According to “Coffee and Ready-to-Drink Coffee in the U.S.,” a just-released report from market research firm Packaged Facts, retail coffee sales reached $7.3 billion in 2011, increasing 17% in 2010. The study claims that the growth comes from four main factors that are driving up coffee prices: rising prices for “green” (raw) coffee beans, “premiumization” […]
Ever wonder what the ‘greenest’ restaurant in America is? Uncommon Ground in Chicago is being celebrated for implementing 116 environmental steps making them a 4 Star Certified Green Restaurant in 2011.
The travel company focused on offering a unique experience over typical sightseeing has announced their 50,000th customer. Founded in 2009, Urban Adventures is now “operating tours in a tick over 100 cities on six continents. All our operators are passionate, local perfectionists when it comes to inviting someone in to experience their cities from a […]
Get your livers ready, San Francisco! Beer week is back for its fourth year. San Francisco Beer Week 2012 will run from February 10 – 19 and the organizers are expecting bigger and better events. SFBW Communication Manager, Brian Stechschulte says, “Since events are just starting to roll onto our schedule it’s hard to be […]
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is coming to Hollywood. Universal Studios Hollywood will be featuring the Harry Potter themed attraction with the same level of detail and awesomeness as its Florida counterpart. The immersive world will have Hogwarts Castle as the centerpiece of the attraction. The Florida attraction is also has expansion plans. The […]
With the recent controversy behind the newly lifted horse slaughtering ban, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Bizarre Foods host Andrew Zimmern is all for it. Most have not tried horse meat, and never will, but if curious, Andrew gives Taste Terminal a description.