Individual coffee roasting and café companies take responsibility for the carbon footprint of their operations and supply chains.
Five Pacific Northwest coffee companies share why their approach to sustainability begins by building fair relationships with farmers.
A World Coffee Research study traces the history of the Coffea arabica species.
Tech giant IBM Blockchain and its traceability platform, Farmer Connect, announced its new app, “Thank My Farmer,” which will allow coffee consumers to trace their coffee back to origin.
From Starbucks to Shake Shack, cascara has been popping up on menus everywhere, including at specialty coffee shops and teahouses.
For all we love about coffee, there is a growing awareness of an age-old undercurrent: a deceptive riptide that many are calling the “Cost Crisis,” whose forces are being felt more acutely during this sustained low in the Commodity Market Price of coffee.
Why traditional tea culture in Japan is on the decline and what the industry is doing to fight back.
Canadian roaster company Bean North Coffee Roasting Co. Ltd. recently announced its partnership with green coffee importers Coop Coffee in an effort to support a women-run reforestation project in the Peruvian Amazon, led by Grow Ahead and CAC Pangoa.
The Cerrado Coffee Growers Federation, in partnership with Ally Coffee, launched the first “Cerrado Mineiro Day,” to celebrate coffee from the Região do Cerrado Mineiro, Brazil’s first and only Designation of Origin for coffee.
In the spring of 2018, the Long Miles Coffee Project launched a small venture that would eventually come to be known as “Before + Now.” Fresh Cup spoke with its creators to learn more about the project, how climate change is impacting coffee farming, and what’s next for Before + Now.