Interviews

Big Interview: Coffee by Tate

The Roastery at Tate produces 60-65 tonnes of coffee a year for the Tate galleries, its Slot Roasting Collective, white label blends and contract roasting clients. Thomas Haigh tells us more about what's going on at the Tate.

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Hear what our Steering Panel is saying about European Coffee Expo

The Gentlemen Baristas' Henry Ayers, member of the European Coffee Expo Steering Panel, talks about the show.

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Big Interview: The Gentlemen Baristas

October is set to be a momentous month for The Gentlemen Baristas, reports Coffee Business World editor Kate Oppenheim.

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Paddy & Scott's shares success with team

Paddy & Scott’s offers employees new company share scheme.

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Artisan's Coffee Lab is new hub for community

Artisan's Coffee Lab provides community hub.

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Big Interview: Redemption Roasters

Redemption Roasters is on a mission to provide coffee training and skills to prison inmates to help them reintegrate into society on their release... 16-months on, Redemption's achievements have turned it into a Ministry of Justice success story.

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Big Interview: New North

New North, the nitro coffee brand, launched to the UK market in January this year but has already started to make an impact on the sector. Michelle Perrett reports.

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Big Interview: Good & Proper Tea

Good & Proper Tea is on a mission to spread the word on quality tea. Coffee Business World editor Kate Oppenheim reports.

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Big Interview: 7Grs

7Grs is out to champion Italian coffee in London and beyond. Coffee Business World editor Kate Oppenheim met co-founder Mary Mauro and managing director Gianno Romagno at their new Coffee Studio in Stockwell to find out more.

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Smart move for Ozone & Has Bean

Stephen Leighton, founder of Has Bean Coffee, talks about the deal with Ozone .

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Big Interview: Titanic Brewery

Titanic Brewery's struggle to find sites to grow its traditional pub estate, saw it embark on an expansion route that led it onto the café bar circuit – which resulted in a 15% uplift in coffee sales in its pubs too. Coffee Business World editor Kate Oppenheim reports.

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Big Interview: Paddy & Scott's

Paddy & Scott’s has just won the Marriott hotels contract to supply its 40+ cafes in the UK; last Thursday it launched Nitro Cold Brew ‘craft coffee’, which founder and CEO Scott Russell believes is good enough to follow in the footsteps of top products Fever-Tree and Red Bull; and in May it signed a £500k five-year deal to create a ‘Shoreditch style’ fuelling station at Wyboston Lakes Resort. Coffee Business World editor Kate Oppenheim reports.

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