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Coffee farmer associations representing more than 30 producing countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia have sent a joint letter to many of the world’s largest coffee buyers that urgently…

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Following a hugely successful inaugural event last July in Medellín, Colombia, that brought together some 1,500 attendees from 41 countries, the World Coffee Producers Forum is expanding to become a…

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  The nonprofit World Coffee Research has expanded its groundbreaking Arabica Coffee Varieties catalog, adding varieties from six African countries, an expanded introduction, and new findings in genetic and historical research. Supported…

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The legal news service Law360 is reporting that the long-running litigation over whether coffee companies should be forced to include warnings to consumers regarding the existence of low levels of carcinogens,…

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The legal news service Law360 is reporting that the long-running litigation over whether coffee companies should be forced to include warnings to consumers regarding the existence of low levels of carcinogens,…

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The Coffee Quality Institute has announced that it will be presenting its 2017 Leadership Medal of Merit to Steve Walls, who recently retired after four decades of development work, much of…

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