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Do you know what coffee you’ll be selling next season? Or will your team be ringing around, requesting samples, negotiating prices, and hoping that …

Micro lots are the golden child of the specialty industry. For buyers and consumers, they signify exceptional-quality coffees with distinctive flavour and aroma profiles …

Colombia or Brazil? Kenya or Ethiopia? Indonesia or Thailand? Does it even matter? That last question is easy to answer – yes. The others, …

Terroir: we hear it more and more often when talking about coffee. But what does this mysterious word mean? What does it have to …

Getting a loan can help you to expand your farm size, invest in processing equipment, purchase new varieties, and more. When done as part …

When it comes to women in the coffee industry, sometimes it’s easier to list what we don’t know rather than what we do know. …

There are few countries more famous for their coffee than Colombia. And within Colombia, no region produces more coffee than Huila, a mountainous department …

Zimbabwean coffee was once known for its high-quality, sweet, citric, chocolatey profile. But it’s been almost 20 years since it all but disappeared from …

With the approach of the coffee harvest comes mixed feelings. Many producers, like my family, are excited to see the result of our year’s …

A minimum green coffee price, based on the cost of production: this idea was the talk of the town at the World Coffee Producers’ …