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Spotlight Feature: Coffee
20 Coffee Business Leaders Offer Insight for the Next Decade
As the global coffee industry enters a new decade, we encounter new challenges as well as opportunities for unprecedented growth. To help guide us through these uncharted waters, we’ve asked top-level representatives from the green sector, roasting companies and trade associations to share their perspective on where the industry is going.
By Melissa J. Pugash

26 The Future of Packaging Machinery & Materials
By Alexis Rubinstein

Spotlight Feature: Tea
34 2010 Tea Market Forecast
How does one filter through all the information in the IT (Information Technology) world to evaluate the trends for the tea industry? Who can forecast the future? Not us. But maybe there’s something in those tea leaves. Tea is a natural product that is still hot even when it is on ice.
By Joe Simrany & Pearl Dexter

38 Annual Syrups Survey
By Serena Norr

42 Savor your Flavor: An Industry on the Rise
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12  Editor’s Page

14  World News

18  Calendar

46  Product Showcase

48   Trade News

50   People News

52   Equipment & Packaging News

54   Marketplace, Advertiser Index


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