Category: Colombia

Good Liquorworks Makes Good Vodka Out of Post-Harvest Coffee Fruit

New York State-based startup Good Liquorworks is the latest beverage industry player to transform the byproduct of coffee fruit into a new product altogether. The startup has just launched...

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Minnesota Roasted: Nine Roasters Interpret One Coffee to Benefit Service Industry Workers

Nine coffee roasting companies from throughout the Land of 10,000 Lakes have formed Minnesota Roasted, a collaborative fundraising effort to support the regional service industry. Each of the nine...

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Colombia-Based Promising Crops Pledges to Build a More Sustainable Coffee Sector

A team of coffee experts based in Colombia has reimagined, expanded and relaunched the coffee-producer-focused social enterprise Promising Crops with the goal of expanding sustainable agriculture and increasing market...

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Colombian Roaster Amor Perfecto Leads the Charge for Frida Kahlo Coffee

A new collaboration between the Frida Kahlo Corporation and Bogotá, Colombia-based specialty coffee roaster Amor Perfecto unites one of the world’s most famous female faces with one of the...

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Colombia Harvest Report: Higher Prices and Yields Ease COVID Worries

Despite a tumultuous 2020, the Colombian coffee producing industry is riding a modest wave of optimism as it enters the main harvest season. The traviesa — the smaller mid-season...

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From Colombia, Muchacha Offers All-Women Supply Chain Coffees in the US

A new company based in Medellín, Colombia, called Muchacha is launching a line of fresh-roasted whole-bean retail coffees in the United States called Muchacha Women in Coffee. A defining...

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18 First-Time Competitors Win 2020 Colombia Cup of Excellence Awards

Twenty-four high-scoring green coffee lots are heading to a Thursday, Nov. 19, auction as part of the 2020 Colombia Cup of Excellence green coffee competition and auction program. The...

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Rhode Island Startup Hoist And Crane Drops Beans Directly from Colombia

A Rhode Island company that launched over the summer is forging the freshest possible connections between a family-owned coffee farm in Risaralda, Colombia, and coffee drinkers in the United...

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Coffee Economics with Karl: Coffee Farm Economics

In the last episode of Coffee Economics with Karl, Colombian coffee trading company Cedro Alto Founder Karl Wienhold touched on the difficult subject of coffee farm production costs. As...

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Three Campaigns Supporting Agroforestry for Small-Scale Coffee Farms

Portland, Oregon-based nonprofit Grow Ahead and Vermont-based nonprofit Food 4 Farmers have teamed up for the launch of three crowdfunding campaigns to support agroforestry projects involving Indigenous and women-led...

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El Colombiano Coffee Now at Home in Boston’s Monumental Market

Three businesses have come together under one roof in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston to form the Monumental Market. Customers can browse through shelves of vinyl LPs care...

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