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After a successful maiden voyage in Seattle in October, the Womxn in Coffee panel made its way to Portland on February 15 to continue the conversation surrounding the injustices women, people of color, and queer folx endure throughout the industry.
American country music icon and longtime cannabis advocate Willie Nelson announced that he’s getting into the legal hemp game by launching a CBD-infused coffee.
As the global demand for specialty coffee continues to grow, coffee farmers in Australia aim to compete with heavy-hitting coffee-producing countries—even amidst challenges.
From Peru to the Arctic Circle, coffee is supporting indigenous traditions around the world.
hile Parisian cafés have been an iconic feature of the city for generations, the city has been reluctant to participate in the modern specialty coffee movement of the last decade. A new event might be a major sign that French attitudes are changing. The Paris Coffee Show, to be held May 25–27 in Parc Floral … Continue reading First-Ever French Coffee Event
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.
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.
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.