Top of the list of priorities for coffee shop operators is the best coffee machine for the job, and quality coffee. Yet water makes up to 98% of a cup of coffee, so it shouldn’t be ignored. With high quality, filtered water you can taste the difference in the flavour and aroma of your coffee. And it increases the lifecycle of your coffee machine by preventing limescale build-up, so it’s good for the environment too.
We are very excited to announce that Arla Organic Milk will continue to be the official milk sponsor for UK Coffee Week 2018!
Arla believes that organic milk should be for everyone. This vision led them to found Arla Organic Milk last November to ensure affordable goodness for all. There is a rising demand for healthy organic milk that is also good for the land and animals involved. By making organic milk affordable, Arla Organic Milk aims to give everyone the choice of something better.
With the support of Arla Organic Milk as a sponsor for UK Coffee Week 2018 we will be able to raise more money to support clean water and sanitation initiatives in coffee growing communities.
'It is very important that we support coffee farmers around the world and Project Waterfall is a very important element of that and being a part of sponsoring that makes me very proud' - Tomas Pietrangeli, Managing Director, Arla Foods UK
LATTE ART THROWDOWN
During UK Coffee Week 2017, Arla Organic Milk teamed up with The Gentlemen Baristas to host a Latte Art Throwdown at their store in Borough.
9 baristas took to the challenge for a chance to win £150 of Asda vouchers and a years supply of Arla Organic Milk. The winner for the night was Matilda Eriksson from The Gentlemen Baristas!