coffee

Cup of Coffee. [illustrative]
LA Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores are giving up their kosher certification

Several petitions to keep the stores kosher appeared on Change.org, including one with over 5,000 signatures.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
18/05/2020
A handful of coffee beans
Nespresso finds child labor at three Guatemalan coffee farms

The news report prompted Nespresso to conduct its own investigation, the company said.

By REUTERS
27/03/2020
Salute to a Jerusalem book beacon that fell victim to coronavirus

One Jerusalem cultural landmark, if it survives, will never be the same. Earlier this week, David Ehrlich, founder and co-owner of the Tmol Shilshom café, died at the age of 60.

26/03/2020
Starbucks coffee capsules are coming to Israel
Starbucks coffee capsules coming to Israel

Coffee-lovers were happy to hear that their extended stay at home will not deprive them of a good cup of Joe.

16/03/2020
A worker uses a thermometer to check the temperature of a customer as she enters a Starbucks shop as
Coronavirus fear causes Starbucks to suspend use of personal mugs

"We are optimistic this will be a temporary situation," said executive vice president Rossan Williams in a statement.

Starbucks coffee bean farms employing children 'as young as eight'

A human right's lawyer privy to the documentary footage proclaims that the evidence suggests both companies are in breach of international labor laws.

Cup of Coffee. [illustrative]
Strauss Group's 3Coracoes buys Mitsui coffee unit for $48 million

The transaction also includes products such as coffee capsules and instant coffee that are currently being produced by Mitsui in the country.

By REUTERS
18/02/2020
Cup of Coffee. [illustrative]
Israelis consume more than 4 kg. of coffee per year

"In recent years, Israel’s coffee culture has become among the most developed in the world,” Uri Federman, CEO of Landwer Cafe, said.

06/01/2020
ENRICO ATTAS, graphic/packaging designer and coffee lover, in Tmol Shlishom
Italian coffee culture comes to Jerusalem’s center

Every morning for the past seven years, Enrico Attas, a graphic and packaging designer for nearly two decades, has made himself a morning cup of mocha coffee from his own espresso machine.

Is the pumpkin spice latte making its way to Israel?

It looks like Starbucks and Shake Shack may be venturing to Israel.

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