• Here are 3 Items You’ll Need in Your Coffee Shop

    Coffee has been a popular drink in the United States for many years, and will probably continue to be so for the foreseeable future. 50% of the population, equivalent to 150 million Americans, drink varieties of coffee including espresso, cappuccino, latte, or iced coffees. With coffee being so popular, if you run a coffee shop of any kind it’s important to have all of the right items for customers in your shop. Most customers that go into a coffee shop like to take their orders on the go, so you’ll need the right supply items. This article will take a look at several supply items you’ll need to have in your coffee shop.

    • Paper to Go Coffee Cups: One supply item that you’ll definitely need in your coffee shop is paper to go coffee cups. These can be ordered wholesale and customized with a variety of designs, and allow customers to pick up their coffee order and take it on their way as soon as it’s ready. Not only that, but paper to go coffee cups can also be decorated with Continue Reading
  • A Look At The Well Functioning Coffee Shop

    Independent coffee shops are thriving all throughout the United States, bringing in a collective $12 billion on an annual basis. And in the years that are ahead of us, this number is only likely to continue to climb to climb. After all, there are a great many ways for a coffee shop to be a smoothly running organization.

    First of all, having high quality drip coffee is, as you might have already guessed, a great place to start things out. After all, up to nearly one third of this country’s total population will at least drink coffee somewhat regularly, if not every day. And up to half of the population in this country actually WILL drink coffee each and every day. Therefore, having a selection of drip coffee always on hand is likely to go a great ways towards making the typical coffee shop quite successful indeed.

    In addition to this, the right offerings need to be given for this drip coffee – namely, cream and sugar. After all, only around 35% of all coffee drinkers actually Continue Reading

  • Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

    Coffee is a staple in the American working world. People enjoy coffee for the taste, the energy boost, and the social connotations it comes with. In fact, coffee shops rake in $12 billion in combined sales annually; that shows that it comes as no surprise how much United States residents love their coffee. However, the commuters who make a visit to their favorite coffee shop drive through do not realize the environmental impact they are making by using countless paper to go coffee cups year after year. Loving coffee is no crime against the earth, but how can we get our morning fix without leaving such a huge carbon footprint?

    There are quite a few ways you can get that professional barista effect you love without tossing out those plastic cups with lids. Here is how you can enjoy your daily brew and be environmentally friendly at the same time.

    1. Ask your favorite coffee shop about a custom reusable cup and Continue Reading