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San Diego-based Beauty Bakerie is the latest start-up to receive funding from Unilever Ventures, which has led a $3m (£2.3m) round of funding in the company.
Individuals who worked for Putin’s Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg were required to watch the hit Netflix series to help them craft messages to “set up the Americans against their own government,” reports Yahoo News. The information comes from an alleged troll going by the name of “Maksim” who says he worked in the agency’s elite English language department. The troll, who said he worked at the IRA in 2015 said their main message was to focus on the Clinton’s past scandals and stoke discontent about President Obama and the U.S. government. “We had a goal to set up the Americans against their own government. To cause unrest, cause discontent [and] lower [President] Obama’s rating,” the troll told a Russian news agency.
The buzz around coffee is growing, particularly among the so-called third wave coffee lovers, according to new Foursquare research on foot-traffic patterns and store visits. While pumpkin spice and eggnog lattes still drive a lot of coffee shop traffic–with brand loyalists picking up their favorite drinks at Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, and the like–growth was largely driven …
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The 8 Nespresso-compatible pods sit in a card tray made from a single sheet of 100% recycled fibre board, folded double to use as little material as possible, maintain structural integrity and occupy less space. The trays slide into a sleeve of either red, orange or black card with a foil embossed illustration, variety name and coffee strength indicator in black, gold or silver. For the subscription service, these are posted out in robust white corrugated board boxes sealed with a branded sticker.