Analysis comparing wage, revenue and inflation over the past two years shows the coffee industry is paying its staff more by raising pricesMore We’ve made progress on wages, but there’s still much more work to be done
Want to reduce your coffee’s environmental impacts? Milk is responsible for the majority of a cup’s carbon footprint, so lower your impacts in 2020 by making informed decisionsMore Milk Matters: Small changes can dramatically lower your coffee’s carbon footprintUpdated on
Carbon dioxide is colourless, tasteless and odourless, but it’s everywhere and causing global warming. So how do we work out how much carbon is emitted to make a cup of coffee?More Calculating the Coffee Industry’s Carbon EmissionsUpdated on
Let’s be aware of our online carbon footprint, and how United Baristas is offsetting your use of our services.More Our Digital Carbon Emissions are part of the Coffee Industry’s Environmental ImpactUpdated on
With environmental pressures continuing to mount, United Baristas starts a series on how the coffee industry can lower its impacts.More With so many crises, what do we focus on?
As Allegra Strategies launches a magazine on the business of coffee, called 5th Wave, United Baristas examines coffee industry trendsMore Celebrating the kaleidoscope of coffee
Back-of-the-napkin maths explains why many coffee shops would break planning law — and be forced to shut up shop.
How the Latte Levy, combined with other legislative changes, can tackle takeout coffee cup waste. A summary for the specialty coffee community and a response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report, ‘Disposable Packaging: Coffee Cups’.
People in coffee work hard, really hard; and often don’t get paid particularly well. The early starts, long hours and constant customer contact can wear out the most devoted coffee professional.
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Measure your baskets to know who you are serving profitably
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