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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

After a year’s hiatus in Burundi, the Cup of Excellence quality competition returned to the country this year, resulting in an Oct. 18 auction in which the average price...

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Back in 2015, a group of volunteers within the Sustainability Council of what was then the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) identified the profitability of coffee farming as...

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It has been three weeks since Hurricane Maria, and as much of Puerto Rico remains without power or essential services, we are only now beginning to see more detailed...

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Six coffees at the recent Colombia Cup of Excellence c0ffee quality competition scored 90 or above, tying a record previously set at this year’s CoE competition in Mexico. Those...

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The boom of new U.S. coffee houses is at its slowest growth rate in the past six years, while ready-to-drink (RTD) represents the fastest-growing segment in the U.S. coffee...

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Requiring huge volumes of coffee from Latin America to keep their roasteries and cafés profitable, the world’s largest coffee companies have a financial imperative to make the sector sustainable....

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A newly released study from the multi-stakeholder Global Coffee Platform provides a broad outline for improving farmer incomes throughout the global coffee sector through yield improvements, quality i..

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Minneapolis-based green coffee importer Cafe Imports this week unveiled “Stratified Offerings,” a wide selection of green coffees separated by tiers that reflects a more holistic buying approach the c..

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In March, I wrote my reaction to Kickapoo Coffee publishing a minimum FOB price for all their coffees. That article focused on Kickapoo and other efforts to make pricing...

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