On April 9, Sarina Prabasi, co-founder of celebrated Brooklyn-based café Buunni Coffee, releases her debut book, The Coffeehouse Resistance: Brewing Hope in Desperate Times.
Guiding the Conversation on the Coffee Price Crisis
It was engines at full throttle as teams of baristas from all over the world competed at the Global Barista Challenged, held March 14–17 at the Melbourne Grand Prix.
Dr. Tina Yerkes, Ph.D., has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Coffee Quality Institute.
Women bear the majority of labor on Kenya’s coffee farms—but at what cost?
Outstanding work in the field of sustainability within the coffee industry can often go unnoticed. But each year, one project, business model, and individual are acknowledged for their work in the field with an SCA Sustainability Award during the Re:co Symposium.
Find out what went down at this year’s U.S. Coffee Champions, held March 15–17 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Representatives from some of the country’s top coffee retailers gathered this past weekend in Atlanta for a weekend dedicated to examining today’s coffee market and building a brighter future for the entire coffee community.
Oceanside, California, farmers are preparing for the region’s first-ever coffee harvest, which could eventually fetch prices of hundreds of dollars per pound.
The theme of this year’s Re:co Symposium is focused on Coffee in Crisis: A Call and Response. Individuals, companies, and organizations will gather together to address the crisis coffee farmers all over the world have dealt with for many years.