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How can we tell that Fair Trade is successful and what’s the big secret to this program that is pivotal to it’s success and growth?   The Fair Trade Basics – What is it? Firstly, what is Fair Trade? Fair Trade is a trading partnership based... READ MORE

The Secret of Fair Trade

Posted 2 weeks ago

How can we tell that Fair Trade is successful and what’s the big secret to this program that is pivotal to it’s success and growth?   The Fair Trade Basics – What is... READ MORE

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Canterbury 2017 Initiatives

Posted 4 months ago

Now that we’ve jumped straight into 2017, we have some big resolutions in the works. Each one of these resolutions is part of an exciting plan for the New Year and looking... READ MORE

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5 Movember events to visit in Toronto this week!

Posted 6 months ago

The Canadian Movember office in Toronto is buzzing with donations this month to help support some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and... READ MORE

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Coffee at War – Lest We Forget

Posted 6 months ago

For as long as anyone can remember, soldiers have cherished a fresh, hot cup of coffee in camps and on the march. Their food wasn’t always gourmet and rations small, so having... READ MORE

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What is the Black Honey process?

Posted 7 months ago

The Black Honey process is a drying process where part of the cherry remains on the bean and is covered while drying. The Honey name is a bit misleading because people tend... READ MORE

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Canterbury Celebrates Three Medal Wins in Portland!

Posted 8 months ago

Our Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is probably Canterbury's best kept secret. For two years in a row, this blend of organic espresso has brought home silver from the Golden Bean Awards. The reSIProcate line of... READ MORE

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Espresso Troubleshooting

Posted 1 year ago

Espresso is finicky. Every morning (and at the beginning of every shift) your espresso needs to be dialed in, a process that takes knowledge, experience, and some intuition. Start by knowing what... READ MORE

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Keeping Beans Fresh

Posted 1 year ago

As a specialty coffee professional, it’s difficult for me to stop by the bean shelf at an independent café or grocery store without cringing. This reflex is not a result of coffee... READ MORE

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In ‘Sprout,’ Five Months of Coffee Growth in an Incredible Time Lapse

Posted 2 years ago

Combining equal passion for roasted coffee production and filmmaking, Gábor Laczkó has provided some unprecedented views into various stages of the coffee’s seed-to-cup lifecycle — like when he put GoPro cameras inside... READ MORE

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Drink To Your Health: Study Links Daily Coffee Habit To Longevity

Posted 2 years ago

If you have a daily coffee habit, here's something to buzz about: A new study finds those cups of joe may help boost longevity. "In our study, we found people who drank three to... READ MORE

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Tamping: the Consistency Game

Posted 2 years ago

"I am never going to be able to do this effectively.” I’m sure that I didn’t inspire much confidence in my trainer when I said that, but I was genuinely daunted by... READ MORE

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Brewing Coffee and Tea Pairings

Posted 2 years ago

The decision was unanimous among the sommeliers at Eleven Madison Park restaurant in New York. The perfect pairing for chef Daniel Humm’s signature honey and lavender roasted duck was the Water Golden Turtle. Notably,... READ MORE

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How Much Is Latte Art Really Worth? A Whole Lot, New Study Says

Posted 2 years ago

  The presence and general shape of latte art have a profound impact on consumers’ collective perceptions of value and even taste, according to new research from British and Australian researchers that... READ MORE

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Is Cold Brew Coffee Craze a Summer Consumption Game Changer?

Posted 2 years ago

  For U.S. coffee shops, business usually cools down as the weather heats up. But as the latest craze, cold brew coffee, moves from a hipster infatuation to mainstream staple, that traditional... READ MORE

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Keep your Cool with Cold Brew

Posted 2 years ago

  You are sitting on a patio during a heat wave, knocking back bottle after bottle of fantastic cold brewed coffee in an effort to stay refreshed and also focused on your... READ MORE

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How Bad Are K-Cups for the Environment?

Posted 2 years ago

  "I don't have one. They're kind of expensive to use,” John Sylvan told me frankly, of Keurig K-Cups, the single-serve brewing pods that have fundamentally changed the coffee experience in recent... READ MORE

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Coffee ‘polarization’: Drip coffee sales dip in Canada as pricier specialty drinks grow

Posted 2 years ago

  Single-serve brewing machines have become so popular that fewer Canadians are buying old-fashioned drip coffee outside of their homes, according to market research firm NPD Group. But coffee shops needn’t worry... READ MORE

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Canterbury 2017 Initiatives

Posted 4 months ago

Now that we’ve jumped straight into 2017, we have some big resolutions in the works. Each one of these resolutions is part of an exciting plan for the New Year and looking... READ MORE

Canterbury Highlights

Canterbury Celebrates Three Medal Wins in Portland!

Posted 8 months ago

Our Ethiopian Yirgacheffe is probably Canterbury's best kept secret. For two years in a row, this blend of organic espresso has brought home silver from the Golden Bean Awards. The reSIProcate line of... READ MORE

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Happy National Aboriginal Day from Spirit Bear Coffee!

Posted 11 months ago

Today marks the 20th anniversary of National Aboriginal day, which was first established in 1996. National Aboriginal Day is held every year on June 21st to coincide with the summer solstice, a... READ MORE

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Introducing: OneCoffee’s More OK Hall of Fame

Posted 12 months ago

Inspired by OneCoffee’s organic, fair trade and 99% biodegradable* Keurig-compatible pods, 10 honourees celebrate More OK moments in history—moments when everyday things evolved into something slightly better. Take for example the bendy... READ MORE

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Canterbury Celebrates Fairtrade Month!

Posted 1 year ago

Since 1991, Canterbury has been roasting high-quality coffee that is Fairtrade certified. We believe that coffee producers should make their own decisions, control their futures and lead the dignified life everyone deserves.... READ MORE

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Canterbury Coffee Turns 35!

Posted 1 year ago

Since day one, Canterbury has been delivering high-quality service to people and ideas in the coffee industry. In 1981, we started as a micro roaster in Richmond, BC and only roasted 100% Arabica coffees –... READ MORE

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Sacred Acre

Posted 1 year ago

In our quest for great coffee, we've found some of the highest quality, shade-grown Arabica beans from across the world. It is with great excitement we share with you the launch of... READ MORE

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Giving back one sip at a time

Posted 1 year ago

Here at Canterbury, we’re very proud of our reSIProcate coffee for many reasons. Each one is made with only 100% Arabica beans, and is certified organic and fair trade. The result is... READ MORE

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OneCoffee’s National Television Debut

Posted 1 year ago

  We start the year by remembering, with a smile, one of the many plant tours we conducted in 2015. For one entire day, we hosted the production crew from The Food... READ MORE

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The Season of Giving has Begun!

Posted 1 year ago

The holiday season has officially kicked off here at Canterbury Coffee, for staff and our communities. Every year, we celebrate with festivities for our hard-working teams across the country. We also believe... READ MORE

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