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Having witnessed the dearth of options for good coffee and fresh food in their South Los Angeles neighborhood, husband and wife team Celia and Joe Ward-Wallace decided to take matters…

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The owner of Colorado’s Ink! Coffee company has apologized after a marketing campaign that made light of gentrification naturally backfired. One side of a branded, printed sign placed outside the Ink! roastery café location…

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The specialty coffee world last week lost one of its most respected ambassadors in Skip Finley. Professionals throughout the coffee world took to social media to share their memories and sincere…

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From its coverage of the economic imbalance throughout the supply chain highlighted at the recent World Coffee Producers Forum in Colombia, BBC Mundo shares an interesting question brought forth by Fernando Morales de la…

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Grassroots efforts are currently afoot in the Boyle Heights neighborhood east of Downtown Los Angeles to protest a new coffee shop called Weird Wave, which opened last week serving coffee…

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Coffee shops — especially independent, upscale ones — have long been markers of gentrification within given neighborhoods. Along with a handful of academic studies that have explored the relationship between coffee shops…

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