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How can you achieve both higher productivity and improved quality on your coffee farm? By using field mapping. The method can help you better …

About 70 countries produce coffee, but not all of them are able to effectively engage with the specialty market. In some, producers struggle while …

Few places are more well-known for their coffee than Colombia, the land of Juan Valdez. However, not all Colombian beans are the same. This …

When consumers and coffee buyers think of coffee processing, they think of two things: the coffee’s taste and the impact on the environment. But …

Choosing between a centralized or in-farm mill (or beneficio) is a major decision for coffee producers: it affects incomes, productivity, quality, workload, and more. …

There’s more to coffee processing than just wet, dry, and honey. And double fermentation (also known as double washed or Kenyan processing) is one method …

Since 1998, we’ve farmed our 100-year-old family farm in Acatenango, Guatemala. Our farm, Santa Felisa, has been passed down through four generations. But while we’re …

Increased profits can happen as a result of hard work and luck. But they’re more likely to happen thanks to hard work and strategy. …

Intercropping: the process of planting multiple crops on the same ground. It can bring economic stability, improve coffee quality, and benefit the environment. But …

Climate change can have a severe impact on coffee farmers: lower yields, lesser quality, increased risk of pests and disease… It’s no surprise that …