COFFEE FOR two ready to serve at Café Duvshanit
As java joints reopen, ‘In Jerusalem’ gets in on the local buzz

Jerusalem has a coffee culture that stretches back to the Turkish coffee of the Ottoman period.

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, including one with over 5,000 signatures.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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