Archive for the ‘National Coffee Association’ Category

1850, More than a Coffee Line, It’s a Story in a Cup

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Folgers Coffee, a subdivision of J.M. Smucker, is making a monumental move. On the 21st, the company announced it will be releasing a line of coffee that would meet the changing tastes of its consumers. The new line, 1850, goes back to the company’s innovative roots. Then, William H. Bovee pioneered selling pre-roasted, ground, ready-to-brew […]

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Drip Coffee Drinkers Fade As Espresso Gains Ground

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

Coffee made with the good old drip method has long ruled the world of coffee drinkers, but the trend is rapidly shifting away from drip to espresso and gourmet methods of producing the dark brew.   Research shows that drip-made coffee accounts for only about half of all coffee consumption today.   On the other […]

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