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The final day of Micro Coffee Festival El Salvador started bright and early – perhaps a little too bright for those who’d been enjoying …

Burundi: un país destrozado por conflictos civiles, incluyendo dos genocidios. Tiene uno de los ingresos per cápita más bajos del mundo, en donde el …

Micro Festival El Salvador is a one-of-a-kind event (if we do say so ourselves). A coffee festival in a producing country, it’s dedicated to …

Today, Andres Salaverria is the fifth generation of his family to work in coffee. He’s also led the way in experimental processing, invested in …

In Cameroon, a group of small-scale farmers are collaborating to process specialty-grade coffee. Their name is Cameroon Boyo. Based in the Boyo region in …

“It’s killing more women than maternity complications these days,” Guy Stallworthy, Executive Director of Grounds for Health, tells me. He’s talking about cervical cancer, …

Just when you’re starting to feel desperate for a coffee, you see a pedal-powered coffee cart moving towards you. But this is no ordinary …

There are many areas in which Ixil Guatemalans want to see progress: education, health, food sovereignty, economic diversification, and coffee leaf rust (la roya) …

We all want to be the best barista possible. The question is, how do we do that? Is it a case of the longer …

Specialty coffee is an innovative industry. It seems like there’s a new way to improve our coffee every year—if not every month! Recently, the …