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Grupo_Crawford

A new app-based platform is designed to make it easy for coffee consumers to tip the people who make their coffee — not their coffee drinks, but the beans themselves….

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COOPCHEBI cooperative

Like most coffee-producing countries throughout the Americas, Peru’s coffee sector has struggled to rebound — both in terms of volume and economic impact — from the coffee leaf rust epidemic…

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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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coffee verite labor project

Massachusetts-based nonprofit Verité, which works to improve labor conditions in some of the most exploitative industries throughout the world, has received funding for a three-year project addressing labor in Brazil,…

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World Coffee Producers Forum

In a time of downward global prices on the commodities market, the second World Coffee Producers Forum took place last week in Campinas, Brazil. Since its inception in 2017 to…

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coffee price fund duque

Colombian President Iván Duque signed into law a new fund late last week designed to support the country’s smallholder farmers in times of downward price shocks. The law comes just…

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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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204264_web

The “biennial effect” in coffee — the idea that yields from coffee plants are naturally higher one year and lower the next due to a kind of physiological recovery —…

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coffee_sacks

Coffee leaders from Brazil and Colombia, the world’s two largest producers of arabica coffee, met in advance of next month’s World Coffee Producers Forum in Brazil to discuss solutions to…

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One of the oldest agricultural research centers in the world, the Agronomic Institute of Campinas (IAC) has had a remarkably powerful influence over the development of coffee in Brazil and,…

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