Coffee lovers are becoming increasingly concerned about where their coffee originates, whether forests have been cut down to make way for plantations or people uprooted from their villages.
Ciro Beverage Solutions (Ciro) recently exhibited the exquisite range of Five Roses Long Leaf Tea Infusions at The Good Food & Wine Show (21 - 24 September) to highlight that tea is no longer just a beverage, but a sensory experience.
When you next look for your favourite Freshpak Specialty in your local supermarket, be sure to look for the new packaging! The tins are being replaced with cartons from August 2012, and the distinct new packaging has been specifically designed to make it easier for you to identify on the shelf.
Ciro Beverage Solutions has announced that upmarket coffee shops, restaurants, hotels and spas will now be serving the new Five Roses Long Leaf Tea Infusions range.
Research to drive rooibos exports
13/07/2012 - 08:10
Cape Town - A R1.2m international grant fund on rooibos export competitiveness secured by the South African Rooibos Council is aimed to drive exports of the indigenous herbal tea.
Nestlé Forecasts Higher 2012 Earnings After Sales Beat Analysts’ Estimates
16/02/2012 - 09:42
Nestle SA (NESN), the world’s biggest food company, reported 2011 sales growth that beat analysts’ estimates and forecast higher 2012 earnings as it introduces products such as the Nescafe Alegria coffee maker.
Nestlé launches creamer factory
03/02/2012 - 09:50
Nestlé SA brought its manufacturing facility count in SA to 10 with the launch of a new coffee creamer factory yesterday.
Sugar, coffee rise
18/01/2012 - 10:22
Arabica coffee futures on ICE rose on Tuesday, boosted by a softer dollar and increased risk appetite following better-than-expected Chinese economic growth data.
Cocoa hovers near 8-week high
13/01/2012 - 08:21
Cocoa futures on ICE hovered below an 8-week high on Thursday, as the market consolidated after this week's steep rally fuelled by a slowdown in port arrivals in top producer Ivory Coast.
Coffee Supply Crunch Spurring Rebound After Folgers Price Cut: Commodities
23/11/2011 - 10:19
Coffee’s biggest slump in three years may be ending as weather damages crops from Colombia to Indonesia, reducing U.S. inventories to the lowest since 2000 just as Kraft Foods Inc. and J.M. Smucker Co. cut prices.
Rooibos prices expected to rise
23/11/2011 - 09:29
Insufficient crop production due to below-average rainfall is expected to push up prices of rooibos tea during the festive season
Caturra Coffee Company offers 100% compostable packaging
21/07/2011 - 08:58
Caturra Coffee Company allies with Natureflex™ films to offer 100% compostable packaging to FMCG and the Horeca Industry
Vietnam coffee prices hit all-time high -traders
04/05/2011 - 11:45
Vietnamese robusta coffee prices rose nearly 3% on domestic markets in the past week to an all-time high of 50 million dong ($2424) a tonne on Wednesday, tracking gains in London robusta futures markets, traders said.