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Customers line up to oder drinks during the opening ceremony of the first Starbucks cafe in Hanoi, Vietnam July 23, 2104.
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Saxbys CEO Nick Bayer said he wasn't too big on coffee before he started the soon-to-be Center City-based coffee shop.
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We know, it's hot outside. You need caffeine. It helps calm your constant, dangerous, humidity-driven rage.
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The Seattle-based coffee chain plans to add an order-ahead feature to its mobile app, according to Recode .
Coffee has become one of the most popular beverages in the world. Mega-corporations such as Starbucks have the humble coffee bean to thank.
The Hawaii Coffee Association celebrated its 19th annual Conference and sixth annual Statewide Cupping Competition Friday at the Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay.
New Orleans-style iced coffee seems to be having a moment both nationally and locally, with companies releasing two take home versions of this barista favorites in rapid succession.
With Boston Dunkin' Donuts abounding, , it's easy to forget that there are other places in Boston to grab a steaming cup of coffee.
By profession he's a commercial photographer, but by passion he's a filmmaker. Brandon Loper 's " A Film About Coffee " is a visual love letter about the journey of specialty coffee-from the farmers who produce it to the people who consume it.
More than four years after pleading guilty to tax fraud, Nick Cho still owes the District of Columbia $130,000 in back sales taxes from his days running Murky Coffee on Capitol Hill, according to a lawyer with the D.C. Office of the Attorney General.
A toxic food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks , Burger King Worldwide Inc and others, as well as products of McDonald's Corp as far away as Japan.
Southern NSW manager Dave Galloway with Steve Martin, who is taking over the running of the West Nowra site, with just a small amount of the coffee pods to be recycled at the Sell & Parker coffee pod recycling site in Nowra.
SCOTLAND'S thirst for caffeine-packed fizzy drinks is well-documented. But a study has shown we also like extra-strong coffee - with cups served in Glasgow having much higher caffeine levels that those in Italy or Spain.
A lot of coffee shops in town seem poised to become chains, and that's fine. If you're doing it right and you've got your coffee game on lock, why not expand.
We don't find it surprising at all why the world's most famous coffee chain needs to evolve its basic existence according to the growing need of technology inspired comfort and the era of getting things done without mobility.
Health-related headlines often cite coffee as either a caffeinated curse or cure-all , with lines such as 'x cups of coffee a day could lower or raise your risk of disease y'.
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