Category: Specialty Coffee Association

Updated: MICE and World Coffee Championships Not Happening in 2020

[Editor’s note: The headline in the original version of this story included the World of Coffee event among the list of events that will not be happening in 2020. To…

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World of Coffee, MICE and World Coffee Championships Not Happening in 2020

The Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE), World of Coffee in Warsaw and the 2020 World Coffee Championship events have all been canceled or are in the process of being...

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Sustainability Champion Angela Pelaez of RGC on Including Farmworkers

As the seed-to-cup narrative typically begins with coffee farmers, it thereby leaves out a critical group of people who make coffee production possible: farmworkers. Farmworkers remain the most vulnerable...

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Inside Roast Magazine’s July/August 2020 Issue (Now Shipping)

The July/August 2020 issue of Roast is out now, with in-depth articles on the relationship between time and color in coffee roasting, the importance of establishing a quality control program, and the...

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Three US Coffee Championships on Pause Until 2021, New Qualifiers Canceled

Organizers of the United States Coffee Competitions (USCC) have announced that the three remaining U.S championships have been paused until 2021 due to concerns regarding large gatherings as the...

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COVID-19 Has Dramatically Reshaped Coffee Retail, According to New SCA/Square Report

Major shifts in specialty coffee retail have taken place during the course of the novel coronavirus outbreak in the United States, including exponential upticks in curbside and pickup orders,...

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Physical Analysis of Green Coffee: What to Measure, Record and Track

(Editor’s note: This article written by Andreas Idl and Paul Bartholomew originally appeared in the March/April 2018 issue of Roast magazine.) Over the past 10 years, our company has had...

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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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The DCN Guide to Online Coffee Events: April 14-20

Welcome to DCN’s weekly roundup of online coffee events. Hosting an online event? Let us know here. In the meantime, if you’re heading to Zoom anytime soon, check out...

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This Week: A Food Safety and COVID-19 Webinar for the Coffee Industry

The Specialty Coffee Association is hosting a webinar this Friday, March 20, on food safety and COVID-19. “The aim of this webinar is to provide an overview of the...

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