Arezzo-based Italian company Caffè Corsini has released two new specialty coffee gifts for Christmas 2020.
The International Coffee Organisation (ICO) reported that prices for all coffee groups rose in July 2020 following three months of declines, though the largest month-on-month increase occurred for Brazilian Naturals.
Ditta Artigianale’s two monorigins El Manzano and Koke and the blend MammaMia are to be sold in selected Esselunga stores in Bergamo, Bologna, Florence, Milan and Verona.
In its June green coffee report, the International Coffee Organisation (ICO) announced that prices decreased for the third consecutive month.
Developed by advertising agency Armando Testa, the campaign promotes the new values rediscovered by Lavazza and expressed by Charlie Chaplin in his famous Message to Humanity from the 1940 film “The Great Dictator”.
In response to the global health emergency in the United States, Lavazza Premium Coffee has donated coffee to support healthcare and public safety workers as they work to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
In the wake of the coronavirus crisis in Italy, the Simonelli Group has arranged a donation for the acquirement of a respiratory intubation machine for the intensive care unit of Camerino Hospital.
Although many initiatives are still in test stages, artificial intelligence can help to advance the coffee industry. With artificial intelligence, solutions can be incorporated throughout the entire supply chain, including coffee grading, identifying diseases and even in the roasting process.
In response to the health emergency which has hit Italy, the Lavazza Group is offering help to the surrounding area by allocating EU€10 million ($10.7m) for projects to support healthcare, schools and those in need in the Piedmont Region.
Esspresso coffee machine producer, Simonelli Group, and Italian specialty roaster, Ditta Artigianale, have collaborated on a project with the goal of increasing knowledge of high-quality and specialty coffee in Italy.
Brambati S.p.A., a manufacturer of coffee processing equipment, will be showcasing its latest generation BR 6000 – 600 kg/batch coffee roaster at the upcoming Host in Fiera Milano Rho taking place 18-22 October 2019.
Spreafico Automation has established a partnership with the University of Milan for the study of the properties of self-protected capsules and the role of protective atmospheres in the shelf life.
illycaffè has opened its ninth academic year of the inter-University level one Master’s Degree in the Economics and Science of Coffee-Ernesto Illy.