As those in the specialty coffee industry look for new ways to compete, producers will increasingly be expected to produce new exotic varieties and introduce… Read More »Will the future of specialty coffee favour rich producers?
THERE WAS once a time when the global price of coffee didn’t hang so heavily over producing countries. A quota system, operated by the International… Read More »Direct trade has exposed the fragility of coffee associations
Coffee farmer, producer, grower, supplier – these are all terms used to describe farm-level supply chain actors. They can also be used to define the… Read More »Is there a difference between a coffee producer and a farmer?
Due to adverse weather conditions and a small inventory decline In the same month, exports continued recovering and rose 6% to 939,000 60-kg bags of… Read More »Colombian coffee production falls 10% in June
BY PERFECTDAILYGRIND – Indigenous communities are some of the most underrepresented and overlooked groups in the coffee industry. Yet the indigenous population of Colombia alone is… Read More »LEARNING MORE ABOUT COLOMBIA’S INDIGENOUS COFFEE-PRODUCING COMMUNITIES
Due to unfavorable weather conditions In the same month, Colombian coffee exports fell 23% to 980,000 60-kg bags of green coffee from almost 1.3 million… Read More »Colombian coffee production falls 16% in February
5THWAVE caught up with Colleen Popkin, Coffee Sector Lead, Market Transformation at Rainforest Alliance, to discuss why building climate resilience at origin is also not only… Read More »How Rainforest Alliance is empowering climate-resilient coffee farming
Lower coffee bean output from the world’s largest producer, Brazil, and rising global coffee demand are likely to see prices of the commodity rising in 2022. Extreme… Read More »Brazil lowers coffee output to keep prices high in 2022
International Coffee Day feels very different this year. Introduced by the International Coffee Organization (ICO) on October 1 2015 to raise awareness of the product and the… Read More »Coffee bean prices have doubled in the past year and may double again – what’s going on?
The Coffee, Forest & Climate Agreement has been signed by the Colombian Government and a collection of representative groups on behalf of the country’s exporters,… Read More »Colombia the first country to sign the Coffee, Forest & Climate Agreement.