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Archive for March 2016

S&D’s Buckner Presents on Millennial Coffee Drinkers at Restaurant Leadership

CONCORD, N.C. – John Buckner, vice president of marketing for S&D Coffee & Tea, will lead a discussion forum at the upcoming Restaurant Leadership Conference, to be held April 3-6 in Phoenix. In Buckner’s educational session, “Millennial Coffee Drinkers & the Role of Sustainability,” attendees will learn more about young coffee drinkers (YCD): the key […]

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Winner, Winner, Congee Dinner

The cameras have stopped filming. The chef coats are back on the rack. The judges have made their choices. Yes, another S&D Culinary Challenge is in the books — and another talented Johnson & Wales Charlotte student joins the ranks of winners. Earning first place honors for 2016 is Chainey Kuykendall. A junior from Mount […]

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March 25, 2016 Coffee and Tea Market Report Highlights

Coffee Market The market finished down five percent on a shortened week after consecutive weeks of steady gains, closing slightly below the 200 day moving (basis life of contract). Latin America was mostly quiet with limited selling due to Semana Santa, suggesting that the correction was speculative in nature. The big turn came on Wednesday […]

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S&D Leaders to Discuss Category Management at UNCW Business Week

CONCORD, N.C. – Helen Griffith, director of marketing, Natalie Clontz, marketing manager, and Lee Wicker, senior vice president, national accounts, all with S&D Coffee & Tea, will share their expertise with students at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) as part of the school’s annual Business Week. On Tuesday, March 29 and Wednesday, March […]

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How the weather in Colombia is impacting coffee

There may be more than 2,000 miles separating S&D’s Concord headquarters and Colombia, but the weather conditions in the country’s coffee-growing regions have a far-reaching impact on the industry. Overview of the situation El Niño has shown its power in Colombia two ways: lack of rain and increased sunshine, which both lead to higher temperatures. […]

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