A farmer on his way home from the market in Thiotte, Haiti. Photo by David Dávila In 1804, the world’s first Black republic won its independence from France. Haiti is the only country born of a successful slave revolution. From the first day of its existence, its leaders defied world powers by abolishing slavery and … Continue reading HAITI: A STORY OF REVOLUTION & INSPIRATION AT ORIGIN
The high-tech innovation transforms how coffee goes from farm to cup—and ensures growers unprecedented supply chain transparency.
Despite the prevalence of Afro-Latinos in the Western Hemisphere, their stories, particularly in coffee, have gone largely ignored. It’s essential that we take a moment to celebrate and acknowledge the contributions of Afro-Latinos in the industry because without them, coffee would not exist as we know it today.
Congolese coffee has historically been absent from most coffee roasters’ menus and importers’ offering sheets, but may soon become a go-to in America because of its unique versatility as a single origin and blend component.
This summer, Finca Sophia, co-owned by Boot Coffee and Equator Coffees, was named the winner of the world-renowned 2020 Panama Cup.
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.
Qima Coffee made a historic announcement last week with the discovery of Yemenia, a new genetic mother population of arabica.
Green coffee importer Genuine Origin is expanding its La Morena program to women artisans in Guatemala to promote gender equity in the industry.
Nespresso launched “KAHAWA ya CONGO,” the newest and first USDA-certified organic coffee within Reviving Origins, the company’s global farming communities program.