Category: Northwest

25 Coffee Roasters Named Finalists for 2021 Good Food Awards

The Good Food Foundation has announced that 25 United States coffee roasters have been named finalists for the 2021 Good Food Awards. The awards program, now in its 11th...

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Spokane’s Ladder Coffee Acquires Vessel Coffee, Climbs to Four Cafes

Ladder Coffee Roasters has effectively doubled its retail presence in Spokane, Washington, this fall with the acquisition of fellow Spokane-based specialty coffee company Vessel Coffee Roasters plus another long-planned...

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Coffee Holding Company Buys Stake in CBD Beverage Company The Jordre Well

Staten Island, New York-based full-service coffee roasting company Coffee Holding Company (CHC) is planning to enter the cannabidiol (CBD) category through a deal with Columbus, Ohio-based beverage company The...

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Please Take the DCN/joe coffee Survey on Coffee Shop Operations

There is no sugar-coating this: Times are tough for many food-and-drink retailers in the United States right now, and they’re likely to get even tougher as the ongoing COVID-19...

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Presenting the 2021 Macro Roaster of the Year Finalists

The three finalists for Roast magazine’s 17th Annual Roaster of the Year awards have been announced in the Macro Roaster category. Winners for each category will be announced on Monday,...

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In Greater Seattle, Roasterworks Unveils a Sea of Roasting Possibilities

Adding to the rapidly growing list of shared roasting businesses comes Roasterworks in Auburn, Washington. The full-service co-roasting and education business is the first of its kind in the...

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Camber Coffee Sends Coffee Drinkers to Summer School

As governments, universities and other institutions charged with delivering education flail around aimlessly in the summer winds, one company in the coffee world seems to have figured out one...

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In Tacoma, Campfire Coffee Welcomes All Into Its Great Indoors

Following a more than nine-month hike through steep construction and then COVID-19-related delays for inspections, Quincy and Whitni Henry are welcoming guests into their coffee refuge in Tacoma, Washington,...

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