April 26, 2018

Announcing the best new product winners at SCA, Seattle 2018

 The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) have announced the winners of the Best New Product Awards at the 2018 Specialty Coffee Expo in Seattle. The Best New Product Awards, a long running feature of Expo, recognize new products judged on their quality and value to the specialty coffee and tea industry.
Ten different product categories are evaluated and a winner is declared in each category.  Additionally, judges selected the Best Booth and Best Pop Up Café winners of this year’s event.
The 2018 Best New Product winners are:
• Coffunity:
Technology / Best of Show
• Ground Control:
Commercial Coffee or Tea Preparation and Serving Equipment
• Breville:
Consumer Coffee or Tea Preparation and Serving Equipment (Electrical)
• Soma:
Consumer Coffee or Tea Preparation and Serving Equipment (Non Electrical)
• Detpak:
Coffee Accessories
• Dona Chai:
Specialty Beverage Stand Alone
• Pacific Foods:
Specialty Beverage Flavor Additive
• Savor Brands:
• LalCafe:
Open Class
The 2018 Best Booth / Best Pop Up Café winners are:
• Smith Teamaker
(Booth #2026): Single Booth Category
• Barista 22
(Booth #2310): 10X20 Category
• Daterra Coffee
(Booth #2201): Sustainability Category
• Rancillo
(Booth #927): Multiple Booths Category
• Coffee House by Chef’n
(Booth #320): First Time Exhibitor Category
• China, Portrait Country
(Booth #827): Best Island Category
• Campos
(Skybridge): Best Pop Up 1 Category
• La Marzocco (Skybridge):
Best Pop Up 2 Category
See website for more information and updates

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