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Do you have established buyers for your coffee, or are you looking to find them? A strong relationship with one or more buyers can …

There are many forms of direct relationships within the coffee industry, including importers who label themselves as direct trade. But when a roaster has …

Last week, on July 10th and 11th, one of the most important events related to coffee production took place in Brazil. The second World …

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 …

Owning a coffee farm is no easy task. With the current coffee price crisis, the ever-present risk of pests and diseases, and unpredictable weather …

It’s becoming increasingly common to see consumers, roasters, and coffee shops demand more transparency in the coffee industry. Green coffee bean importers and exporters …

Purchasing coffee is no easy task – although it’s certainly an exciting one. From selecting your origins to managing inventory, there are endless considerations. …

Looking at your expenses while the C price is so low might make you feel hopeless. But knowing your production cost can be empowering. …