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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

One of the most common refrains coming from the pioneering nonprofit research organization World Coffee Research over the years has been that despite the fact that there are nearly...

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Spuds, yams, tubers – baked, boiled, fried, mashed… There’s almost no limit to the versatility of the root vegetable we often associate with Idaho or Ireland. It might surprise...

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If we may categorize today’s progressive, traceability-concerned coffee segment — be it “third wave,” experiential, seed-to-cup, or with some other not fully satisfactory descriptor — it still represe..

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In what might be a foolhardy attempt to correlate two of coffee’s most complicated concepts, I’ve dedicated a significant portion of the past few months to examining the relationship...

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Following the recent Avance coffee sustainability conference held in Guatemala, the Specialty Coffee Association released a report that analyzed existing public information about farm profitability an..

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The U.S.-based nonprofit Radio Lifeline has already received astounding data related to yield increases when biochar is applied to mature coffee plants. Now the group has identified more data...

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Following 11 months of research in the arabica-growing Bududa community of Uganda, a Lehigh University professor has outlined numerous negative associations with coffee production, including environme..

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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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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released the most comprehensive report to date on chemical exposures and respiratory health in a coffee roastery environment. Led by the...

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