Category: Indonesia

COVID-19 Making Existing Matters Worse for Smallholder Farmers, HRNS Study Finds

The COVID-19 pandemic is exacerbating a range of existing issues facing smallholder coffee farmers in some of the world’s most revered and productive coffee-producing countries, according to a recent...

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ICO Survey of Coffee-Exporting Countries Shows Pressing Concerns

The COVID-19 pandemic will continue to affect coffee supply chains as farmers and producers expect to experience prolonged labor shortages, increased production costs, diminished infrastructure and a reduction in...

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Nine Myths About Coffee Farmer Development: Relationship Coffee in Indonesia

(Editor’s note: This article by Jeff Neilson, Diany Faila Sophia Hartatri, and Mark Vicol originally appeared in the January/February 2019 issue of Roast Magazine. Links have been added for context.) The...

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From Packaging to Training, Expat Roasters Finds Its Place in Bali

As its name suggests, Bali, Indonesia-based Expat Roasters (styled “Expat. Roasters” by the company), has always carried some non-local influences in its approach to coffee. Yet as the coffee...

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With Roots in Indonesia, Pennyroyal Coffee Blooms Anew in Vancouver

Specialty coffee from Indonesia is continuing to grow a devoted fanbase in North America with the opening of Pennyroyal Coffee in Vancouver, B.C. After establishing the coffee business in...

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Dua Coffee Brings Indonesian Specialty Coffee to Washington D.C.

Things can be a tad chaotic in the United States capital city of Washington D.C. Thankfully, regardless of the state of affairs at the White House, just three blocks away…

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ACE Suspends First Indonesia Cup of Excellence, Cites Funding Hurdles

The Alliance for Coffee Excellence has announced that the first Cup of Excellence auction and competition planned for Indonesia has been temporarily suspended due to funding and logistics hurdles....

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