Category: Origin

Colombian Coffee Lands Likely to Shift Given Current Practices, Research Suggests

New research focused on Colombia suggests that if current conditions and practices persist, climate change will dramatically reshape where arabica coffee can be grown by the middle part of...

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The Shade Catalog Shines a Light on Agroforestry and Farmer Livelihoods

Agroforestry, i.e. the integration of trees and shrubs into cultivated cropland, has been widely touted as beneficial to the environment. It can provide shade to sun-baked crop plants and...

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Startup Vinculum Using Satellites and AI for Farm Planning and Financing

A European venture called Vinculum has launched a pilot program in the coffee lands of Colombia using artificial intelligence and satellite data designed to help farmers mitigate production and...

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Colombian Researchers Discover Aggressive New Variants of Coffee Leaf Rust

Colombian coffee leaders are urging growers to turn to disease-resistant coffee varieties upon the discovery of new, more aggressive variants of the coffee leaf rust (CLR) fungus. The troubling...

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Café Los Sueños Roasting Co. is a Dream Come True in Baltimore

Baltimore residents dreaming of a new place for quality coffee had a happy awakening this month with the opening of the first brick-and-mortar shop of Café Los Sueños Roasting...

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What Researchers Learned from the Remarkable Stenophylla Tasting

More than two years after the rediscovery of what’s being popularly referred to as the “lost coffee species” — formally Coffea Stenophylla — researchers have triumphantly offered a potential gustatory...

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IWCA Signs Producer-Focused MOU with Mutombo Coffee Distributor

The International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) has made a major play in bringing its members’ coffees to market through a new agreement with the international wholesale distributor of Mutombo...

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Climate Change Will Alter the Specialty Coffee Landscape in Ethiopia, Study Shows

Researchers from parts of Africa and Europe have shed new light on how climate change may affect what’s considered “specialty coffee” growth in Ethiopia throughout the rest of this...

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Javae Coffee Helps Grow a Black Audience For Haitian-Grown Coffees

A five-year-old coffee importing and roasting company called Javae Coffee has become an advocate both for Black people who grow coffee and for a broader consumer base of Black...

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Cocomiel Makes US Nationwide Launch with Farmer-Focused Profit-Sharing Model

A relatively new brand with deep roots in the coffee sustainability movement called Cocomiel (styled as “CocoMiel”) has announced its United States nationwide launch, offering single-origin, traceable Guatemalan green...

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Mexico City Roaster Buna Driving Quality Through Protecting Ecosystems

Launched as a small cafe by a pair of high school friends in 2012, Mexico City-based coffee company Buna has since evolved to offer a unique vision for protecting Mexican…

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Anacafé Launches ‘One of a Kind Guatemala’ Microlot Auction Program

The National Coffee Association of Guatemala Anacafé has announced the launch of a high-quality, small lot green coffee auction program called One of a Kind Guatemala. According to an...

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