3 Reasons to Have a Community Space at Work

Unprecedented. While it wasn’t 2020’s word of the year, it was undoubtedly thrown around enough to be in our top three. And finally, people are starting their migration back into the office en masse. On top of the general stress in work, the coming change of pace brings even more anxiety. So, we’re making a…

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Snacks, Health, and Mindfulness with Charles Coristine of LesserEvil

We’ve been diving into what wellness means and how it relates to both a healthy body and mind. So, this month, we caught up with Charles Coristine of LesserEvil to discuss clean snacks, mindfulness, and your inner guru. 1. Charles, can you give our readers a high-level overview of what LesserEvil does and what kind…

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Cauliflower Carnitas Tacos with Roasted Tomato and Pepita Salsa Recipe

Cauliflower. This simple and often overlooked vegetable is actually an incredible superfood ready to provide all kinds of fiber, vitamins, and other benefits to keep you feeling healthy and energized. Cauliflower supports heart health, fights inflammation, keeps your gut doing what it should, and is even known to combat cancer. Working this superfood into a meal…

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How to Create a Safer Workplace

How to Create a Safer Workplace

June is National Safety Month, and at Canteen, we pride ourselves on promising a safe workplace for our teams across America. The past year has set a whole new standard in safety. And we can all do our best to carry that into the future. And as important as safety is to us, we believe…

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Using Coffee to Make a Difference with BLK & Bold

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We’re in full swing celebrating Black History Month by highlighting our Black-owned coffee roaster partners. Canteen’s supplier diversity mission is to proactively identify, build relationships with, and purchase goods from certified diverse suppliers. We sat down with Rod Johnson and Pernell Cezar, the owners of BLK & Bold, to discuss their coffee and tea, entrepreneurial…

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Caring for People and Planet with Bella Hughes of Shaka Tea

Caring for People and Planet with Bella Hughes of Shaka Tea

We’re continuing to highlight some of the great products and suppliers and how they’re not only creating fantastic products but making changes in the world around them. This month, we caught up with Bella Hughes, President and Co-founder of Shaka Tea. On top of making fantastic teas brewed with māmaki (more on that in a…

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5 Coffee Trends for This Year and Next

5 coffee trends for this year and next

We talk about trends a lot. Like, A LOT. That makes sense because there are always new tastes and innovations that build off of past trends. It’s kind of the nature of trends. Now, we’re diving into the hottest coffee game-changers of the coming age to carry you through the end of this year and…

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Staying Productive (and Sane) During a Pandemic

Staying Productive and Sane During a Pandemic

Months ago, many of you found yourselves in a new office where your desk is a couch and break room, a kitchen. Others find themselves in a workplace dramatically altered by social distancing and temperature checks. It’s now March 186th, have you learned to make lemonade, yet? The break room may be different, but we’re…

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4 Tips to Work from Home: How to Stay Happy and Healthy

4 tips to WFH: How to stay happy and healthy

So, you’re still working from home. While we’ve covered the future of safe snacking back at the office, many companies are still working from home, and some might stay that way. Being out-of-office removes many opportunities in your daily routine to meet physiological and psychological needs, many of which you find in the breakroom. Hear…

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Break Room of the Future: Returning to Work after COVID-19

Break Room of the Future: Returning to Work after COVID-19

Many things about the post-COVID workplace are going to take some considerable getting-used-to. Routine temp checks, muffled face-mask conversations, and socially distant lunch breaks change the office dynamic in dramatic ways. Gone are the days of collaborating in cozy huddle rooms.   Despite the enforced separation, the yearn for interaction, connection, and community lingers. Historically,…

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