Author Archives: Lez Carr

Why you should have a cup of coffee after 10 am

The large majority of the population loves having their first cup of coffee the first thing in the morning. If some may dedicate some time enjoying it after waking up, others make sure to grab their cup of coffee while commuting to work. Indeed, no one wants to look bleary-eyed in morning meetings and coffee […]


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Coffee giants are positively influencing global sustainability – a new report indicates, that’s indeed a positive change!

A recent report from Conservation International (C.I.) has revealed that coffee giant Starbucks’ ethical sourcing program is yielding greater-than-expected positive changes across the coffee sector.


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Young generations are sloped towards organic hot beverages and biodegradable coffee cups

Young consumers are more mindful than ever about making responsible food and drinks choices. This inclination paired with growing government support for growing organic products, is forcefully driving the organic hot beverages market alongside the biodegradable paper cup industry. A recent research conducted by Future Market Insights (FMI) forecasts that the demographic impact of trends […]


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Tracing back a cup of coffee using blockchain technology

In today’s digital era, coffee aficionados are very demanding. They insist to know the whole story behind their cup of coffee. The reason is that coffee has become so much more than a simple beverage and knowing its origin, how it was plucked and roasted, and how it landed in their hands all add to this unique sensory experience.


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Takeaway Food is Now the Key Growth Catalyst of Paperboard Industry

Over the past decades, Leslie Carr has traveled across Europe, Far East and other parts of the world in search of the best paperboard source.


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Coffee and Cannabis – a Stimulant and a Depressant: What if They Work Together on Your Brain?

Coffee continues to surprise researchers from all over the world. According to a recent report from the Northwestern University of Chicago, coffee affects the same parts of the brain as cannabis, namely the endocannabinoid system. Coffee discovered to act on the same brain parts as cannabis After studying the research participants living in Finland, researchers […]


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UK Coffee Industry Predicted to Expand and Thrive in 2018

The coffee industry in the UK is proving to be thriving and profitable, and promises to continue this trend into 2018.


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Artisan Coffee Is On The Rise As Britons Are Turning to More Expensive Brews

Gourmet Coffee or Artisan Coffee is on the rise, coffee is having a transformation from a daily caffeine fix to a more sophisticated self, where coffee is no more just a drink, its an art, high quality brews served in high quality cups, be ceramic or printed paper cups for the to go customer. It is a whole new concept


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Even more reasons to cherish coffee more, the English Coffee Culture receives a major boost with this report

New Research Findings Give Major Boost to Britain’s Coffee Culture. A Review of Past Research by Scientists at the University of Southampton Reveals How Coffee Reduces the Risk of Early Death.


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Surprising findings about organic food in the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom’s organic food market is one of the best in the world. Representing 4% of the world’s organic food market it is only rivaled by Germany and France in Europe. More than ever, consumers are becoming conscious about what goes through their mouths and the health implications that follow. Various studies have indicated […]


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