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Meningitis Centre Australia is looking for a café supporter

Posted September 5, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Meningitis Centre Australia is a not for profit organisation that raises awareness and educates people about meningococcal disease. The Centre is looking for a café supporter Australia wide that can help them generate interest and engagement in this disease with your customers. WHO is Meningitis Centre Australia? MCA was started 26 years ago in 1992 […]

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Milkadamia responds to FDA crackdown on ‘milk’ term for plant products

Posted July 26, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

‘Moo is Moot’ but macadamia milk producer prepared for crackdown Even the nut-based milk market is getting crowded with at least a handful of nut options available for consumers: almond — the nut market leader, hazelnuts, peanuts, cashews and macadamias — Australia’s native nut. Morgan Roy from Jindilli Beverages said it would have little impact […]

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Justin Metcalf explains how to keep your cold brew safe

Posted January 23, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Whether its microbial or pathogen you need to know what this all means to the safety of your cold brew. The sources of microbial contamination can be your water, the containers you are using, your equipment that you’re brewing in, the environment and even your personnel. The growth of the bacteria and the formation of […]

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SUSHI SUSHI SERVES UP AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Posted January 17, 2018 by Cafe Culture Mag

Leading Japanese food retailer, Sushi Sushi has today (11 Jan) announced it will again be available for players, media and tennis fans to enjoy at Australian Open 2018. For the third year in a row, Melbourne’s favourite sushi provider will be offering high quality Japanese cuisine at Melbourne Park, demonstrating its commitment to providing Australians […]

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World Tea Brewers Cup

Posted August 25, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

There is precious time left for competitors to register for the first World Tea Brewers Cup event in Australia. The inaugural event will happen at Fine Food Australia in Melbourne on September 12 and 13, and it includes brewing as well as tasting tea. It’s all going down thanks to naming sponsor Brita Water Filters, […]

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Photographic Branding Matters

Posted August 25, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

It always amazes me that people spend thousands of dollars and hours of time setting up their business – they get the right equipment, the right look and the right feel for their café, roastery or product – only to fall over at the critical hurdle of the marketing. You certainly wouldn’t use instant coffee […]

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Savouring Sweet Success

Posted August 25, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Espresso Room Canberra is continuing to prove itself as one of Australia’s most dynamic and innovative cafe scenes, due in large part to the work of visionaries including Espresso Room owner Michael Rose. The last three years have seen Michael’s steady rise in the nation’s capital as Espresso Room has expanded: the first store was […]

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Decadent Milk Chocolate

Posted August 18, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

Mixed berries + Chocolate = an unbeatable flavour With a distinct chocolate flavour and smooth mouth feel, The Art of Blend Decadent Milk Chocolate is an all-in-one beverage powder. While chocolate flavoured beverages, be them hot, cold or blended are forever popular, Decadent Milk Chocolate paired with something a little extra will create an endless […]

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The Heat is On

Posted August 18, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

A basic guide to better understanding heat transfer on a drum roaster As roasters, one of the most important things we are always trying to achieve is better control of the roasting process. And one aspect of this is better understanding Heat Transfer (HT). Understanding HT involves grasping the mechanisms & factors that drive & […]

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Re-thinking Lock-In Contracts for your Business

Posted August 4, 2016 by Cafe Culture Mag

News from Above with Philip Di Bella One of my greatest frustrations with this industry is seeing cafe owners get locked into product supply contracts that do not allow them flexibility to exit the relationship if they wish to. I have always been an advocate for business owners retaining their freedom of choice when it […]

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