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The decade of @home
The decade of @homeArticle

Lifestyle retailer @home has reported that 'wellbeing' continues to be the most searched word on the @home website after having never featured in their top 20 words searched for the website before...

Issued by TFG (The Foschini Group) 20 Apr 2021

From crop to cup: Ricoffy beans now 100% sustainably sourced
From crop to cup: Ricoffy beans now 100% sustainably sourcedArticle

Nestlé South Africa recently announced the launch of its Nescafé Ricoffy Responsibly Sourced campaign which aims to consolidate the brands sustainability initiatives, strategies and resources...

Robin Fredericks 23 Mar 2021

#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Nescafé, 4th Street and Fry's
#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Nescafé, 4th Street and Fry'sArticle

In #FreshOnTheShelf, we round up our pick of food and beverage products that have hit the shelves recently...

Lauren Hartzenberg 11 Nov 2020

Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup winner has his future studies secured
Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup winner has his future studies securedArticle

20-year-old North West University design student Kabelo Diphoko was facing the prospect of dropping out without completing his degree when he came across the Wild Bean Café Design-A-Cup competition...

Issued by Intune Communications and Entertainment 15 Oct 2020

#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Cremora, Starbucks and Chill Beverages
#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Cremora, Starbucks and Chill BeveragesArticle

In #FreshOnTheShelf, we round up our pick of food and beverage products that have hit the shelves recently.

Lauren Hartzenberg 3 Jul 2020

Polystyrene: Supreme packaging, here to stay!
Polystyrene: Supreme packaging, here to stay!Article

Mpact Versapak, situated in Paarl, Western Cape and in Roodekop, Gauteng, is a leading manufacturer of plastic packaging and cling film, in Southern Africa...

Issued by Mpact Plastics 10 Mar 2020

Technology trends impacting global manufacturing in 2020
Technology trends impacting global manufacturing in 2020Article

It is no secret that the manufacturing sector is critically important for both developed and emerging economies. From producing necessities like food for a nation to creating much-needed jobs...

Kevin Dherman 13 Dec 2019

Ford, McDonald's to use coffee bean chaff in car parts
Ford, McDonald's to use coffee bean chaff in car partsArticle

Ford Motor Company and McDonald's USA will soon be using the dried skin of coffee beans called chaff, which naturally comes off during the roasting process, to reinforce certain vehicle parts...

6 Dec 2019

Pick n Pay trials 'pick and weigh' packaging-free zone in Cape Town
Pick n Pay trials 'pick and weigh' packaging-free zone in Cape TownArticle

Pick n Pay is piloting a new 'pick and weigh' packaging-free zone that allows customers to purchase a wide range of products without any packaging...

4 Dec 2019

#TourismMonth: What's brewing with Paarl's coffee culture?
#TourismMonth: What's brewing with Paarl's coffee culture?Article

On a sunny #TravelTuesday that hinted at the brightness of spring to come this Tourism Month, a handful of the Cape's tourism media met at the Paarl Tourism Information office and Visitor Centre for a tour of town's coffee culture, all along spotless Main Road...

Leigh Andrews 25 Sep 2019

#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Coca-Cola, FutureLife and The Kitchen
#FreshOnTheShelf: New from Coca-Cola, FutureLife and The KitchenArticle

In #FreshOnTheShelf, we round up our pick of food and beverage products that have hit the shelves recently...

Lauren Hartzenberg 16 Aug 2019

Winston Thomas. Supplied by Creative Coffee Week.
Coffee Magazine Awards announces 2019 nomineesArticle

The Coffee Magazine Awards (CMA) has announced its 2019 nominees...

11 Jun 2019

South Africans spend more on beer and wine than on coffee
South Africans spend more on beer and wine than on coffeeArticle

SA households spend more on wine than on coffee, but beer still comes out tops as South Africans' most preferred beverage, said Stats SA...

28 May 2019

Why storytelling is so crucial in marketing
Why storytelling is so crucial in marketingArticle

Intrusive, selfish, and egocentric marketing tactics no longer work in the way they used to. Clients see through gimmicks and turn their back away from companies that push unwanted products and services on them. So, what can the creative business owner do to replace this outdated form of marketing?...

Chanelle Segerius-Bruce 22 May 2019

12 easy ways to reduce your carbon footprint
12 easy ways to reduce your carbon footprintArticle

We've just celebrated Earth Day, an important global acknowledgement of the work that we need to be doing to protect our planet, and this year the work feels more important than ever...

Tammy Fry 23 Apr 2019

Ethiopian coffee showcased at global expo in Pu'er City
Ethiopian coffee showcased at global expo in Pu'er CityArticle

A delegation from the Ethiopian Embassy in Beijing participated in the 2nd China International Specialty Coffee Expo from 12 to 17 March in Pu'er City, which is considered the 'coffee capital' of China...

