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Upper Limb Injuries in Baristas

Introducing the PuqPress Introduction Next time you stop in for a coffee at your local barista, spare a thought for them, or maybe ask them how they are feeling. There is a good chance that they might be experiencing some low back pain or arm pain, particularly around the shoulder elbow or wrist. You see, […]

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Profit in Specialty Tea Service

From our early childhood experiences of an afternoon tea stemming from our English roots to our more recent European style tea brewing methods, our tea culture is brimming with ethnic diversity. With the café scene flourishing across Australia, the opportunities to experience this diversity have never been better, with many of us making the visit […]

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Retro coffee – was it really that bad?

For many a coffee drinker only recently discovering the wonders of the liquid gold, the image of a cappuccino stacked with a mountainous peak of frothed milk is all but a tale mentioned in conversation amongst seasoned baristas and aficionados. However, the select few that have been around long enough to experience such wonders have […]

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The Journey of a Coffee Drinker

By Kevin Chilvers I first met Cafe Culture Magazine Publisher Sean Edwards at Toby’s Estate, Chippendale. I was a relative newby to the cafe industry and ordered a cappuccino – Sean ordered a piccolo latte – I’d never heard of a piccolo latte at the time. It sounded a little bit special. I don’t think […]

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Brisbane coffee roasters are crema of the crop

Brisbane coffee roasters Elixir Coffee are proving consistency is key notching up 26 award wins since 2013 at prestigious competitions such as the Golden Bean, Sydney Royal Show and RASV Australian International Coffee Awards...
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Hank’s Ploughmans Chutney

Hank’s traditional Ploughmans Chutney is a blend of the finest apple, tomato, sultanas, onion added with a touch of ginger to create a full-bodied chutney, rich in flavour and texture. Used in some of the finest restaurants a...
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Cargo Crew

m. 03 9411 9850 e. hello@cargocrew.com.au w. cargocrew.com.au The Modern Uniform We’re sure you’re going to love the Cargo Crew range just as much as we loved creating it. Led by originality and our fashion design herita...
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Kayne Ensten: Complete Café Services and The Coffee Workshop

Café Biz Adelaide – Panel Discussion: Getting the mix right in your cafe   Kayne Ensten has spent almost two decades working as a service manager and technician and for local and national coffee companies. It’s this e...
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Compak Fresh Master Grinder

KEY FEATURES • Bean flow control via high precision auger • One or two on-demand ground coffees • Precise dosing • Push button “grind” for manual dosing • Double fan cooling system • Three positions swit...
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Issue 19 2009

Featured stories: • CSR Golden Bean Competition and Conference wrap • Trans Tasman • Franchise cafes • Roaster Girls • Minas Gerais – Brazil • Spring Salads • Selecting a blend • Machine Review
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Issue 10 2007

Featured stories: • New Zealand’s Altura Success Story • Bike Store Cafes • The Gino Rossi Success Story • Singapore • Barista Competitions 2007 • Roaster Profile – Gigante Coffee • Tricks and Traps to...
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The Beverage Food Group presents… “Gemma”

Exclusively distributed by The Beverage Food Group based in Melbourne, we’ve discovered this awesome little roaster made in Italy by Sweet Coffee Italia. Affectionately named ”Gemma”, these 2 kg capacity units allow you t...
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