Normally press releases don't catch my eye; in fact, they often don't make it into my inbox. But this header caused me pause: "KLM serves UTZ Certified coffee on flights" (sic). Random. And the first line of the release: "18 million cups of coffee sustained." (Clarity alert: KLM is now serving UTZ coffee which is grown sustainably.) Anyone up for voting the word "sustainably" onto this list: http://www.economist.com/style-guide/overused-words?
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