Category: Georgia

Phyllis Johnson Launches New Book “The Triumph: Black Brazilians in Coffee”

Phyllis Johnson has announced the launch of her new book, “The Triumph: Black Brazilians in Coffee.” The book addresses the centuries-old history of slavery in the Brazilian coffee sector...

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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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In Atlanta, Portrait Coffee Reframes the Specialty Coffee Narrative

Atlanta’s historic West End neighborhood is one of the oldest in the city, known for its stunning array of architecture along with a rich history of Black culture and...

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US Small Business Administration Eases Access to Low-Interest Loans

The United States Small Business Administration has eased entry requirements for low-interest disaster relief loans of up to $2 million in 17 U.S. states and counting. Over the past...

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Refuge Coffee Opens First Brick-and-Mortar Home in Atlanta

Nonprofit specialty coffee company Refuge Coffee has found a new refuge of its own, settling into a proper brick-and-mortar location in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood of Atlanta. The new...

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Huge X Brash Brings Tech and Coffee Together in Atlanta

A high-tech retail experience squarely focused on coffee has opened in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood. Huge X Brash is a collaboration between local roasting company Brash Coffee Roasters and the design...

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Cropster and Balzac Brothers Are On a Southern Summer Tour

Coffee roasting software provider Cropster and green coffee importer Balzac Brothers have embarked on a tour across the southern United States, starting in Texas and moving through Oklahoma, Tennessee and...

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