• Are You Using Paper Plates for Your Holiday Celebration This Year?

    It seems like a bit of a Christmas miracle.
    For the first time in your 30 years of marriage you are hosting your husband’s entire family for Christmas. You keep saying that you will believe it when you see it, but for the first time your mother in law and her husband, as well as your two brother in laws and their families are driving the two hours to your home. Scheduled for the Sunday before Christmas, your two daughters are more excited to be the hosting family. Your husband has purchases individual hot soup containers, white disposable coffee cups, and all of the necessary paper products for easy clean up.
    You have planned to make reuben soup, chili, and a vegetable stew. One of the families is bringing a large sandwich that will serve the crowd, and everyone is bring a dessert or appetizer to share. In the past, the family Christmas celebration was always hosted at Grandma’s house. About five years ago, one your husband’s brothers started hosting, but for all of those years Continue Reading

  • Hot Coffee One of The Worlds Biggest Industries

    There are two types of coffee that are primarily consumed by people across the globe. These two types include Arabica and Robusta and a good portion of coffee that is used in the specialty industry is Arabica. Therefore, Robusta is the most common form of pure hot coffee that people consume.

    Two drinks are more popular than any other in the United States and those are alcohol and coffee. Now, obviously, these two kinds of drinks have completely different kinds of context and consumption rates. However, they are without a doubt two of the most consumed type of beverages across the country. Here are three key facts on the hot coffee industry and beverage:

    Hot Coffee Is A Great Workplace Addition

    Hot coffee is a huge upgrade for any workplace for two primary reasons: people love coffee and it can provide legitimate mental and health benefits. First of all, some new data suggests that the American coffee drinker will consume, on average, nearly 1.6 cups of Continue Reading