Amal Yemen will bring together industry experts, specialists & artists from around the world to celebrate Yemen’s storied coffee industry and support long-term economic recovery of the war-torn country.
Lavazza is reaffirming its commitment to sustainable production and coffee farmer welfare with the relaunch of its premium range of sustainable, quality blends for coffee professionals.
The funds have been earmarked for the rehabilitation of roads in 11 coffee-growing communities in Nicaragua and Honduras.
The International Coffee Organisation announced that in February 2021, the ICO composite indicator continued its upward trend.
Mercon Coffee Group and Seeds for Progress Foundation inaugurate new development centre in Nicaragua
The new development centre is the third to be inaugurated as part of the Cultivating Education Program; an initiative that contributes to the prevention of child labour in coffee producing regions.
Alliance for Coffee Excellence in partnership with the Isla Custom Coffees has announced the 16 winning coffees for the first-ever Isla Hawaii Private Collection Auction.
El Diamante is the specialty coffee of the month presented by the florentine coffee roaster, a unique variety processed in the farm of Fernández Morera family with an anaerobic fermentation process.
Ngorongoro Coffee Group hit a record-smashing price of $65.00/lb set for Tanzania coffee at the first ever Alliance for Coffee Excellence (ACE) Ngorongoro Tanzania Private Collection Auction.
The ICO announced that Arabica prices rose in January, while Robusta prices decreased and stocks for both grew.
Scientific traceability company, Oritain, is now working with the Alliance for Coffee Excellence to verify the origin of coffee submitted for auction in the global Cup of Excellence competition.
The florentine coffee roaster is launching a campaign to discover the world’s finest varieties of coffee, starting with Mokka, Geisha and Java varieties from the Finca El Puente Farm in Honduras.
According to the International Coffee Organisation’s latest report, prices for Arabica group indicators grew in December 2020, with the largest increase occurring for Brazilian Naturals.
The 27 winning coffees from the first-ever Ngorongoro Tanzania Private Collection Auction represent five farms, six processes and 11 varieties.