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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

Facilitating improved market access for rural, smallholder farmers of coffee, quinoa and honey is the goal of a new program being jointly led by the Food and Agriculture Organization...

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Brazilians didn’t start eating bread until the beginning of the 19th century, when thousands of European immigrants set foot in the big cities and many Portuguese young families among...

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Known largely for its domestic efforts such as the “Tree City USA” program and its partnerships with the US Forest Service, the Nebraska-based nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation has established...

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Portland, Oregon-based roasting company Nossa Familia Coffee has opened a new café inspired by the people and culture of the Guatemalan coffeelands as part of its ongoing retail and...

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If there was more about coffee that was cut-and-dry, it wouldn’t be as interesting, right? And if all processing was ultimately cut-and-dry, we wouldn’t have any washed coffees or...

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In roughly 1.1 miles—or a 23-minute walk—you can find six specialty coffee shops in the Vila Madalena neighborhood in São Paulo. If you live in cities like London, New...

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Last August, during winter in the Southern Hemisphere, the Argentine entrepreneur and surfer Tomas Moche took the off-season to renovate the kitchen and enlarge the space of his coffee...

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At $126.10 per pound, an experimental Yellow Bourbon coffee from Brazil has fetched the record-high for any coffee sold during Cup of Excellence green coffee auctions. Going to Gabriel...

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As part of a pledge to invest USD$50 million in Colombian coffee made five years ago, Nespresso is vastly expanding its coffee sourcing program in zones formerly affected by...

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