Press Clippings

    By David Saito-Chung

    Alfred Peet was convinced that Americans would pay up for a better-tasting cup of coffee. This was back in the 1950s and ’60s — way before today’s gourmet coffee shops.

    He also saw hardly anyone willing to travel the globe in search of excellent coffee beans, teach the public how premium-quality coffee should taste and explain that with coffee beans, where they’re grown matters.

    By Breanne Massey, Pioneer Staff

    The bold flavour at Kicking Horse Coffee has been widely praised in the Columbia Valley for decades, but now, the brand is gaining popularity worldwide.

    Elana Rosenfeld, co-founder and CEO at Kicking Horse Coffee, made a home in Invermere and then built a career that has captured the attention of Canadian, American and British audiences — the kick-ass company was recently featured in a business profile on the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

    By Rob Boffard
    Business reporter, Vancouver

    Elana Rosenfeld was not even remotely prepared for her first wholesale orders.

    GOODNESS: Recipes & Stories
    by Peter & Chris Neal

    Goodness: Recipes & Stories celebrates 37 good food fighters from across Canada—chefs, entrepreneurs, growers, and food activists who believe that good, healthy food should be accessible to all. Each of their stories underlines the simple truth: food has the power to enrich lives and build strong communities.

    By Rebecca Grima

    Why is it that we share some of our most intimate conversations over a cup of coffee?  What is it about this seemingly innocent dark, brown liquid that has the power to make us drop our inhibitions, expose our vulnerabilities, confess our deepest struggles, idealistic dreams with a simple invitation, Want to meet for a coffee?