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Business in Vancouver - Life Lessons: Elana Rosenfeld, Kicking Horse Coffee

Develop a good filter to stay focused
By Jen St. Denis

Elana Rosenfeld started Kicking Horse Coffee with her husband, Leo Johnson, in 1996. As recent university grads from Montreal, the pair dreamed of living in a small mountain town. They found the lifestyle they were looking for in the East Kootenay town of Invermere.


LOCAL RIDE BIKE SHOP’S PUMPKIN CROSS 2014

PUMPKIN CROSS ATTRACTS OVER 200 CYCLISTS OF ALL ABILITIES WITH FOCUS ON FUN, ACCESSIBILITY


The Globe and Mail - Small-town success Kicking Horse Coffee brews bold move to the U.S.

Kicking Horse founder prepares to push into U.S. markets while keeping the operation in the remote community where it was born
By ROY MacGREGOR

This is where The Hippie Dream ended up.


A Kickass Approach to Building a Great Culture

By Michael Kerr

You have to admire a company that never does things half ass, whose entrepreneurial spirit is truly kickass, and whose marketing efforts occasionally have a smartass quality about them. These are the traits that not only flavor their culture, but also reflect the flavor of three of Kicking Horse Coffee’s blends: Kick Ass dark roast, Smart Ass medium roast, and Half Ass (with, naturally, half the caffeine).


Food in Canada - A Quality Cuppa

Food Trends Coffee & Tea

Specialty trends are stirring up the coffee and tea market.
By Valerie Ward

Canadians love their coffee — and increasingly, their tea as well. Our per capita consumption of coffee is among the highest in the world, and our climbing tea consumption is forecast to jump 40 per cent by 2020, says a trends report commissioned by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.


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