Archive for April, 2018

Starbuck Institutes Two Year Study Using Blockchain Technology

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Starbucks has devised a pilot program that uses blockchain technology to track the coffee growers supply chain. Blockchain technology is digital database of information that records financial information, sales figures, distribution figures and more. It is a public database of information about Starbucks coffee growers that eventually consumers will access. This pilot program will use […]

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Battery Operated Coffee Makers Are Now a Thing

Friday, April 13th, 2018

Most coffee drinkers will stop at nothing to get their next cup of joe. Can we really blame them, though? That’s why restaurants, homes, workplaces, the bank, the library, and literally everywhere else is equipped with coffee makers. Civilization just basically revolves around coffee and its beautiful ability to keep people awake at all times. […]

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More Americans Drinking Coffee

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Some people can’t seem to get through the morning without a cup of coffee. Almost everywhere you go in a city you see a coffee shop catering to the coffee drinking desire of Americans. A new study conducted by the National Coffee Association shows that Americans are drinking more coffee than ever, and they are […]

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Nick Vertucci Says California Needs Big Changes To Their Housing Market

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

Nick Vertucci has taken a look at the homeless problem that’s come across California and also has noted its increasingly high housing prices and says if something isn’t done about it, the state could be headed for real trouble. He says one of the problems in California is that cities have seen a lack of […]

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Coffee Production Is Increasing, and Apparently so are the Health Benefits

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

Last year, coffee exports reached an all-time high: 122.45 million bags from 2016-2017. That is an increase of nearly 5% from the previous year, according to the International Coffee Organization. That’s good news for devoted drinkers of the bean, but there’s another recent finding in the scientific world that boosts coffee’s cause even more. Forbes […]

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Starbucks Committing More to Recycling Efforts

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

Starbucks is teaming up with Closed Loop Partners‘ Center for the Circular Economy to establish a partnership designed to create a more sustainable cup solution for its customers. The announcement was made Tuesday in advance of Wednesday’s annual company meeting of shareholders. Starbucks is calling the project the NextGen Challenge and the goal will be […]

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Coffee and Tea is No Longer Considered a Diuretic and Bad For You

Monday, April 9th, 2018

Coffee is one of those foods that scientists have trouble categorizing. Is it bad for you? Is it good for you? The medical community keeps changing their opinion depending on their trend at the moment, but the American public, as well as the rest of the world, loves their coffee and most can’t start their […]

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Starbucks Developing An Eco-Friendly Cup

Sunday, April 8th, 2018

McDonalds recently announced that it would be taking steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Starbucks has pledged to do the same. The coffee chain recently announced that it would be spending $10 million in order to reduce cup waste. Starbucks stated that it will be donating money to people who can develop eco-friendly cups. The […]

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MICHAEL BURWELL A THRIVING FINANCIAL AND TRANSFORMATION LEADER

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

On August 21, 2017, in London and Arlington, Va. (globe newswire) mentioned that Michael Burwell got appointed as the current chief financial officer of Willis Towers Watson company (NASDAQ: WLTW). Willis Towers Watson is a worldwide leading company in advisory, broking, and solutions. He took over the position of a chief financial officer from Roger […]

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To Caffeinate or Not to Caffeinate Before Working Out

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

Many people use coffee or some other source of caffeine as a pre-workout. There is a common belief that coffee helps one perform better in athletic pursuits. Is this true? Well, an intriguing new study has arrived that demonstrates that for some people, coffee does indeed boost athletic performance. On the other hand, some people […]

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