Working with Scoop Malone (aka Ian Boughton) the Association will have a monthly bulletin on what is happening in the Association and around the hot and cold beverages industry too.
The November issue of the Beverage Standards Association Bulletin is now available to read, online… and free! Just click the link above.
This month we look at staff shortages in the trade, the recent debates on barista mental health, Miko’s rebuilding of a coffee farm, dogs in cafes, the new book on coffee history, and the correct use of flavoured syrups. We think it’s rather good…
This second issue has truly fascinating subjects : the amount of milk wasted in cafes, the theory of cash-free cafes, the concept of bottle-free milk supply in cafes, the puzzle of making hot chocolate well, and astonishingly, the subject of modern-day slavery in Britain and what it has to do with the coffee trade.
Scoop Malone never to hide his success under a bushel says ‘I honestly think we’re making coffee-trade journalism interesting again!’
The first edition is now launched………..and includes ‘The public doesn’t like our tea!, Online reviews – be ready to fight back, says the BSA and Are we serving coffee at the right temperature.
Who would ever have thought it… Scoop Malone, the most interesting writer in the coffee trade in recent years, has returned! He is retired, but is assisting the Beverage Standards Association with their interesting new project, the BSA Bulletin – this is a little online magazine full of beverage trade news and Association comment, and Scoop’s typical sideways humour. If you have something to say about the Beverage industry and you are (or even if you are not) a BSA member contact Scoop Malone.