26 Mar 2019

Blockchain systems are tracking food safety and origins
Blockchain systems are tracking food safety and originsArticle

When a Chinese consumer buys a package labelled "Australian beef", there's only a 50-50 chance the meat inside is, in fact, Australian beef. It could just as easily contain rat, dog, horse or camel meat...

Nir Kshetri 30 Jan 2019

#BizTrends2019: Africa's new creative direction
#BizTrends2019: Africa's new creative directionArticle

It is an exciting time for African creativity. A lot of fresh, new thinking is being injected into the sector, bringing with it strong, contemporary ideas that look to the future while honouring the continent's traditional past...

Gary Harwood 7 Jan 2019

#FreshOnTheShelf: Spicy Amarula, Checkers coffee, Laager Rooibos and Frost Pops
#FreshOnTheShelf: Spicy Amarula, Checkers coffee, Laager Rooibos and Frost PopsArticle

In #FreshOnTheShelf, we round up some of our favourite food and beverage products that have hit the shelves recently...

Lauren Hartzenberg 4 Oct 2018

Coca-Cola's swoop for Costa Coffee will cut its exposure to sugar and plastic bottles
Coca-Cola's swoop for Costa Coffee will cut its exposure to sugar and plastic bottlesArticle

Coca-Cola's £3.9 billion acquisition of Costa Coffee has made quite a ripple. Atlanta-based Coca-Cola is obviously best known for its soft drinks portfolio, found in supermarkets, kiosks, hotels, bars and restaurants around the world...

John W Walsh 11 Sep 2018

Four million coffee seedlings distributed to farmers
Four million coffee seedlings distributed to farmersArticle

The distribution of seedlings forms part of Ghanaian government's Planting for Export and Rural Development programme which seeks to develop eight commodity value chains including cashew, coffee, cotton, coconut, citrus, oil palm, mangoes and shea...

26 Jun 2018

Are SA's coffee consumers becoming connoisseurs?
Are SA's coffee consumers becoming connoisseurs?Article

Insight Survey's latest SA Coffee Landscape Report 2018 carefully unfolds the global and local coffee markets based on the latest information and research...

Issued by Insight Survey 16 Apr 2018

Boris Dzhingarov
Drip coffee maker; one of the best business ideas for AfricaArticle

Many people feel like it's difficult to thrive if you live in Africa. If you ever thought of starting a business in Africa, then here are a few suggestions for you to try out...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 8 Feb 2018

#FreshOnTheShelf: Kahvé Road coffee capsules now available
#FreshOnTheShelf: Kahvé Road coffee capsules now availableArticle

Kahvé Road, a premium coffee and patisserie specialist located Cavendish Square, has extended its retail offering and now stocks its own premium coffee capsule range.

23 Oct 2017

Bucking retailer trend, Starbucks shuts online store
Bucking retailer trend, Starbucks shuts online storeArticle

Starbucks, bucking a retailer trend focused on beefing up company-owned online stores, has shut its e-commerce site for the United States in an effort to drive more traffic to stores...

3 Oct 2017

Climate imperils Ethiopia's coffee output: study
Climate imperils Ethiopia's coffee output: studyArticle

Climate change could wipe out more than half of Ethiopia's coffee production unless farmers move to higher ground, scientists warned. Climbing temperatures and dwindling rainfall have already degraded prime growing areas...

20 Jun 2017

The #REDexperiment: Bringing art to life
The #REDexperiment: Bringing art to lifeArticle

Winners of the #REDExperiment - a collaboration between Radisson Red and the Youngblood Africa Foundation - were announced at the Youngblood Art Gallery in Bree Street, Cape Town...

Robin Fredericks 5 Jun 2017

Reuben Riffel interacts with exhibitor Carmien Tea
Successful first day for action-packed Food & Hospitality Africa 2017Article

Food & Hospitality Africa 2017 reported a successful first day, with queues of people eagerly awaiting the opening of the trade show with an action-packed schedule...

8 May 2017

The mother of all beer
The mother of all beerArticle

Motherland Brewers is serving up a selection of unique craft beers for the Cape Town crowd. Eugene Yiga spoke to owner Alitsair Kernick to find out more.

Eugene Yiga 27 Mar 2017

Is café culture fuelling the SA coffee industry?
Is café culture fuelling the SA coffee industry?Article

Insight Survey's latest SA Coffee Landscape Report 2017 carefully unfolds the global and local coffee markets based on the latest information and research...

Issued by Insight Survey 27 Feb 2017

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Kees van der Westen visits Coco Safar SAArticle

Kees van der Westen, described as the Da Vinci of espresso machines, was in Cape Town for the first time on 12 January 2017 to visit Coco Safar SA...

