Some of the ‘brick and mortar’ green business ideas we’ve covered before can also easily be scaled down and modified into a mobile business, especially in those markets where there’s already a proven demand, as well as plenty of room for a unique small business to differentiate itself. It can be a huge advantage to […]
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The recent popularity of coffee houses, as being not just another place to grab a cup of joe, but also functioning as a meeting place, a working space, and a community hub, can be a big element in your favor if you’re leaning toward this green business idea. A coffee house can be as fancy […]
KonaRed is turning the coffee berry into a sports drink. This previously discarded fruit portion of the coffee plant is a whole new market now, providing coffee growers a shot in the arm and diverting waste.
KonaRed is the fruit of the commonly known coffee plant, sourced from Kona Coffee – grown only in the Kona district on the west side of the Big Island, Hawaii. Before Kona Coffee emerges as a rich coffee bean and can make its way into coffee mugs, it has to be stripped off its skin. An estimated 40 million pounds of coffee fruit and skin gets tossed away annually in Hawaii. High labor costs make composting unviable for the coffee farmers. So when Shaun Roberts came along to buy this fruit, he was more than welcome.
Debco has recently released a version of the MoMA I Am Not A Paper Cup which they are DA4299 COFFEE MUG and selling at an EQP of $9.73, which is nearly half the EQP $18.08 cost of the MoMA model.
You drink coffee. Tea. When it’s at home, it’s organic, and when you’re out, you do your best. In so many ways, you live a green lifestyle. And yet, there’s one sticky point: the cup.
As the mercury drops this winter season, the Grande Latte is in vogue again – but will set you back almost $4. Here are 5 tips for how to have your cup o’ Joe without breaking the bank.
This is a guest post by John Simonetta, owner of an eco-friendly promotional items consultancy (see proformagreen.com). John’s blogs are designed to keep us up to date on the “greening” of his industry. Ecopreneurist.com asked me to post a few more green gifts ideas on what an Ecopreneurist might give for the holidays. I wanted […]