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Cedro Alto coffee Colombia

The vertically oriented Colombian green coffee business formerly known as Direct Origin Trading has rebranded under the name Cedro Alto, a change designed to better reflect its network of coffee…

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From humble beginnings six years ago, Baltimore’s worker-owned roaster and retailer Thread Coffee Roasters has been building a solid local patronage based on mutual benefits through its Community Supported Coffee program, inspired by…

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OneDo Coffee Roasters cafe Baltimore Canton

There’s been a big to-do in the residential Canton neighborhood of Baltimore with the opening of OneDo Coffee Roasters, which since this Spring has been serving as a hub for coffee…

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fluid bed roaster at Zekes

In all its 12 years, Baltimore-based Zeke’s Coffee has attempted to appeal to a wide variety of tastes both in its wholesale roasting operations and in its cafe, while in recent years…

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virtuous coffee

While bonding over coffee in Seattle, Baltimore-based brothers Aman and Akash Magoon couldn’t help but notice a disparity in the immediate accessibility of high-quality, fresh-roasted specialty coffee between the Pacific Northwest and the…

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Bird in Hand in Baltimore. Photo by Shannon Partrick.

The team behind Baltimore’s renowned Woodberry Kitchen family of restaurants, including Artifact Coffee, earlier this month lifted the veil off Bird in Hand, a new café and bookshop co-retail concept…

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In 2014 the advertising industry trade publication Advertising Age listed Baltimore, Md.-based communications, marketing and interactive agency Planit among its list of the 40 best places to work. It seems…

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ceremony coffee roasters

The celebrated Annapolis, Md.-based company Ceremony Coffee Roasters has cut the ribbon on its second-ever retail location, an expansive 3,100-square-foot facility in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood of Baltimore. The new…

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(Editor’s note: Some people go to a lake in the Northwoods; others pack up the minivan and head to a Disney resort; others yet gaze upon Mount Rushmore, Niagra Falls or the…

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Siegel to discuss prison reform in Alabama, then Ed Krayewski talks about the problems that lead to tragedies like Ferguson and Baltimore.

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How Overcrowding Has Forced Alabama to Confront Its Prison Problem
Why Alabama Lets More Convicted Felons Serve Their Time in the Community
Why 3 Men With All the Power Will Soon Parole More Prisoners in Alabama
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St. Louis County Declares State of Emergency After Unrest in Ferguson on One Year Anniversary of Michael Brown Killing
Police Union: No ‘Just Cause’ for Firing Ray Tensing, Ohio Campus Cop Who Shot and Killed Unarmed Man
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