A new event could be an indicator that French attitudes toward specialty coffee are changing.
Three coffee pickers working on a farm near Santuario, Colombia, who are also trans women from the indigenous Emberá community, are the central focus of the premiere episode of a new series from UK’s Channel 4 for Facebook called “Uncovered”.
The new hub, named for the intricately painted family carretas of the region, is the result of years of work in the country, and will allow Cafe Imports to work directly with growers, build better connections, and ensure quality of all exports from the country.
“We are Peaks. Built in the valleys.” So goes the mantra behind Peaks Coffee Co. in Syracuse, New York.
After more than 40 years in the consumer goods business, JAB Holding chairman Bart Becht announced that he will be retiring from the company. However, reporters at Bloomberg and Financial Times reveal that the “retirement” might be more of a case of irreconcilable difference of opinion.
A new study published in the scientific journal, Science Advances, found that at least 60 percent of wild coffee species are under risk of extinction, threatening one of the coffee industry’s most important strategies for creating coffee plants that are able to survive the worst climate change has to throw at us.
The Maple Leaf is a permanent fixture on Cincinnati’s Deeper Roots’ signature drink menu—the beauty of its simplicity in preparation and presentation belies its complexity of flavor.
Los Angeles-area tea café Percolate just doubled its business by opening a second state-of-the-art shop on Hollywood’s Melrose Avenue this past weekend.
Worries about losing the next generation of farmers due to the comparative lack of appeal against other vocations has the coffee industry wondering how to fix coffee farming for today’s youth.
America’s second-largest coffee equipment manufacturer, Wilbur Curtis, is set to be acquired by Groupe SEB, a France-based conglomerate of small appliance manufacturers.