February Coffee Profile – Metropolitan Mocha Java
Hu first started in 2012 in NYC as a high-end restaurant and market; back then they were known as ‘Hu Kitchen.’ Their vegan and paleo-friendly chocolate bars were a hit, and eventually started to sell in the natural retail channel. The purpose-led lifestyle brand, with a mission of, “Get Back to Human,” has expanded beyond chocolate and into new segments – baking, snacking chocolate, and grain-free crackers. Along the way, the brand has stayed true to its core values of unbeatable taste with unmatched simplicity.
Seemingly by the day, more and more people are turning to dairy-free milk alternatives for their morning coffee and tea. Learn more about the different milk alternatives available and how they are changing the breakroom game.
We know water is a great way to stay hydrated and healthy while working from home during the pandemic – but let’s face it, that gets boring. And especially in the cold months, we crave a warm beverage. But don’t turn to the sugary drinks just yet – having a cup of unsweetened tea can keep you hydrated and help reduce sugar in your diet instead of reaching for that peppermint mocha latte.
Snacking. Whether it is to tide you over between back to back meetings, or give you the push you need to get past the 2:30 slump, everyone needs a little something to get through the work day. Snacking has never been more prevalent, with 44% of workers ages 25-34 choosing to forgo the traditional three square meals a day for periodic snacking. With this in mind, Aramark created Snack Boxes. Expertly curated selections offering delicious snacks – for every type of snacker. In a time where the “office” can be just about anywhere, your favorite snacks should be there too.
Whether in the office or at home, it can be hard to stay focused and productive amid change.
Here are four tips to help create a sense of normalcy and remain on task.
New ways to a more sustainable future are coming from every angle! PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is the most common thermoplastic used in single-use beverage bottles, but it takes the plastic hundreds of years to break down in the environment. There’s good news ahead, as researchers from the University of Portsmouth and National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found a super enzyme that’s derived from bacteria which can naturally and fully digest PET plastic bottles.
How well do you know the coffee you drink every morning? In this article we break down all of the differences between light, medium, and dark roast coffee. The facts may surprise you.