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Increasing demand for specialty coffee promises better prices for producers and better quality products for consumers – but for smallholder producers, specialty remains a …

Sustainability. We see the word everywhere, we’re all talking about it, and we’re even buying coffee because of it – but when we try …

Sourcing green coffee is not a Condé Nast experience. “At the crack of dawn, I put on my boots and head out to the …

In specialty coffee, we love to talk about a coffee’s “origin” – the place where it was grown and processed. We revere the single …

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 …

“It’s supposed to be a barista championship, but no, it’s a coffee championship,” Gianni Cassatini of Nuova Simonelli, one of the World Coffee Events …

At one point in time, Yemen was known for its historic cities, beautiful landscapes, and good coffee. Now, however, the Yemeni Civil War has …

Is there any coffee name so well-known as Juan Valdez? And yet Juan Valdez isn’t even real. He’s just a fictional character conjured up …

It’s time to reconsider the relationship between farms and mills. All of us in the specialty industry have the same aim: high-quality coffee. Working …

Where there’s health, there’s a future. There’s been a lot of discussion on how coffee-producing communities’ quality of life can be improved: stabilizing  coffee …