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Over time, many terms have been created and adapted to meet the needs and expectations of the specialty coffee industry. One of these terms …

Coffee farm workers are the backbone of coffee production and the coffee industry at large. Without the presence of these highly skilled workers, producers …

Coffee farming is an unpredictable business, at times devastatingly so. Weather conditions can take us by surprise while crop diseases can be prevalent and …

Like many African coffee-producing nations, Rwanda has reached a critical point in its coffee production due to the age of its farmers. A combination …

Producing coffee can be challenging, with unpredictable weather patterns, sustainability concerns, and high production costs impacting every farmer differently. However, many of these producers …

Washed processing may result in a cleaner tasting coffee, but it dirties more water than any other processing method, using up to 20 cubic …

As an increasingly scarce resource, water availability is a pressing issue facing coffee producers. However, as the Specialty Coffee Association says, “The way coffee …

Producing specialty coffee involves managing variables such as rainfall, sun, humidity, acidity, pH levels, and temperature. Measuring and tracking these variables requires the use …

We’ve been producing and consuming coffee for over 600 years, yet many of our methods are the same as they were centuries ago. High-quality …

Coffee production faces challenges all over the world. In Kenya, things are no different. However here, the age of producers could compromise the future …