ATHENS, Ohio (March 2, 2006) -- Aiming to support local businesses and augment its menu, the Atrium Café at Grover Center has announced an agreement to serve Donkey Coffee and Herbal Sage and Pangaea teas beginning spring quarter.
The Atrium Café, located in the Grover Center on West Green, offers breakfast, lunch and dinner choices through a diverse menu of fresh, healthy meals. With the addition of Donkey Coffee and Herbal Sage and Pangaea teas, that menu will soon include some of Athens' favorite beverages. Located at 17½ West Washington Street, Donkey Coffee has become a staple of the Athens community for java drinkers. All of Donkey's coffee is organic and produced "fair trade," as the organization boasts a concern for its customers and society alike.
Already available in several Athens locations including Casa Nueva, The Village Bakery and Dale's B.P., Herbal Sage teas will now also be offered at the Atrium Café. The Herbal Sage Tea Company's selection includes blends for cough and colds, women's health teas and a wide variety of other options that strive to "soothe the soul and the mind."
The Pangaea International Tea and Coffee Room, at 74 East State Street in the Athens Book Center, offers customers loose-leaf, organic teas and triple-seal, organic, fair-trade and shade-grown coffees. Also available around Athens, Pangaea works with local suppliers to support the community, and will now have a home inside Grover Center.
The Atrium Café provides structured learning opportunities for students from several majors in the School of Human and Consumer Sciences at Ohio University, while also offering quality food and beverage choices for its customers.
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