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Coffee farming involves keeping track of a lot of different factors. It requires that you know your own land, crops, and resources well. When …

Huehuetenango, Guatemala is known for top-quality coffee, but the region hasn’t been immune to the ongoing coffee price crisis. High in the misty mountains …

Coffee roasters and producers have interlinked jobs. Roasters often visit coffee farms and usually understand processing methods. They also know how to roast for …

Guatemalan coffee producers face many challenges, but a group of young entrepreneurs are teaming up to find solutions. Low coffee prices, marketing, areas of …

Across the world, you’ll find coffee being produced, processed, and sold in cooperatives. But what is a coffee cooperative? How does it work? And …

Rural producers lifting themselves and their communities out of poverty through coffee production: it’s a romantic idea. And it’s easy to feel skeptical when …

For coffee farms across Central America, it’s their busiest time of the year right now. That’s right, it’s the harvest period. But what does …

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

This time last year, Ever Leonel Díaz Pérez expected to sell his coffee for usual rate of US $2/lb – a few cents above …

Mexico’s coffee industry is struggling. Consumption is starting to exceed production, exacerbated by the impact of coffee leaf rust (la roya). Low coffee prices …