Drought, lower tea prices, and economic sanctions against Iran have led to lower tea exports for the world’s largest black tea producing country, affecting the entire nation’s economy.
Roasters, pack your bags, spoons, and beret: This year’s Coffee Roasters Guild Camp is scheduled to take place in Annecy, France, September 30–
This week, labor advocacy non-profit Verité, with funding from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs, officially launched Cooperation On Fair, Free, Equitable Employment (COFFEE) Project, spanning Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico
Instagrammability is a characteristic that’s frequently talked about in our industry. But what does that term mean—and what’s the value of it?
The UC Davis Coffee Center recently announced the hire of its first full-time staff member, Juliet Han.
With the intention of making coffee learning relevant, valuable, accessible, and current for everyone in the industry, green coffee company Ally Coffee has expanded its learning opportunities to the global community of coffee professionals.
Charlotte, North Carolina-based Undercurrent Coffee is set to open its second location on Thursday, August 1, in the city’s new Optimist Hall, called one of the biggest summer restaurant openings in the country by Food & Wine.
Coffee shops hand out an estimated 250 billion paper cups every year, which go straight to landfills. Even the cups that say they’re recyclable on the packaging are misleading, because the infrastructure to recycle them is very expensive and doesn’t exist in many municipalities.
After two years of research and traveling the world for inspiration, brother-sister duo Sivin and Tam Duong launch The Cuppo Coffee & Tea in Jersey Village, just outside of Houston.
Orlando-based Foxtail Coffee Co. recently announced a new COO, John Hufferd, who comes from barbecue joint 4 Rivers Smokehouse, another celebrated local brand.