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Ethiopia Coffee ICP

A pre-competitive initiative led by eight of the largest European coffee roasting companies is launching a project designed to reach 2,500 smallholder coffee-farming families in Ethiopia. With co-financing from the…

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Costa Coffee Europe

The retail coffee shop market in Europe grew by 3.4% in 2019 to 37,598 total outlets throughout more than two dozen national markets, according to the 2020 European coffee market…

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synesso mvp espresso machine

Seattle-based espresso equipment manufacturer Synesso has appointed Glasgow, Scotland-based roasting company Matthew Algie as the official UK, Ireland and European distributor of Synesso machines. Matthew Algie representatives, along with Synesso…

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Paul Bonicelli to discuss the migrant crisis in Europe and how the continent can absorb millions of refugees, then Melissa Quinn from the Daily Signal talks about civil asset forfeiture, and finally Dennis Greene and I review week 1 of the NFL season.

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Frum to talk about Europe’s migration crisis, then Jeffery Tucker stops by to tell us how Washington is ruining your dishwasher, and finally Chuck Lindell of the Austin American Statesman describes the criminal charges facing Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton.

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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss Greece’s no vote this weekend on austerity measures, the likelihood of a Greek exit from the Euro, and what this means for the Greek economy.

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