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The first ever World Coffee Producers Forum, held 10–12th July 2017, was a historic moment for the coffee industry. As we work towards a …

In 2015, Sasa Sestic won the World Barista Championship with a coffee that had been washed carbonic macerated, an innovative fermentation method. Two years …

Delicious specialty coffee requires excellence at every stage of the supply chain. And that means only coffee beans from the ripest of cherries should …

Burundi is known for its deep poverty, civil unrest, and levels of hunger. Poor infrastructure, from a lack of good roads to electricity shortages, …

Green coffee buyers, there are many reasons why you might want to visit a coffee farm or mill. Perhaps you want to do direct …

“How can we make the coffee industry more sustainable?” As coffee prices decrease in real terms, and the next generation of coffee producers choose …

Honduras isn’t just Central America’s largest coffee exporter. It’s also the producer of Cup of Excellence record-breaking coffee for the second year in a …

Running a business always has risks, and when it comes to coffee, producers take all the chances. Whether it’s market prices, climate change, or …

The Castillo coffee variety is controversial. On the one hand, it’s rust-resistant. On the other, coffee professionals are wary of the fact that its …

The tiny East African country of Burundi produces exceptional coffees. With its high altitudes, volcanic soil, and good processing, it’s no surprise that it …