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Special Feature:
Green Machines:
Roasting while protecting the environment

By Alexis Rubinstein
Ever since the world of coffee has joined forces with environment-conscious trends, many steps have been made to further advance the industry. Eco-friendly growing and organic beans were only the beginning. Now, coffee roasters are available that reduce carbon emissions and conserve energy.
Coffee Feature:
Coffee Grinding:
A Different View of the Same Old Grind

By Dr. Terry Mabbett

Great coffee is usually credited to the ideal blend or perfect roast level. However, the step in between beans and brew is often overlooked. The grinding of the beans takes skill, knowledge and expertise.
Tea Feature:
The Teahouses and Tea Shops
of China and Taiwan

By Robin Stevens
There isan old Chinese saying that names tea along with firewood, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce and vinegar as one of the seven daily necessities for life.
Specialty News:
Winning Estates at Minas Gerais
By Harry Jones
The 16th edition of the Illycaffe Espresso Coffee Quality Awards confirmed Minas Gerais as the leading quality producing state in Brazil.

D e p a r t m e n t s
From the Editor's Desk:
Environmental Roasting

World News:
Coffee and Tea Reports from the Front Line.

What's Happening in Coffee and Tea, and Where.

Product Showcase:
Tea and Coffee Innovations...

Trade News:
From the Tea and Coffee Industry.


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