World of Business: White Coffee and Chinese skin care market
White Coffee Introduces Organic Single Serve Coffees in a Bio-Degradable and Compostable BioCup
As the world “jump starts” the new year with coffee in hand, there is an exciting innovation in coffee packaging. This month, White Coffee Corporation of USA introduces single serve organic coffees in a revolutionary compostable BioCup(TM).
With the growth of single cup packaging comes increased responsibility for waste disposal and White Coffee is committed to be a good steward of the environment. “Our goal is to be the leader in the coffee industry in minimizing its environmental footprint,” says Jonathan White, Executive Vice President of White Coffee Corporation. Now, White Coffee provides the cup in a compostable structure, easy to dispose.
The popularity of the single serve cup is undeniable. According to the US Seattle Times, “sales of coffee made in single-serve brewing systems, barely noticeable five years ago, now account for more than a quarter of every dollar Americans spend on coffee to drink at home. By 2018, market-research firm Mintel expects consumers to spend nearly as much on coffee pods as they do on bulk coffee.”
Kamedis, an Israeli company established in 1998 by three traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, is to enter one of the most important markets in the world – the Chinese skin care market.
Over the last 16 years, Kamedis has invested in developing skin care products based on screening of over 500 traditional Chinese herbs. It has leveraged a state-of-the-art herbal extraction process that optimizes the herbal extracts for the relief of common skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, seborrhea and acne. The result is a clinically proven line of effective skin care products with an excellent safety profile. All the products meet the most stringent scientific standards.