from carnage to calm. So why are people terrified of him?
Continue reading Behind Rwanda’s Economic Miracle
How does your notion of ethics shaping your coffee buying – and how much you’re willing to pay
Continue reading Do No Harm