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Apostle Coffee

APOSTLE COFFEE SHOWS INNOVATIVE ECO APPROACH

Founded in 2016 by husband-and-wife team Charlotte and Jon Stanford, Apostle wanted to produce organic coffee with a minimum environmental impact. To back up their words with actions, their roastery is powered by renewable energy sources. Now they are rewarding coffee lovers demonstrate a high level of eco knowledge and awareness. Since the company was …

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Ted Fisher

“MAKING BETTER COFFEE.” INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR TED FISHER ON HIS NEW BOOK. 

I was recently sent a review copy of a new book from the Anthropologist Ted Fisher and asked if I’d like to review it. At the time, I had 12 books stacked by my reading chair, and I might have sounded less than enthusiastic. The pdf sat on my hard drive for a couple of …

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Ethiopian Farmers

USDA FORECAST: ETHIOPIA COFFEE PRODUCTION TO INCREASE AT MY 2022/23

The United States Department of Agriculture forecasts that Ethiopia will produce 8.25 million 60-kg bags of coffee (495,000 tonnes) at mid-year 2022/23, 100,000 bags more than the current 2021/22 coffee production estimate. Ethiopia is home to more than 15 million smallholder farmers who depend on coffee as their main source of income. The total amount …

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Puerto Rico Coffee

PUERTO RICO’S COFFEE HARVEST BACK TO PRE-HURRICANE LEVEL

Five years after hurricanes Irma and Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, the country is well on its way to restoring coffee production to pre-hurricane level. On 17 September 2017, Hurricanes Irma and Katrina devastated Puerto Rico, killing thousands and displacing hundreds of thousands. The hurricanes also decimated Puerto Rican coffee production, which fell from 2,000 tonnes …

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BAZZARA HOLDS WEEK-LONG COFFEE TRAINING WITH FOUNDATION CAMP

Besides the visits of the students from the University of Denver and of the journalists of The Guardian, The Academy Bazzara opens its doors to the Foundation Camp in October. During the TriestEspresso Expo, an international exhibition dedicated to the world of coffee and taking place at the end of October in Trieste, Bazzara, besides …

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Illy

ILLYCAFFÈ OPENS SECOND UNIVERSITÀ DEL CAFFÈ BRANCH IN BRAZIL

Illycaffè opens the second branch of the Università del Caffè in São Paulo, Brazil, an information hub aimed at promoting and spreading the culture of high-quality coffee worldwide. The hub will offer hospitality courses to educate coffee producers and consumers. Customers, baristas and other hospitality industry professionals can choose the courses that best suit their preferences. …

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Eversys

HOW EVERSYS IS ABOUT TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN ITS EXPANSION

Strong growth – Collaboration with a significant international coffee chain – Massive job creation – Factory expansion The young, 2009-founded Valais-based manufacturer of professional fully automatic espresso machines continues to grow strongly and plans to expand its operations in Sierre. Emerging from the pandemic with momentum Like the entire gastronomy-related industry, Eversys has felt the …

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Buhler Staub

DR ZENO STAUB NOMINATED FOR ELECTION TO BÜHLER’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Uzwil (Switzerland), September 19, 2022 – Dr. Zeno Staub, Chief Executive Officer of Vontobel Holding AG, a Swiss listed, globally active investment firm majority-owned by the Vontobel families and a charitable foundation, is being proposed to the Bühler shareholders as a new Member of Bühler Group’s Board of Directors at an extraordinary general shareholders’ meeting …

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Kenya Coffee Bags

NAIROBI COFFEE EXCHANGE REPORTS 53% HIGHER VOLUMES BUT WARNS ON FUTURE

According to a report by the Nairobi Coffee Exchange, sales at Kenya’s coffee auction rose to $210.7 million in the last 11 months of the marketing cycle ending in September. This is a huge increase from the $129.8 million in the same period last year. The growth in revenue is due to a combination of …

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