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Top 5 facts about hydration
Your body depends on water to survive. Every cell, tissue, and fibre in your body needs water to function optimally. For example, your body uses water to maintain its temperature, remove waste, and lubricate your joints. Water is needed for overall good health.
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9 Culture Secrets from Employee Handbooks
Your first day at any new job is always eventful.
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What does Gen Z look for in an employer?
Recent studies estimate that by 2025, 27% of the global workforce will be Generation Z. Gen-Z is the generation of people born between 1996 and 2012. Moving towards their mid-twenties means most of this group are beginning their entry to the professional workplace. But what do they look for in an employer, and how can you appeal to them?
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THE VITALITY OF STAYING HYDRATED IN THE MODERN WORKPLACE
In the fast-paced, technology-driven world we live in today, the importance of staying hydrated in the workplace cannot be overstated. Proper hydration isn't just about quenching your thirst; it's about maintaining your overall health, enhancing cognitive function, and increasing productivity. As we embrace the latest trends in vitamin and flavoured water, staying hydrated at work has never been more enticing or beneficial.
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Man vs Machine : Are baristas has-beans?
Coffee is the most popular beverage in the world, and obviously you want to get the best caffeine hit possible.
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A Barista’s Guide To Latte Art
There’s never been a greater time in all of human history for enjoying the artistry of frothed milk carefully arranged atop a creamy espresso.
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The rise of hot desking
None of us are strangers to flexible and hybrid working anymore. The fact is it is the future of the workplace. According to a Bitkom study, more than 60 percent of respondents reported that their company have continued to support them in working from home, for at least some of the time.
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The Growth of The Self-Serve Market
Post pandemic, the global self-service technologies market was valued at a staggering $32.23 billion, and despite initial set-back during lockdown, is projected to reach $88.33 billion by 2030.
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Literature’s Most Magical Potions
At Selecta we pride ourselves on the wide range of invigorating refreshments we provide.
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Boiling Point: Battle of the Beverages
Tea vs coffee is an age-old debate. While we argue that choice is the biggest winner, everyone has their preferences that they like to defend.
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The latest news about Burundi
Coffee is the primary export product of Burundi — a relatively small African country located in the Eastern-central part of the continent. The climate conditions are favourable and the country is well-known for its excellent coffee quality.
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The Health Benefits of Teas & Tisanes
The earliest evidence of medicinal tea dates back to China’s Han Dynasty over two thousand years ago.
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Choose Your Own Lunchtime Adventure
Here at Selecta we’re passionate about a good lunch break. Nothing enlivens us more than the chewing of good food, the sipping of delightful beverages, and if we’re really ‘feeling it’ the resting of feet on desks.
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Most Popular Types of Coffee on Instagram
In the Eighteenth Century intellectuals ditched mead and picked up the latest pick-up: coffee.
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The most popular iced coffee drinks
Iced coffee is a popular category in the Food & Beverage space. With more than 170 million iced beverages being sold across the UK annually and an equally scaled version across Europe, the iced coffee industry sees a consistent growth of 14.3% annually and with the sector estimated to be valued at £660m by the end of this year.
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Around the World in Weird Crisp Flavours
To Americans they’re chips, to Brits they’re crisps.
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Vending The Rules: 28 Bizarre Vending Machines From Around The World
Unfortunately, not everyone shares our passion for vending machines, which is completely understandable.
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What is ethical coffee?
When mentioning the coffee trade, the words ‘ethical’ and ‘sustainable’ are thrown around fairly regularly. But what do these words mean, and why are they so important? In this article, Selecta looks at ethical and sustainable coffee, why it’s important, what to consider when picking an ethical coffee brand and how we promote ethics and sustainability within the industry.
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30 Alternative Uses for Coffee and Tea
Tea and coffee are great. They both relax the body and sharpen the mind, preparing us for the daily challenges of office life. At Selecta, tea and coffee are our bread and butter.
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How tea is enjoyed around the world
There are approximately 1,500 types of tea around the world and after water, tea is the second most popular beverage in the world. In 2021, 297 billion litres of tea were consumed world-wide.
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30 Office Snack Ideas
Snacks are a regular topic of conversation in any office space – from taste and health benefits to convenience. And the quality of snacks available in the office can also improve wellbeing and performance, boosting employee morale and productivity. In this article, Selecta highlights 30 office snack ideas – including some unique and exciting picks – and why they’re a must-have addition to the office kitchen or catering offering.
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The latest news about Rwanda
Rwanda is a coffee exporting country, well-known for its high-quality Arabica beans, located in Central East Africa. The largest share of the coffee is produced by over 350,000 small-holder coffee farmers, with an average farm size per farmer of fewer than 0.5 hectares (1,24 acres)².