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VANCOUVER, BC (June 1st, 2004) – Canada’s only trade show and educational forum for the coffee and beverage industry takes place June 11th  & 12th, 2004 at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre. The Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo attracts retailers and restaurateurs, industry experts and novices to take part in over 20 industry workshops and view over 100 displays, exhibits and products.

A newly announced seminar series for the consumer and interested general public on Saturday, June 12 hopes to attract the amateur coffee and tea enthusiastic and is open to the public with advanced registration.

The Expo’s preliminary program for the trade opens on June 9th and 10th and features two hands-on Barista training workshops – “Barista Basics & Espresso Training” and “Intermediate Barista Workshop”- and two all day seminars - “Opening a Successful Coffee Business” and “The Business of Tea – How to start your own business”. Sunday, June 13 offers a “post-expo” four-hour coffee house expedition along Vancouver’s Commercial Drive, a roasting demonstration at JJ Bean House of Coffee and a Tea Stroll. Sunday is open to both trade and consumers.

Industry workshops on Friday, June 11th include:

• The Entrepreneurial Personality: Are you cut out to be in business for yourself? (Jim Skinner, Prof of Marketing, Humber College) and
• Quality & Sustainability: Benefiting your business, farmers & the environment (featuring a panel representing organic, fair trade and sustainable product suppliers, growers and retailers.)
• The Quick Fix: How to permanently eliminate chaos & frustration from your business (Tom Matzen, Quantum Growth Coaching)
• Espresso Bar Market Research Report: syrups, smoothies, kids drinks (Jim Zalunsky, Oscars Syrups/Kerry Foodservice).
• Getting into Tea (Brendan Waye, The Chai Company/Steeps Tea Inc)
• Achieving Financial Success in the Coffee Business (Ed Arvidson, Bellissimo Coffee Info Group).
• Shop Roasting (Jason Matuzewiski, Les Café Astoria)
• People Management: Five painless tips for getting your staff to work more productively (Jim Skinner, Prof of Marketing, Humber College).
• Latte Art Milk Steaming and Latte Art (Stephen Vick and Kyle Larson, Zoka Coffee Roaster and Tea Company) Proper milk steaming and latte art techniques: stretching, texturing, temperature control, and pouring.


Industry workshops on Saturday, June 12th include:

• A comparison of the US and Canadian Coffee Markets (Sandy McAlpine, Coffee Association of Canada)
• Latte Art Milk Steaming and Latte Art (Stephen Vick and Kyle Larson, Zoka Coffee Roaster and Tea Company) Proper milk steaming and latte art techniques: stretching, texturing, temperature control, and pouring.
• Flavours in the Coffee House (James Zannet, Gerhards Importers Canada Ltd)
• Discovering the World of Tea (Petra Allman, T Company).
• Expanding into the Wholesale Coffee Market Neal brown, Master Roaster)
• How to Double your Sales in 12 Months or Less (Tom Matzen, Quantum Growth Coaching).
• The Art & Science of Italian Espresso (Francesco Curatolo, Consultant) and Profiting from a Tea Menu (Brendan Waye, The Chai Company/Steeps Tea Inc).

Consumer seminars on Saturday, June 12th  (open to the public for the first time) are $35 each (includes admission cost) and include:

• The World of Coffee: coffee knowledge, tasting coffee like a pro (Bill Herne, Consultant, Sherri Johns, Whole Cup Consulting).
• Coffee & Chocolate pairing (Bill Herne, Consultant, Sherri Johns, Whole Cup Consulting).
• Consumer Espresso Lab (Mark Prince, Coffeegeek.com).
• Tea 101 (Louise Roberge, Tea Association of Canada).

Consumer and trade visitors are treated to the added excitement of the 2nd annual Canadian Barista Championship, which takes place on the trade, show floor. The competition is endorsed by the Canadian Coffee Association and sponsored by Rancilio, Oscars, Da Vinci Gourmet/Kerry Group Foodservice, Krups, CoffeeGeek.com, Reg Barber Tampers and is endorsed by the Coffee Association of Canada.

Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo 2004 exhibitor information, visitor registration and tickets to individual workshops are available at www.coffee-expo.com, (416) 784-5210 or by email at info@coffee-expo.com. Consumer seminar tickets are limited and will sell out quickly. A complete schedule and descriptions of all the workshops is available at www.coffee-expo.com


Media contact: Cate Simpson
The Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo 2004
T: 604-730-9626
F: 604-708-3049
E: simpsoncpr@telus.net

Canadian Coffee & Tea Expo 2004
Vancouver, BC, Canada
June 11 & 12, 2004
www.coffee-expo.com

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