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What is your preferred coffee origin? Brazil, Kenya, Ethiopia? And why should you care which country coffee comes from? One reason it may matter …

Specialty coffee auctions can be a great forum for promoting high-quality coffees. They also enable direct relationships between producers and buyers, and generally ensure …

Starting a direct trade relationship isn’t easy: you have to find a potential partner, organise farm visits, build trust, and more. It requires a …

Direct: without intervening factors or intermediaries. Trade: the act of buying and selling goods and services. But direct trade represents far more than just …

How do you start your own roastery? Build meaningful relationships with producers? And create a variety of coffees that will excite your buyers? Jared …

Rápidamente, ¿Cuál es el asunto más urgente para los pequeños agricultores en los países productores? ¿Es el acceso a la salud, oportunidades de educación …

At the end of Ben and Kirsty Carlson’s two-year project to support Burundian coffee farmers, they realised they had only benefited the roasters. Fortunately, …

“The conditions that producers are living in right now is embarrassing for the industry… are embarrassing for everybody who’s drinking a cup of coffee.” …