Blog: Boire son café et être en paix avec la planète

Par Marie Noelle Marineau   J’ai depuis peu une machine Keurig 2.0. Vous connaissez ma passion pour le café, alors ce n’est pas si étonnant. J’aime beaucoup le concept de se faire une tasse à la fois, car j’étais du genre à me préparer une carafe de10-12 tasses et vouloir la boire au complet… pour [...]

October 9th, 2015|Reviews|

Burnaby company’s green solution to coffee pods

BY WANDA CHOW, BURNABY NEWSLEADER It seems everyone at least knows someone with one of those trendiest of coffee makers, the one-cup-at-a-time types that have consumers eschewing bags of beans for boxes of plastic cups. But while the innovation has exploded in popularity the last couple of years, creating opportunities for those in the coffee industry, [...]

January 17th, 2015|Sustainability|

OneCoffee presents: Premium Coffee with a Conscience, Ta Da!

BY SHEDOESTHECITY Full disclosure: we love the idea of a single-serve coffee maker. There’s nothing lovelier than starting our mornings with a hot cup of coffee made in the comfort of home. Especially, in the face of adversity like severe winter conditions (the first major snowfall still has us in shock) and having to put on pants. But, [...]

December 15th, 2014|Reviews|

Canadian Companies Get a “Needs Improvement” Grade on Sustainability Report Card

CNW GROUP   New poll finds 82 per cent of Canadians want to see companies invest more in the development of smarter, greener products VANCOUVER, Dec. 3, 2014 /CNW/ - Canadian companies are far from making the honour roll when it comes to eco-conscious practices – 60 per cent of Canadians gave them a 'C' or [...]

December 3rd, 2014|Sustainability|

Richmond company brews eco-friendly ideas

BY MATTHEW HOEKSTRA, RICHMOND REVIEW. A Richmond-based firm is taking the guilt out of convenience coffee.Canterbury Coffee recently introduced OneCoffee, a biodegradable, fair-trade, organic single-serve coffee container compatible with Keurig coffee makers. Derek Perkins, senior marketing manager at the 33-year-old East Richmond company, said consumer reaction has been overwhelming since the product hit retail shelves [...]

October 10th, 2013|Sustainability|

Blog: Canterbury Coffee OneCoffee Review

BY KAISY. I have a Keurig® coffee brewer and I love it. The best thing about it is that I can make one cup of coffee at a time. The one thing I worry a bit about is the K-cups they are not biodegradable so when I found the OneCoffee from Canterbury Coffee I was [...]

October 4th, 2013|Reviews|

Blog: Canterbury Coffee Biodegradable K-Cups

BY WHO SAID NOTHING IN LIFE IS FREE?. Canada’s Canterbury Coffee has introduced the World’s FIRST EVER biodegradable and environmentally safe, fair-trade, organic K-Cup compatible cup – OneCoffee™. This is not to be compared to a reusable pod that you put in a filter basket – it’s the world’s first K-Cup compatible cup of its [...]

October 2nd, 2013|Reviews|
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