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“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, …

Quick, what’s the most pressing issue for smallholder farmers in coffee-producing countries? Is it access to healthcare, educational opportunities, or credit? Could it be …

PDG previously published an article about why baristas should shadow roasters. My first reaction? That’s great, but roasters also need to shadow baristas. Over …

Paying it forward isn’t a new concept. There are movies about it. It has hashtags. It existed in Ancient Greece. And frankly, it’s brilliant. …

Two years ago, María Esther López Cásares was a barrister. Today, she’s an Authorised SCAE Trainer (AST) on an international level; CEO and Co-Founder …

Importers are the bridge between the two ends of the coffee spectrum. They connect farmers with roasters. They find interesting lots of coffee, set …

In 2014, I first started home roasting. In 2015, I started using a commercial roaster. And that’s when I had to start taking roast …

You could say I inherited coffee along with my appearance. Yet that wasn’t enough to prepare me for Q-grader certification. I’m the fifth generation …

For coffee lovers, Cafe de l’Ambre is easily the highlight of a visit to Tokyo. It’s the kind of coffee house that changes the …

If you could drink local specialty coffee, would you? Of course you would. But what if cafés just didn’t think it was economically feasible? …