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MaxGear Leather Business Card Holder Business Cards Case with Magnetic Shut Coffee, Holds 25 Business Cards, Men or Women Name Card Holder Case


MaxGear Leather Business Card Holder Business Cards Case with Magnetic Shut Coffee, Holds 25 Business Cards, Men or Women Name Card Holder Case


$6.85


Premium Materials: The MaxGear Business Card case is made from top quality PU leather Large Capacity: — Professional business name card holder holds approximately 25 business cards. — It can hold credit cards, business cards, driver license, ID cards, medical cards, Metro cards, access cards, gym cards, etc. Feature: — Size (L*W*H): 4″L x 2.5″W x 0.4″H — Professional-looking name card …













Hamilton Beach 40515 45 -Cup Coffee Urn, Silver


Hamilton Beach 40515 45 -Cup Coffee Urn, Silver


$38.25


Makes 15-45 cups. Cup-per-minute brewing speed. Water-level indicators. Ready-to-serve light. Easy to fill. 2-way dispenser. Twist-lock lid and large handles. Removable cord. Glossy aluminum finish. Comfortable handles. Easy to clean and store. Dishwasher safe twist-lock lid and brew basket….

That's None Of My Business Coffee Mug or Tea Cup Ceramic Material Mugs White 11OZ Inspirational gifts for friends


That’s None Of My Business Coffee Mug or Tea Cup Ceramic Material Mugs White 11OZ Inspirational gifts for friends


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Looking for a unique and great gift for that coffee or tea fan in your life?Look no further!We creat our mug with Very professional looking and funny words. so pick a design that speaks to you! Or find the perfect gift for your friend and anyone on your list! .Capacity: 11 ounce white coffee mug C-shaped handle, comfortable to hold .Material: 100 % sturdy durable ceramic safe and healthy for dri…

Coffee


Coffee


$33


In this definitive guide, experts consider coffee’s history, global spread, cultivation, preparation, marketing, and the environmental and social issues surrounding it. They also describe the art and science of roasting, cupping, and making good coffee in a comprehensive handbook will be an essential resource to one of the world’s favorite beverages.

Never Drink Coffee During a Business Meeting


Never Drink Coffee During a Business Meeting


$24.61


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Everything but the Coffee


Everything but the Coffee


$29.95


Everything but the Coffee casts a fresh eye on the world’s most famous coffee company, looking beyond baristas, movie cameos, and Paul McCartney CDs to understand what Starbucks can tell us about America. Bryant Simon visited hundreds of Starbucks around the world to ask, Why did Starbucks take hold so quickly with consumers? What did it seem to provide over and above a decent cup of coffee? Why at the moment of Starbucks’ profit-generating peak did the company lose its way, leaving observers baffled about how it might regain its customers and its cultural significance? Everything but the Coffee probes the company’s psychological, emotional, political, and sociological power to discover how Starbucks’ explosive success and rapid deflation exemplify American culture at this historical moment. Most importantly, it shows that Starbucks speaks to a deeply felt American need for predictability and class standing, community and authenticity, revealing that Starbucks’ appeal lies not in the product it sells but in the easily consumed identity it offers.

Coffee in Colombia, 18501970


Coffee in Colombia, 18501970


$44.99


This is the first English-language history of Colombia as a coffee-producer.

The Coffee Paradox


The Coffee Paradox


$32.95


The global coffee chain is currently characterized by a paradoxical coexistence of a ‘coffee boom’ in consuming countries and a ‘coffee crisis’ in producing countries. This book shows that the ‘coffee paradox’ exists because the coffee farmers sell and the coffee consumers buy embed increasingly different ‘attributes’.

The Coffee Book


The Coffee Book


$18.99


A freshly updated edition of the best introduction to one of the world’s most popular products, The Coffee Book is jammed full of facts, figures, cartoons, and commentary covering coffee from its first use in Ethiopia in the sixth century to the rise of Starbucks and the emergence of Fair Trade coffee in the twenty-first. The book explores the process of cultivation, harvesting, and roasting from bean to cup; surveys the social history of caf society from the first coffeehouses in Constantinople to beatnik havens in Berkeley and Greenwich Village; and tells the dramatic tale of high-stakes international trade and speculation for a product that can make or break entire national economies. It also examines the industry’s major players, revealing how they have systematically reduced the quality of the bean and turned a much-loved product into a commodity and lifestyle accoutrement, ruining the lives of millions of farmers around the world in the process. Finally, The Coffee Book , hailed as a Best Business Book by Library Journal when it was first published, considers the exploitation of labor and damage to the environment that mass cultivation causes, and explores the growing conscious coffee market and Fair Trade movement.

New York City Coffee


New York City Coffee


$12.99


The coffee industry was made for New York: complex, diverse, fascinating and with plenty of attitude. Since arriving in the 1600s, coffee held patriotic significance during wartime, fueled industrial revolution and transformed the city’s foodways. The New York Coffee Exchange opened tumultuously in the 1880s. Alice Foote MacDougall founded a 1920s coffeehouse empire. In the same decade, Brooklyn teenager William Black started Chock Full o’Nuts with $250 and a dream. Third wavers Ninth Street Espresso and Joe made the latest latte craze mainstream. Through stories, interviews and photographs, coffee professional and Tristate native Erin Meister shares Gotham’s caffeinated past and explores the coffee-related reasons why the city never sleeps.

