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How many used coffee grounds do you put in a bin every single day? How about every week? Or year? If you compost or …

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

Picture coffee communities at origin: what do you see? Lush landscapes, coffee trees full of beautiful dark red cherries, and hard-working families? The one …

Last year, a peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC rebels went into effect, ending over 50 years of warfare but also …

The view of Honduras from 2,000 meters in the sky is stunning. In lush pine tree forests on the highest mountains, coffee producers can …

Not all producers have the same access to the specialty market – and it’s time we talk about this issue. The specialty coffee industry …

For many years, Papua New Guinea’s coffee was overshadowed by that of its neighbour, Indonesia. Yet its sweet, fruity crops and ideal coffee-growing conditions …

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

Traceability opens the door to better coffee quality and a more equitable value chain. Yet the route from farm to cup is long and …

World Coffee Producers Forum (WCPF) 2017 was a historical moment in the coffee industry. For the first time, a world coffee conference was focused …