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Being a coffee producer means living a life of uncertainty. While measures can be taken to improve quality and therefore prices, the truth is …

Last week the International Coffee Organization (ICO), responsible for setting the global price of coffee, published their monthly report for February. The news? Coffee …

The market price for coffee (aka the C price) is known for fluctuating – and nothing demonstrates that more than the January report from the …

Harvest time in El Salvador is November to February/March. It’s a cool, dry season perfect for the picking of coffee cherries. Yet this year it’s …

Some countries insist that coffee pickers are paid by the hour. But in most places, they’re paid by how many cherries they pick in …

The ICO recently announced devastating, if expected, news: coffee farming is less profitable. Some farmers are operating at a loss. Others profit from their current …

I’m a fourth-generation coffee farmer in Panama who produces Geisha, so I’m very familiar with the success story of this wonder bean. 13 years …

“Why do the prices they pay us change?” I was stood in front of 50 farmers in an un-airconditioned one-room K-12 schoolhouse in Espinal, …