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Peet’s Coffee on El Camino Real selected Project Read for its 25th annual Holiday Donation Program.

Established in 1986, the Holiday Donation Program is an important part of Peet’s tradition, bringing together the company, its staff and customers in a combined effort.  Each store chooses a non-profit organization to be the recipients of its fundraising efforts December 17-24 and Peet’s matches up to $1,000 of customer contributions collected in each store.

On December 24, 2010, Peet’s will offer free brewed coffee and tea in all of its stores, and Peet’s employees will donate tips received on that day to a local nonprofit organization chosen by that store’s staff. Additionally, Peet’s will match the tips that employees receive (up to $1,000 per store).

Please  tell your friends to visit Peet’s Coffee at 515 El Camino Real (near Safeway) to pledge their support and have a cup of coffee or buy some beans.

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Learning about latte art creations at Peet’s

Okay, so maybe latte art has been around for some 20 years — so says Wikipedia. But it was only this week that we got a thorough introduction from barista Stacey Johnston at Peet’s on Middle Avenue and El Camino. Stacey, one of a handful of baristas at this Peet’s who has mastered the art, delighted a young customer with an adorable bunny […]

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Pounds of grounds make most of compost

The brown bin behind the Peet’s Coffee at Santa Cruz and University makes one of Peet’s inevitable by-products, coffee grounds, available to local gardeners. The grounds can go into compost heaps or worm bins, or just dug into planting beds. Keeping the focus on recycling, Menlo homeowners who diligently place their yard trimmings curbside for […]

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Hangouts: Peet’s

The conversation between two locals at last Wednesday’s concert in Fremont Park went something like this: “I’ll bet that Peet’s has been there for 40 years, no, maybe I’m giving  it 10 years.” ” Hmmm. I’m guesiing it opened in the late 70s – I think 30 years is more like it.” While InMenlo has […]

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