13 Jan 2017

Our devices are talking... but are we listening?
Our devices are talking... but are we listening?Article

More and more, the devices we buy are talking to one another. Consumer and industrial original electronics manufacturers alike are building 'smart' devices...

Adam Mayer 21 Dec 2016

Ginja adds a new dimension to V&A Waterfront
Ginja adds a new dimension to V&A WaterfrontArticle

Ginja will open its doors at the V&A Waterfront, boasting a contemporary interior, superb views across the Waterfront Harbour, panoramic sights of Table Mountain and a food offering to go with it...

10 Oct 2016

Signature coffee in a cone at The Grind Coffee Company
Signature coffee in a cone at The Grind Coffee CompanyArticle

When I first caught a glimpse of the latest #coffeeinacone trend making a huge splash all over social media I knew I had to try it, so when I found myself in Joburg's Melrose Arch it was a no-brainer - visiting The Grind Coffee Company was a must...

Angie White 4 Jul 2016

FNB predicts stable coffee price
FNB predicts stable coffee priceArticle

Despite fears that local coffee prices will drastically increase due to a shortage of beans from Brazil, coupled with the entrance of Starbucks into the local market, prices will remain stable and steadily increase at realistic levels...

15 Mar 2016

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Is your morning coffee in danger?Article

Despite the growing fear that local coffee prices will increase drastically because of a shortage of beans from Brazil, coupled with the entrance of Starbucks into the local market...

14 Mar 2016

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Coffee trends brewing in 2016Article

Artisanal brewers know that in order to keep coffee enthusiasts satisfied the coffee industry can never be dull or stagnant. However, ten years ago brewers lacked this knowledge as the main coffee trend revolved...

AIMEÉ SERRÃO 9 Mar 2016

[Retail Congress Africa] A tailored customer experience builds brand loyaltyArticle

The retail landscape in South Africa is competitive and with a tough economic environment both at home and in the rest of the continent, retailers need to find effective and innovative ways to retain existing customers and attract new patrons...

11 Nov 2015

E-commerce Awards Top 50 Websites
E-commerce Awards Top 50 WebsitesArticle

The South African E-commerce Awards saw more than 200 entries this year. Through a stringent evaluation process, those entries have been narrowed down to the Top 50 E-commerce Websites...

Issued by E-commerce Awards 19 Aug 2015

Michael Wood
Is Starbucks ready for South Africa?Article

Will the global brand be able to achieve sustainable success locally? SA's coffee culture is still in its infancy and competition will surely blast Starbucks from all sides - it's not going to be easy to achieve long-term success...

Michael Wood 17 Jul 2015

Study verifies climate change impact on coffee production
Study verifies climate change impact on coffee productionArticle

According to a recently published paper in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, scientists have provided the first on-the-ground evidence that climate change has already had a substantial impact on coffee production in the East African Highlands region...

29 Apr 2015

[WTM Africa] Highlights from Day 2
[WTM Africa] Highlights from Day 2Article

Day two of Africa's largest inbound and outbound B2B show has yet again been a huge success, proving that Africa is a trendy and emerging market in terms of both travel and tourism sectors of the industry...

17 Apr 2015

2014 SA eCommerce Award winners
2014 SA eCommerce Award winnersArticle

The winners of the eCommerce Awards, hosted by uAfrica.com, were announced earlier today at the eCommerce Conference 2014, which is taking place at Gallagher Estate, Midrand.

4 Sep 2014

New brand identity to be revealed at Exclusive Books' Rosebank opening
New brand identity to be revealed at Exclusive Books' Rosebank openingArticle

A consortium led by Global Capital, in partnership with Benjamin Trisk, Mark Barnes and Simon Sussman, has acquired Exclusive Books and the brand's new identity, designed by Switch, will be on display...

18 Aug 2014

It's Africa's Time celebrates inclusive partnerships across Africa
It's Africa's Time celebrates inclusive partnerships across AfricaArticle

Although it is estimated that irrigation alone could increase output by up to 50%, one of the biggest challenges facing the Kenyan agriculture industry is outdated technology...

31 Jul 2014

Master Blenders, Mondelez brew up global coffee leader
Master Blenders, Mondelez brew up global coffee leaderArticle

THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS: Leading Dutch coffee supplier DE Master Blenders 1753 is linking up with US snacks giant Mondelez International to create a global coffee leader.

8 May 2014

Retailers need to get real
Retailers need to get realArticle

We've noticed in the retail environment that shoppers are really yearning for authentic experiences and there have been a few retailers already having success with it.

Doug Mayne 26 Mar 2014

Dry weather in Brazil drives up coffee price
Dry weather in Brazil drives up coffee priceArticle

LONDON, UK: The price of coffee rose to the highest levels for months on Tuesday, 4 February 2014, because of exceptionally dry weather in Brazil which could crimp harvests in the country, the world's biggest producer and exporter.

5 Feb 2014

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