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Y Bel Eban coffee farmer

Drought aggravated by climate change is hurting coffee growers in the Mekong region, and intensive farming techniques are part of the problem. In villages around the city of Buon Ma…

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Chameleon Cold Brew sustainability

Chameleon Cold Brew has formalized a sustainability program that will initially include five specific projects in four coffee-producing countries designed to build a more sustainable supply chain. Chameleon, which was…

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Starbucks beef jerky cold brew

Welp, Starbucks went ahead and threw some beef jerky in a coffee drink. Available only at the Seattle Reserve Roastery, the limited-time concoction features a Democratic Republic of Congo Lake Kivu…

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Myanmar coffee

Twenty six of the 72 coffees judged at the third annual Myanmar Coffee Association Coffee Quality Competition scored 85 or higher, representing a 150 percent increase in 85-plus-scoring coffees over…

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Steve Walls coffee

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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At the inaugural ACDT workshop

Key stakeholders throughout the Timor-Leste have come together to form the first professional coffee trade organization in the origin’s long history, the Timor-Leste Coffee Association (Assosiasaun Café Timor-Leste, or ACTL). Supported…

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kratom

Coffee’s funky little cousin kratom may finally be banned by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, graduating to a controlled substance from merely being a “drug or chemical of concern.” The plant…

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Coffee workers in Myanmar. Photo by Winrock International.

Following two years of development, Burmese specialty coffee is officially alive and thriving in the U.S. consumer market. Last week, representatives of Winrock International, USAID and the Coffee Quality Institute — three partners…

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easy coffee gentleman myanmar

Since launching in 2013 in Myanmar’s largest city Yangon, Easy Coffee has helped define the emerging specialty coffee scene there, landing on the must-visit list of virtually every coffee-related tourist…

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myanmar coffee

With green coffee buyers from consumer markets as competitive as the United States in constant search of new and exciting specialty coffees to present to their quality-concerned customers, Myanmar presents an enticing proposition. The…

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