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Today, Miguel Moreno and his family trust that coffee will pay their bills for the year to come, put food on their table, and …

As I read the last sentence of the 2018 Coffee Barometer report, it left me thinking of the Honduran phrase “tilin-tilin y nada de …

Some people hate coffee fermentation. Some people love it. But one thing’s for sure: it’s the new trend in coffee processing. So, what actually …

The coffee berry borer is a horrifying sight for coffee farmers. It has the ability to destroy crops, devouring them from the insides and …

75 Guatemalans have died. More are missing. And thousands have been displaced, forced to leave behind their homes and crops. We know Guatemala for …

Coffee is not just coffee. Our favorite beverage can be our morning pick-me-up, a precious moment to ourselves after work, a long chat with …

Producing countries could be the future of specialty coffee: they have the farms, the coffee shops, the roasteries, the passion and dedication to drive …

That coffee you drank this morning: do you know how it was made? How it was farmed, processed, and roasted? And who did this? …

Guatemalan coffee producers face many challenges, but a group of young entrepreneurs are teaming up to find solutions. Low coffee prices, marketing, areas of …

You might not know it, but Vietnam is a coffee giant. The question is: with only Brazil exceeding it in production, why is Vietnam …