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Taking care of a coffee plantation is hard work, and it doesn’t end at harvest. After the last of the coffee cherries have been …

Huehuetenango, Guatemala is known for top-quality coffee, but the region hasn’t been immune to the ongoing coffee price crisis. High in the misty mountains …

The coffee industry is made up of many individual relationships that depend on mutual trust and good communication. To better understand what producers value …

The coffee industry is facing some serious challenges – low C prices, climate change, and the impact of political tension to name a few. …

The topic of organic coffee can be polarizing. For those in favor of it, the environmental benefits of organic production are obvious. Those on …

In early July this year, Brazil’s coffee-producing regions were hit by frost. Coffee crops were in harvest, but it’s expected that the weather conditions …

A recent frost in Brazil’s coffee-producing regions had the coffee industry in hot debate at this year’s World Producers Forum and elsewhere. At first …

Nicaragua has a long history of growing coffee and an economy that is strongly linked to the crop. But recent political unrest is impacting …

In a context of extremely low coffee prices and uncertain weather conditions due to climate change, coffee producers take on risk with every investment …

Why does a natural processed coffee taste different to a washed? And what makes honey processed coffees so sweet? Processing method has a big …