Category: Boot Coffee

Finca Sophia Coffee Earns Record-Breaking $1,300 Per Pound at Best of Panama

A washed Gesha-variety coffee from the Finca Sophia farm fetched $1,300.50 USD per pound at the Best of Panama green coffee auction yesterday, shattering the previous world record price...

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Colombia-Focused Coffee For Peace Running a Virtual Sourcing Trip

The organizers of the Coffee for Peace project are launching an event called the Virtual Buyers Caravan, designed to bring coffee farmers and potential buyers together online. The four-day...

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New Nonprofit The Mokha Institute Hopes to Boost Yemeni Coffee

A group of specialty coffee and development professionals has created a nonprofit called The Mokha Institute, designed to provide technical direction for the coffee sector of Yemen. A historically...

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Social Distance Learning: Coffee Education Evolves Online During COVID-19

Most passionate educators will argue that there’s no substitute for in-person one-on-one or small group instruction. Yet as COVID-19-inspired cancellations and lockdown orders have squashed that concept for the...

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Coffee for Peace Microlot Program a Direct Connection to Colombian Greens

As the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect consumption habits and coffee business operations throughout the globe, roasters now have a new online resource for sourcing fresh Colombian greens...

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Embassy Coffee Occupies New Territory in South Bend, Indiana

A new Embassy has opened in South Bend, Indiana, though it has nothing to do with the past or future political prospects of the city’s former mayor. Goshen, Indiana-based...

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With Traceable Colombian Microlots, FNC and USAID Launch Coffee For Peace

Colombia’s National Federation of Coffee Growers (FNC) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) have launched a major marketing and trade facilitation initiative called Coffee for Peace....

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