With the global rise of third-wave coffee in the last decade and a half, it’s natural that the focus of the industry has prioritized quality, purity, and provenance. We thus run the risk of having a myopic view of what constitutes “good coffee,” according to an insular and homogenous experience. What does that mean, when coffee is as diverse a product as they come?
Coffee Fest is hosting a second session of Coffee Fest To Go, a virtual event on October 21 and October 22.
The Barista Guild is hosting Bloom, a virtual event across four locations: the United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico, and the United States.
The Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity (CCRE) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to build greater racial diversity and equity in the U.S. coffee industry.
Learn how roasting is evolving and what seasoned roasters are excited for in the future.
This summer, Finca Sophia, co-owned by Boot Coffee and Equator Coffees, was named the winner of the world-renowned 2020 Panama Cup.
Coffee may not be the first thing one tends to associate with Providence. Nevertheless, there are numerous places tucked all throughout where one can find a quality cup.
Glitter Cat, the competition training program for marginalized coffee professionals, announces DiGiTiTiON, a socially distanced digital competition in six categories.
Food 4 Farmers and Grow Ahead, a crowdfunding platform supporting small-scale farmers addressing climate change, are partnering with Indigenous and women-led farming cooperatives in a new initiative.
FRINJ Coffee is working with the Gaviota Coast Conservancy and White Buffalo Land Trust for research efforts into how to incorporate regenerative agriculture farming practices in coffee crops.