coffee served on flights

Coffee served on flights- don’t do it

Many of us who worked in fast food in our younger days often cannot come back to eat at that same place.  We just know too much about what goes on back there.

It is easier for us to be ignorant to all of the other restaurants that we frequent however.  We just want to go out, enjoy our time, and not think about the potentially gross stuff going on and how we can avoid it.

Until recently, the food and drinks served on a plane were the same for me ((continued))

Do Not Order Coffee On Your Flight. Here is Why:

Many of us who worked in fast food in our younger days often cannot come back to eat at that same place.  We just know too much about what goes on back there.

It is easier for us to be ignorant to all of the other restaurants that we frequent however.  We just want to go out, enjoy our time, and not think about the potentially gross stuff going on and how we can avoid it.

Until recently, the food and drinks served on a plane were the same for me ((continued))

It’s About To Get More Difficult To Get Coffee– Here is why

Coffee is big business in the United States. There are 150 million coffee drinkers drinking an average of 3.2 cups per day, according to recent statistics. This is nearly a half billion cups, just in the US.
This may seem like a lot, but when you consider that the US isn’t even in the top 20 coffee drinking countries, it makes you wonder.
For how much coffee is being consumed, you would think that coffee must be grown all over. This is true to an extent. However, Brazil alone is responsible for over 25% of all coffee grown across the world.

Where it gets crazy is when you consider we reported in a previous article that the single biggest influence on coffee prices is the weather in Brazil ((continued))