Ben Horner, front, and Kyle Tush taste coffee at Counter Culture Coffee on April 29. Last month, the company celebrated its 20th anniversary and opened a roastery near San Francisco.
Ben Horner, front, and Kyle Tush taste coffee at Counter Culture Coffee on April 29. Last month, the company celebrated its 20th anniversary and opened a roastery near San Francisco. Photos by Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com
Ben Horner, front, and Kyle Tush taste coffee at Counter Culture Coffee on April 29. Last month, the company celebrated its 20th anniversary and opened a roastery near San Francisco. Photos by Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com

Counter Culture Coffee continues to expand on sustainable, transparent practices

May 04, 2015 04:00 AM

UPDATED May 04, 2015 10:59 PM

More Videos

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA 15:49

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare 6:42

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country 3:47

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display 0:37

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers 0:08

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer 3:05

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer

'We've got to help Victor,' Hurricanes coach Bill Peters says 2:19

'We've got to help Victor,' Hurricanes coach Bill Peters says

Blue Devils look sharp against the Paladins, Krzyzewski explains why 1:33

Blue Devils look sharp against the Paladins, Krzyzewski explains why

Basketball phenom Zion Williamson is just playing the game 1:05

Basketball phenom Zion Williamson is just playing the game

  • Joshua Logan talks about demographic changes impacting the gardening business

    Joshua Logan, grandson of the man who founded Logan Trading Company, discusses how demographic changes in Raleigh have affected the family gardening business. The shop celebrates its 50th anniversary on June 20. Joshua and his sister Leslie Logan Brown will assume full management of the business when their parents retire this year. Video by Mary Katherine Wildeman, mwiderman@newsobserver.com