Sustainability in Coffee Production


Sustainability in Coffee Production


$49.95


Coffee, as a commodity and through its global value chains, is the focus of much interest to achieve fair trade and equitable outcomes for producers, processors and consumers. It has iconic cultural and economic significance for Colombia, which is one of the world’s major coffee producers for the global market. This book examines sustainable coffee production in Colombia, specifically the initiatives of Nestl to create shared value. It describes the transformation of the coffee landscape bythe development ofeconomically, socially and environmentally viable and dedicated supply chains. Suppliers have been encouraged to shift production and quality paradigms, in order to develop long-term and sustainable strategies for higher value and premium quality products. This has been partially achieved by establishing a robust partnership with the Coffee Growers Federation and other public, private and social actors, thereby taking control of the institutional architecture and knowledge base that exists in the country. The book provides an important lesson of corporate social responsibility and the creation of shared value for the benefit of farmers, corporations and consumers.

It's Not About the Coffee


It’s Not About the Coffee


$12.99


During his many years as a senior executive at Starbucks, Howard Behar helped establish the Starbucks culture, which stresses people over profits. He coached hundreds of leaders at every level and helped the company grow into a world-renowned brand. Now he reveals the ten principles that guided his leadership-and not one of them is about coffee. Behar shows that if you think of your staff as people (not labor costs) they will achieve amazing results. He discusses the importance of building trust, telling hard truths, thinking independently, and more. And he shares inside stories of key turning points for Starbucks, as it fought to hang on to its culture while growing exponentially.

Foressence Soho Briefcase Coffee - Foressence Non-Wheeled Business Cases


Foressence Soho Briefcase Coffee – Foressence Non-Wheeled Business Cases


$199.99


Soho Briefcase Coffee. This fashion-forward briefcase is handcrafted with 100% genuine leather and accented in solid brass hardware. It features a convenient removable and adjustable strap, handle, and stylish buckle closures. A stylish way to stay organized while on the go.

Modische PU-Leder Business Credit Card Holder (24 Pocket-Coffee)


Modische PU-Leder Business Credit Card Holder (24 Pocket-Coffee)


$2.99


Typ:Credit Card Holders; Extras:Business; Material:PU Leder; Farben:Braun; Ma├če(cm):10.5 x 7.5 x 1; Netto Gewicht(kg):0.025

Foressence Promenade Briefcase Coffee - Foressence Non-Wheeled Business Cases


Foressence Promenade Briefcase Coffee – Foressence Non-Wheeled Business Cases


$230.39


Promenade Briefcase Coffee. A modern twist to a timeless briefcase, the Promenade Briefcase features two large zip pockets and a removable adjustable strap. A forward thinking design that will carry you from morning until evening. Crafted with 100% genuine leather and accented in antique solid brass hardware, a unique and chic briefcase.

Coffee - Philosophy for Everyone


Coffee – Philosophy for Everyone


$19.5


Offering philosophical insights into the popular morning brew, Coffee — Philosophy for Everyone kick starts the day with an entertaining but critical discussion of the ethics, aesthetics, metaphysics, and culture of coffee. Matt Lounsbury of pioneering business Stumptown Coffee discusses just how good coffee can be Caffeine-related chapters cover the ethics of the coffee trade, the metaphysics of coffee and the centrality of the coffee house to the public sphere Includes a foreword by Donald Schoenholt, President at Gillies Coffee Company

Death by Coffee


Death by Coffee


$5.99


When Krissy Hancock and her best friend Vicki decide to open a bookstore caf in their new town of Pine Hills, they decide to call it “Death by Coffee,” after Krissy’s father’s most famous mystery novel. Little do they know how well the name fits On their very first day of business, Brendon Lawyer huffily takes his coffeeto the grave. It seems he had a severe allergy to peanutsbut how could there have been nuts in his coffee? And who stole his emergency allergy medication? Fortunately, Krissy’s love of puzzles and mysteries leads her not only to Officer Paul Dalton, but also to many of her new neighbors, who aren’t terribly upset that the book is closed on Brendon. But one of them is a killer, and Krissy needs to read between the lies if she wants to save her new storeand live to see how this story ends

Nicole Lee Fiona Rolling Business Tote, Special Print Edition Coffee - Nicole Lee Wheeled Business Cases


Nicole Lee Fiona Rolling Business Tote, Special Print Edition Coffee – Nicole Lee Wheeled Business Cases


$87.99


Fiona Rolling Business Tote, Special Print Edition Coffee. Fiona Rolling Business Tote, Special Print Edition

The Coffee Trader


The Coffee Trader


$14.99


The Edgar Awardwinning novel A Conspiracy of Paper was one of the most acclaimed debuts of 2000. In his richly suspenseful second novel, author David Liss once again travels back in time to a crucial moment in cultural and financial history. His destination: Amsterdam, 1659a mysterious world of trade populated by schemers and rogues, where deception rules the day. On the world’s first commodities exchange, fortunes are won and lost in an instant. Miguel Lienzo, a sharp-witted trader in the city’s close-knit community of Portuguese Jews, knows this only too well. Once among the city’s most envied merchants, Miguel has lost everything in a sudden shift in the sugar markets. Now, impoverished and humiliated, living on the charity of his petty younger brother, Miguel must find a way to restore his wealth and reputation. Miguel enters into a partnership with a seduc-tive Dutchwoman who offers him one last chance at successa daring plot to corner the market of an astonishing new commodity called coffee. To succeed, Miguel must risk everything he values and test the limits of his commercial guile, facing not only the chaos of the markets and the greed of his competitors, but also a powerful enemy who will stop at nothing to see him ruined. Miguel will learn that among Amsterdam’s ruthless businessmen, betrayal lurks everywhere, and even friends hide secret agendas. With humor, imagination, and mystery, David Liss depicts a world of subterfuge, danger, and repressed longing, where religious and cultural traditions clash with the demands of a new and exciting way of doing business. Readers of historical suspense and lovers of coffee (even decaf) will be up all night with this beguiling novel. From the Hardcover edition.
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