Fair Trade coffee not only tastes great, but it is produced in a way that will nourish the body, mind and soul of anyone who purchases it!
We offer a range of Fair Trade coffees for you to enjoy, including Cafe Femenino. Take a look at where your money goes when you buy Fair Trade and you’ll realize the profound difference you are making to the lives of people producing a quality product. You’ll be able to taste the difference, too.
Energy drinks and coffee are often consumed for the same reason. By comparison, energy drinks are the new kids on the block. They tend to be considered the bad boys of caffeine, too.
Partly, the reputation of energy drinks is down to claims that they provide a ‘jolt’ of caffeine. If you want to get caffeine into your system quickly, some people say, this is the way.
Whether this is what you desire or what you fear, a recent study by Washington State University says that it’s not true. John White from the College of Pharmacy says that caffeine exposure is similar regardless of which delivery method is used.
So, with one myth deflated, how do they compare in other ways?
According to some estimates, US workers spend an average of around $1,000 per year on coffee. If you’re paying for your employees’ coffee, it makes sense to do so in a cost-efficient way for your business.
You may be concerned about how to do this, because not all legitimate business expenses fall into a neat category. And when something that you use for business also yields a personal benefit, things can get murky.
Whether you love coffee or suspect that you might even be addicted to it, you’re not alone. What is more, it turns out that some of us are natural born coffee drinkers!
Some people can stop at one or two coffees per day, but others crave it, day and night. Your desire to drink coffee might have more to do with your genes than anyone had realized until now.
Mexico is one of the largest coffee-producing countries in the world. It holds the distinction of being the largest organic coffee producer, too. Coffee growing regions in Mexico are in the southern regions, mostly Chiapas and Oaxaca. The coffee is mainly arabica, which grows particularly well in these areas.