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Mon April 28, 2014
Chief barista for Zingerman's shares her thoughts on the future of coffee
It's pretty tough to imagine an American city that does not have a coffee shop.
For many places, Starbucks blazed the trail, followed by other chains. And, of course, the hip, locally owned coffee shops.
The variety of flavors and roasts has certainly evolved, from the big brands – the Folgers and the Maxwell Houses – to regionally labeled coffees, and now to beans that are sourced from farms, not just from countries.
So, what's in the future for coffee shops, now that so many of us have discovered we can't do without a really fine cup of coffee?
Anya Pomykala is the chief barista at Zingerman's Coffee Company in Ann Arbor. She joined us to share her thoughts.
*Listen to the interview above.