The 2019 Golden Bean Coffee Roasters Competition and Conference wrapped up last weekend in Nashville, Tennessee, after four days filled with cupping, camaraderie, and lots and lots of coffee.
The Oregon Coffee Board is offering scholarships to the U.S. Coffee Championship Qualifiers. The scholarship includes entry fee, travel, food and beverage stipend, mentors, and more.
A two-year collaboration between Stanford University and Sustainable Harvest culminates this week with the launch of a new on-campus executive course geared toward the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to employ the tenants of design thinking and sustainability.
Now an L.A. coffee institution, Go Get Em Tiger opened its sixth location last week at the newly renovated Music Center Plaza.
The Rainforest Alliance announced it would be redirecting 100% of donations made through its Instagram page to Brazilian frontline groups fighting deforestation and defending indigenous rights in the Amazon.
“Industrial Luxury” may sound like an oxymoron, but it’s a concept that works for the expansive new location of California-based Verve Coffee.
Heather Howitt, one of the industry leaders credited for popularizing chai in the United States, is back in the beverage game. This time she’s utilizing her know-how for natural, high-quality ingredients and applying those practices to Thai tea.
Now in its 22nd year, Expo Café aims to increase the level of international interest in the crop and highlight Mexico’s status as the world’s 11th-largest coffee producer and leading grower of organic coffee.
Austin, Texas, is now on the roster of cities playing host to Intelligentsia Coffee. The brand’s new outpost brings exceptional seasonal coffees to Austin, all of which are directly sourced from Intelligentsia’s longtime partners in 14 countries.
Coffee Fest Los Angeles 2019 is officially in the books. Find out what you missed with Fresh Cup’s recap!