Archive for April 2016

April 22, 2016 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market After shedding 9 cents from Thursday’s highs on the largest day’s trading range for coffee in a year, the market ended the week fairly subdued as it searches for a nearby bottom. No real fundamental news drove the selloff, more of a “risk off” day (whatever that really means) where traders broadly dumped […]

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S&D Culinary Challenge All-Star: Interview with Joy Turner

Four — it’s the number of times Joy Turner has competed in the S&D Culinary Challenge and the number of times she’s made the top 10. This year, the last year she was eligible to compete, Joy earned third place honors and a $750 prize for her refined take on shrimp and grits, “Low Country […]

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April 15, 2016 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market With a fair bit of the industry in Atlanta for the Specialty Coffee Association of America event, the market ended the week on a fairly subdued note as everyone awaits the answers to Brazil’s two big questions affecting coffee — what direction will the Dilma impeachment proceeding take and how big will the […]

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Blair Cannon: From Winning Culinary Student to Mentor and Professional Chef

Blair Cannon was among the five chef mentors who assisted this year’s S&D Culinary Challenge finalists, but he was the only one who truly knew what it meant to be in their shoes. That’s because Blair was the winner of the inaugural S&D Culinary Challenge in 2011 as a Johnson & Wales University Charlotte senior. […]

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S&D at SCAA: Where to find us

The Re:Co Symposium and SCAA Expo are right around the corner, and, at S&D, we’re gearing up for our busiest show yet! In addition to our presence in the exhibition hall at booth #1025 — where you can sample our specialty coffee and learn more about our products and capabilities — several members of our […]

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April 1, 2016 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market The market was little changed on a somewhat subdued week with many traders taking time off to enjoy spring break with family. Friday saw a better than expected jobs report which showed 215,000 new jobs created in March. While this was a strong and encouraging report, the Fed still seems to be holding […]

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