Green Means Go for Greenstreet Coffee’s Newest Shop in West PhillyDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Greenstreet West Philly Storefront

The new Greenstreet Coffee location on Baltimore Ave.

Greenstreet Coffee has opened its third retail location in the City of Brotherly Love, offering green beans turned brown and brewed.

The roasting and retail coffee company co-founded by brothers Chris and Tom Molieri soft-opened the new cafe in West Philadelphia earlier this month, adding to the lineup of retail shops that includes a bar at its roastery in Point Breeze and another shop in Center City.

Greenstreet West Philly Coffee Bar

The new Baltimore Ave. shop.

“Like our other two coffee bars, our focus for our Baltimore Avenue shop is to be a go-to spot for

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A woman in Geneseo makes her dreams come true by opening her own coffee shop

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A woman in Geneseo is making her dreams come true by opening up her own coffee shop in her hometown.

Kelly Wolf is seeing her dream turn into a reality.

“This was always an idea I had in the back of my mind growing up in Geneseo I always wanted a coffee shop where I could go get a latte in the morning,” said Wolf.

Caffeine and Carbs has something for everyone to enjoy.

“I wanted people to know what we sold and

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Thomas Hammer opens new coffee shop on the South Hill

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Since founding Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters 28 years ago, owner Thomas Hammer envisioned opening a coffee shop on the South Hill.

“We’ve been looking for a location on the South Hill for that long,” Hammer said. “We made an agreement with ourselves if we came to the South Hill, we were going to do it right.”

On Wednesday, Hammer opened a new concept shop, Thomas Hammer Coffee Roasters LTD Reserve, at 3173 S. Grand Blvd.  

“We really wanted to bring a community coffee house to the South Hill that is open to everyone, and is a place to gather and

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18 of 40 European Markets Saw Coffee Shop Declines Due to COVID-19, Report StatesDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Nearly half of the 40 European countries identified in the latest Allegra World Coffee Portal market report saw a decline in the number of coffee shops over the past year due to COVID-19. The year also saw dramatic slumps in coffee shop sales throughout Europe, by about 30%.

Major chains such as Costa Coffee, McCafé and Starbucks proved most resilient to the pandemic, with each reporting moderate growth in the total number of coffee shops. With more than 8,700 shops, those three chains now comprise about 22% of the total European coffee market, while 20 of Europe’s largest chains now

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