Month: September 2019

A heli-skiing trip is a staple feature on any keen skier or snowboarder’s bucket list. As one of the most adrenaline-fuelled and adventurous activities in the mountains the thrill of accessing untapped terrain in the wilderness is legendary, but what’s it actually like stepping out under those propellers for the first time? Here are five
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Barry Callebaut’s latest chocolate product is made with the entire cacao fruit. Barry Callebaut Barry Callebaut has debuted the world’s first chocolate made with the entire cacao fruit in San Francisco, including its nutrient-dense peel and fruity pulp juice. The Swiss chocolatier said its latest range of confectionery products, named “Cacaofruit Experience,” marks the creation
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Just You is the UK’s single traveller specialist, organising holidays for independent globe trotters to over 65 countries, without charging a single supplement. Just You designs its holidays to offer the perfect balance between an escorted tour and independent travel. There is the option to stick with the group or head off and explore on
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TUNO sandwich TUNO TUNO is trying to disrupt the $120 billion seafood industry with a plant-based alternative. TUNO’s founder Doug Hines, who was a former seafood industry executive and COO at Bumble Bee, shared more in a recent interview. Plant-Based Tuna Alternative Hines is the chairman and principal owner of Atlantic Natural Foods, a shelf-stable
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Hyperloop Transportation Technologies capsule. Source: Hyperloop TT Think of how well-traveled and eco-responsible you would be if you could economically zip between cities at speeds exceeding 700 miles per hour in a comfortable, carbon-neutral way. Without going to the airport. That’s the promise of hyperloop. The ground transportation technology envisions moving people (and, no doubt,
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(CNN) — Finally, the day we’ve all been waiting for: National Coffee Day (known to plebs as September 29th). It’s a day for caffeine addicts, workaholics, and Pumpkin Spice Latte enthusiasts to hit the streets in celebration of the only thing that gets them up in the mornings. So what’s the real deal with coffee?
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Even if an A-road runs right through it, Newport feels like a slice of remote Wales redolent of a more genteel era, with its sleepy coastal vibe and high street lined with sagging stone cottages and candy-coloured Georgian townhouses.  There’s a sprinkling of holidaymakers lingering in cafés over crushed-avocado-on-sourdough and single-origin coffees, and browsing gallery-studios
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Coffee Cherries from Panama. Lauren Mowery When I last reviewed coffee subscriptions in the spring, I showcased companies based on customer type. However, the landscape continues to evolve and grow. Now, given there are a multitude of offerings – nearly 100 – creating a “best of” list proves difficult. Indeed, the market may be nearing
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