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PepsiCo Inks Distribution Agreement with VOSS Water

PepsiCo and VOSS Water Of Norway announced a multi-year agreement that enables PepsiCo’s foodservice division to distribute VOSS artesian water throughout the U.S. in select channels, including fine dining restaurants and luxury lodging.

S&D Coffee & Tea Sponsors Re:co Fellowship Program for Third Year

S&D Coffee & Tea continued its commitment to the specialty coffee industry by serving as the sole sponsor for the Re:co Fellowship program for the third consecutive year. The Fellowship program grants access to individuals who might not have otherwise been able to attend the Re:co Symposium, held April 19-20 in Seattle, as well as the Global Specialty Coffee Expo (GSCE) that followed.

Farmer Brothers Buys West Coast Coffee Company

Farmer Bros. Co., a national coffee roaster, wholesaler, and distributor of coffee, tea and culinary products announced that it has acquired West Coast Coffee Company for $13.5 million, plus a performance-based payment of $1 million if certain sales levels are achieved in certain subsequent periods.

Specialty Teas Take on a Starring Role

In terms of beverage reverence, tea is often overlooked in favor of wine, craft beer, and even coffee. But at the Park Hyatt Washington’s Tea Cellar in D.C., teatime has been duly venerated since the building’s renovation in 2005.

Craft Coffee Hits its Stride

As a coffee aficionada, Kelly Fields—executive pastry chef and partner at the year-old Willa Jean in New Orleans, a restaurant also operated by celebrity chef John Besh—knew regular drip coffee just wouldn’t do.