We got featured in the Olive Magazine, a leading food & beverages magazine with a huge readership. Coffee expert Celeste Wong gave us a raving review!
She has tried and tested the best compostable coffee pods and capsules to help the readership to make the right choice, and she chose our Moving Beans compostable Nespresso pods.
You spoke, we listened. Over the past few months, with people spending more time at home and drinking more coffee at home, we received a lot of feedback about our coffee. We were delighted to see so many people enjoying our coffee. But we also received some constrictive criticism, which we always appreciate.
We already announced our recently re-launched sister company, Moving Beans Australia, which will be catering for our wonderful customers based in Australia and New Zealand. This time, we have more good news: we are proud to be re-launching our store in Hong Kong, which will be supplying our compostable Nespresso-compatible capsules to Hong Kong and many other parts of East Asia, including Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, and Japan (with more countries to come in the near future!)
If you're anything like us, your coffee consumption has gone up a lot recently. So to help keep you stocked up and save money on great coffee, all of our different blends and single origins are now available in 100 capsule boxes. You can get boxes of 100 of our Nespresso compatible capsules for only £29.99, with free shipping included, saving you over 15%!
We had posted a few videos here and then, but never really took our message of sustainability to our Youtube channel. That has changed. Today! We have started to post some of our clips. For instance, our first video portraits a small child which gets really angry over not being told that sustainable compostable coffee pods from Moving Beans exist :).
One of the co-founders of Moving Beans was featured today in a major national newspaper, with a daily readership of more than 2,000,000 people. The story covers her inspiration behind compostable coffee pods and Moving Beans, and about the founding moments and the journey ever since. Her story reads as follows: