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TradeVistas | trade in dalgona coffee ingredients

Into the Dalgona Coffee Trend? Mmm, Thanks Trade.

Whipping up a Trade Trend The “cloud coffee” phenomenon making the rounds on Instagram and TikTok is a prime example of how ingenious people leverage global trade to bring us ideas and products we never knew we needed, but that we now love. I’m talking about dalgona coffee, sweet caffeinated happiness in a cup. It is made of equal parts instant coffee, sugar and hot water whipped together into a beautiful froth and then spooned on top of your favorite hot or cold milk. This delightful and photogenic confection is *everywhere* on social media. In the spirit of inquiring into the global origins of the products we love, here’s what we found out. Dalgona’s “Honeycomb Toffee” Origins Dalgona coffee isn’t […]

TradeVistas | jobs in service industries have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic

Young Workers Will Be the Long-Term Casualties of COVID-19

Jobs in service industries have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. As economies recover, the long-term plight of young workers will need attention.

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Trade in Good Conscience

As more people grow concerned about where their products come from, how they are sourced, and the processes used to make them, demand for sustainable products could begin to reshape global trade.

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Beloved Peanut Puffs Travel 6,000 Miles from Israel to U.S. Trader Joe’s

Thanks to trade, this Israeli snack food now featured at American Trader Joe’s stores may spur a whole new generation of Americans who feel the urge to call out – Aba, Ima, Bamba!

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Trade’s Biggest Fan Base

One group of supporters — Millennials — may shape public sentiment and policy about the topic in surprising ways.