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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

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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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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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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The first ever Cup of Excellence quality competition in Peru has yielded remarkable results, with five lots receiving scores of 90 and above from an international jury representing 12...

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Colombia’s renown as a coffee-producing country has historically matched its repute as a coca-producing country, though numerous private, public and shared efforts over the past decade have tried to...

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Global warming could reduce coffee growing areas in Latin America by as much as 88 percent by 2050, with the largest declines projected in Nicaragua, Honduras and Venezuela, according...

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In 1982, a small group of coffee professionals gathered to establish a forum for the discussion of coffee issues and the development of quality standards for specialty coffee. This...

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The nonprofit World Coffee Research has announced that it has collaborated with NSF International, the global third-party certifying and standards agency focused on public health in consumer goods, to..

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