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The Specialty Coffee Transaction Guide released its latest and largest update just a few days before the end of 2019. The Guide itself is a continuously evolving compendium of financial…

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huixoc seedlings

Guatemalan coffee has long held a place of honor among specialty coffee roasters. Regional names like Antigua, Cobán, and Huehuetenango are familiar to many, and are frequently synonymous with exceptional…

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The January/February 2020 issue of Roast has been released, featuring in-depth articles on quality variations in coffee from production to preparation, gender equity in the coffee value chain, green grading…

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Coffee Beans, large and small

The year in coffee science news began with some groundbreaking but dismal news that most wild coffee species, including arabica, are now classified as in danger of extinction. Yet for…

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coffee prices picker

It’s not a great sign for specialty coffee roasters — or consumers, for that matter — when importing businesses are issuing warnings like this: Without a dramatic restructuring of the…

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Roast_JulyAug19_Article1_LastingImpactofCoffeeLeafRust

(Editor’s note: The following comes from an article by Chris Kornman that appeared in the July/August 2019 issue of Roast Magazine. Click here to read the full article.) “Lucky” is…

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Roast July-Aug Cover

The July/August issue of Roast takes a look at the lasting impact of the coffee leaf rust epidemics that have swept through coffee growing regions over the past century, the…

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minasul_coffee

Climate change is taking a remarkable toll on small farmers in Colombia’s picturesque Zona Cafetera, presenting a clear long-term threat to the coffee sector’s viability. Yale Environment 360 took a…

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coffee_research

Back in May, The Crown and Equator Coffees co-hosted Greg Meenahan of World Coffee Research for a pair of speaking engagements devoted to sustainability and science. Lively discourse and shared…

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With a grand opening event earlier this month, Emeryville, California-based green coffee importing company Royal Coffee lifted the veil off its long-awaited new facility called The Crown, located on Oakland’s…

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