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In today’s society un-fair trade is ripe in many industries. The indecencies and impacts that non-sustainable products are having on society and our planet is becoming more apparent. As a result we find ourselves slowly to moving toward products that are sustainable. But what defines sustainability? And with all the different products on the market
So here we are two weeks in to Plastic Free July and what we know now to what we knew two weeks a go is astonishing. To start we are going to drop a few random facts. Annually approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide. That’s more than one million bags used every minute. 50
Coffee is the morning energy boost for millions of Aussies and collectively we consume over 1 billion cups a year. What most of us are blindly unaware of though is that our morning cups of joy are generally not recyclable. In fact only a small percentage of coffee cups currently on the market can be recycled. Most
Melbourne is pretty significant when it comes to coffee. You could definitely say we’re on the world map. Most Melbournians start there morning with a good old fashioned latte; 43.5% in fact (according to Australian Bureau of Statics in 2014). Whether it’s a Latte, cappuccino or flat white they all start with an espresso shot.
There are thousands of varieties of coffee around the world that come from hundreds of different beans. Each coffee has it’s own unique properties and flavour but what makes up all those flavours you hear about? The hints of exotic fruits, the chocolate and nuts, the aromas and characteristics. Well as it turns out almost everything
You may have heard that coffee is the world’s second highest traded commodity only exceeded by oil. It’s true. It’s also true after water coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world. Now take a moment to comprehend this and what it means. Think about how big the world is and how many people