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Hershey's Gold to debut in December

Hershey's Gold, the first new candy bar to carry the Hershey’s name in more than two decades, will be on store shelves next month. National Post reports.

Put all coffee pods in the garbage, says P.E.I. waste bosses

Island Waste Management is encouraging P.E.I. residents to put all their coffee pods in the black bin as it is getting too difficult to spot what is biodegradable and what is not. CBC News reports.

Coffee rust and coffee's future

BBC investigates coffee rust, a disease that has long been threatening Colombia's coffee crops and could change coffee consumption.

New study suggest the "snack" label might cause higher consumption

A new small study indicates that simply seeing the word "snack" on a food product may contribute to the person eating more. Newsweek reports.

Ottawa's needle vending machines proving popular with users, but not with all residents

A pilot program that provides drug needles and pipes through vending machines is being hailed as a success with users, but one resident is concerned about its effect on her neighbourhood. CTV News reports.
New Products 

New steeped tea line

Heritage Coffee Company is now carrying steep by Bigelow tea. The premium line comprises 13 certified organic teas. » Read more...

Nayax introduces PayMarket kiosk

Nayax has launched the PayMarket Kiosk, a stand-alone kiosk for indoor or outdoor use. Integrated with cashless payment capabilities, PayMarket is suitable for numerous applications and designed to give businesses a flexible solution using customization and enabling consumer engagement. » Read more...

Coffee Association of Canada’s Annual Conference

November 8, 2017
Location: Toronto Reference Library, Toronto
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