The Korean Int’l Cooperation Agency to boost coffee production in Mondulkiri.
‘Socials Coffee’ is a venue that offers employment opportunities for people with physical disabilities, especially the deaf.
The day is hot, you’re wiping beads of sweat from your forehead and all you could think about is grabbing a cold, sugary drink to cool down. Most of us have been guilty of this especially when the heat is too much to handle.
Sipping good coffee in a cosy environment with your favourite book in one hand sounds so ideal, but never impossible.
DW’s Hannah Fuchs likes to think she’s pretty responsible about her environmental impact. But the guilt induced by a take-out coffee got her asking why even the most eco-conscious of us slip up.
Near the shiny new international airport is a small coffee roastery with big dreams.
Coffee – an elixir of life – discovered six centuries ago, has grown to be the champion of all brews in this century. Why is this so? Is coffee beneficial to health? Let us explore what science has got to say about this “brew of the century”.
The combined trade value between Laos and Vietnam crossed the $1 billion.
Coffee farmers have long suffered from being at the wrong end of the value chain.
PPCBank plans to expand its ‘coffee banking’ concept into its branches in Phnom Penh.
Roy Terb, a farmer from the Panong minority, owns four hectares of coffee plantations in Mondulkiri province, in the country’s northeast, that he cultivates using organic techniques.
Coping with physical disability is never easy; in other cases, some do not seem to have any chance of winning over it. It gets even harder for those who have to suffer financial setbacks, too.
Nespresso aims to use sustainable aluminum in all of its coffee capsules.
Local organic coffee has seen a significant rise in demand followed by a 50% increase of land under cultivation in 2018.
Luckin Coffee is an up-and-coming coffee chain with ambitions to challenge Starbucks.
You probably have noticed that the number of coffee shops, ranging from carts along the street to boutique stores, has been rising dramatically in Cambodia in the last decade.
Peru’s Chanchamayo makes the world’s most expensive organic coffee.
Exhausted Londoners are being offered an alternative to coffee breaks.
Eileen McCormick discovers the start-up Philosophy Café, and by chance meets Dr Taro Mochizuki, whose quest is to use philosophy to inculcate the idea of peace through coffee houses.
Starbucks Corp will have a new partner in New Zealand.
In recent years, Phnom Penh has seen the emergence of cafes. You can go around a particular street and you will see a café or two – and we’re not even counting the small kiosks on the roadside.
You’re probably on your way to work or school right now; and you’re most likely thinking of grabbing a cup of coffee from the nearby coffee shop.
Coca-Cola launches a new product in Cambodia, the Coca Cola Plus Coffee.
New York is the city that never sleeps, but arduous commutes, hellish hours and ultra-competitive jobs mean even the most wired of party animals or dedicated employees have to recharge their batteries.
“The shrink” – it’s the challenge of how to pack more circuits onto the microchips.
Nestle will pay Starbucks $7.15 billion for the rights to sell the coffee chain’s products.
In the age where instant gratification is the norm, no one can put a price on convenience – and nothing can beat the convenience of being able to get a refreshing pick-me-up in the middle of the day without the risk of getting drenched by the downpour or parched by the heat of the midday sun.
The owner of coffee production facility to be sent to court for illegally operating.
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Coffee surely makes everything better. But it is also undeniable that ice cream can be a good source of happiness and comfort, too.