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    • The Many Benefits of Decaf Coffee

      Coffee has become an indelible part of the British diet and is competing with tea for cups drunk per day and per year. That’s great news for coffee lovers. 

      While coffee has many health benefits, too much caffeine can have detrimental effects.

      That’s why decaf coffee is so popular. It can deliver that delicious coffee flavor and aroma and many of those health benefits, without overstimulating us.

      If you’re on the fence about whether to accept decaf coffee into your diet or your office, we are here to help.

      We have extolled the virtues of decaf coffee for years. With the quality of decaf coffee now being better than ever, we believe it should be a part of everyone’s diet.

      We’ll give you some great reasons why.

      First, we need to dispel a common myth we often see and hear around decaf coffee.

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    • Improve your coffee know-how with our 10 coffee facts

      Suffering from Lockdown Loco? During these strange times the four walls of your home may feel closer than ever before.

      While the time stretches out in front of us all (and you could well be craving for your usual office coffee), we can speak for everyone when we say that we’re just grateful for our health and that of our clients, friends and family.

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    • 12 things you probably didn't know about coffee

      It seems just five minutes ago that we were tapping out our guide for picking a new coffee supplier in time for the new year. And now here we are, suddenly at the end of 2019.

      How did that happen?

      And it’s not just any old New Year, either – it’s the start of a new decade. But between then and now, there’s the little matter of Christmas to enjoy. And in honour of the 12 days of Christmas, we wanted to enlighten you with 12 incredible coffee facts that you almost certainly didn’t know….

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    • New Year, New Coffee Supplier

      Looking for a new office coffee supplier in 2019? Here’s the inside track on what to look for...

      Tea and coffee – they are the backbone of British workplaces. We collaborate over it, wake up with it, and are cheered up by it during the tougher of afternoons. So it's no surprise that sometimes we need a new coffee supplier.

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    • Swiss Water Decaf – Amazing coffee. Explained.

      The Swiss Water Process – far from this being some continental beauty treatment or massage technique, is actually a solvent-free way of decaffeinating unroasted coffee beans – the only solvent free method, that is. Let’s dive into how it works and why it creates incredible tasting decaf.

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    • Good coffee? Great meeting - Coffee machines for meeting rooms

      It’s official. Monday morning, 9AM sharp. That’s the new time and day of the critically important meeting during which results are discussed, goals are set, and progress is presented. You NEED great coffee to hand.

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    • Kettles lose steam against an office bean to cup machine

      Since bean to cup machines emerged on the office scene, the debate between kettles and a fully automatic drinks solution has been a heated one.  There are some businesses that consider a drinks machine to be an unnecessary luxury that doesn’t pay any dividends, here we make the case for switching from kettle to an office coffee machine.

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    • Why we love these office capsule/sachet machines (and you should too!)

      Now whilst we are firm advocates of bean to cup machines for the office, we also appreciate that sometimes, especially for small areas like a reception or meeting room, commercial capsule/sachet machines provide a viable coffee solution.

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    • Six ways your office coffee machine keeps the ideas flowing

      Caffeine’s the buzz that kicks off your day, keeps you focused on the job and keeps up your productivity when energy levels flag. Beethoven, Mahler and Sartre all famously ran on coffee, while JK Rowling wrote her first Harry Potter novel sitting in her favourite coffee shop. Give your staff extra creative flair, with regular access to great coffee.

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