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Importing & Exporting

Micro roasters, I know you’re passionate about quality. You care about every lot you source and every batch you roast. You enjoy learning more …

Direct: without intervening factors or intermediaries. Trade: the act of buying and selling goods and services. But direct trade represents far more than just …

There are some pretty flexible definitions in coffee, and micro lots and macro lots (or community lots, as I like to refer to them) …

Coffee prices are complex, whether they’re specialty or commodity. Profit margins are even more so. Yield, quality, supply and demand, and harvest conditions all …

There are a lot of perks to being a coffee buyer: traveling to origin, meeting producers, experiencing the coffee harvest… Yet this glamorous job …

Imagine buying exceptional specialty coffee, only for it to arrive with a musty odour and baggy flavor – all because of poor green bean …

That moment when you receive a new delivery of beans, a delivery you’ve been waiting impatiently for, is thrilling. But what happens when those …

Guatemalan coffees are classics, known and loved by many consumers across the globe. They’re a common feature on any roastery or importer’s menu – …

The first time I cupped coffee, like many, I struggled to understand acidity. I didn’t understand where all the aromas were coming from. And …

Working for an exporter in Nicaragua has come with many perks. The most significant is that I get to meet the people who grow …