At the fourth annual Ernesto Illy International Coffee Awards, illycaffè, named Colombia’s ‘Spirit of Peace Ex-Combatants’ – Asacafè as the “Best of the Best”.
Sharing some of the Eastern Himalayan foothills with tea giants China and India as well as Vietnam and Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar and Laos – newcomers to the global tea market – are upping their profile and visibility. By Barbara Dufrêne
Central America is home to many of the world’s most important coffee research and development projects. Participatory research involving producers is the new norm, generating localised strategies that account for the realities of managing both smallholder and commercial farms. By Rachel Northrop
The Tea Association of the USA and the Tea & Herbal Association of Canada have announced the winners of the 4th annual Sustainability Awards at the North American Tea Conference in Miami for the tea sector.
Notes Coffee took first place at the Mercanta Coffee Hunters Speciality Coffee Competition for its Laurina coffee, in celebration of International Coffee Day 2019 on 1 October at the Brazilian Embassy in London.
In celebration of 2019 National Coffee Day on September 29, Peet’s Coffee, commissioned a survey of 2,000 people in collaboration with OnePoll to understand taste preferences and coffee-drinking habits of Americans.
The ICO composite indicator fell by 6.7% to 96.07 US cents/lb in August 2019, compared to July 2019.
Foxtail Coffee has partnered with Yaupon Brothers American Tea to serve organic, Florida-grown Yaupon Holly tea and other highly curated teas and tisanes at all 11 locations.
Lost Sheep Coffee has launched its new decaf capsule, that is fresh and flavourful for at least 12 months.
A new app has been created by former hedgefund manager, Crawford Hawkins, that enables consumers to give a tip directly to the Colombian farmer that produced their coffee.
Coffee industry professionals from across Hawaii and further afield assembled for the Hawaii Coffee Association’s (HCA) 24th Annual Conference.