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When the international price for coffee (or C-Price) fell below US $1 per pound in August, many were alarmed. Even outside of the industry, …

You’ve worked hard all year, carefully pruning, fertilizing, harvesting, processing, and drying your coffee. But the work doesn’t stop here: now you need to …

I remember clearly my first time at origin: as a long-time coffee lover from a non-producing country, meeting the people who farm my coffee …

Let’s say a filter coffee at your local specialty café costs US $4.00. But how much did the green coffee required to make it …

“We need to think that the coffee ecosystem is composed of 20 million farmers,” Michele Cannone tells me. As Head of Global Marketing Foodservice …

We all know that oxygen ages roasted and ground coffee – but it’s not just once coffee has left the roastery that it’s vulnerable. …

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 …

Buying the right coffee for your business is the key to success – but it’s not easy. How do you choose the right origins, …

After leaving the mill, coffee travels thousands of miles and through numerous hands before reaching the roaster. And across this journey, even small errors …

Starting a direct trade relationship isn’t easy: you have to find a potential partner, organise farm visits, build trust, and more. It requires a …