Coffee Prices Continue Decline Despite Production Deficit Predictions, ICO Says

Coffee Prices Continue Decline Despite Production Deficit Predictions, ICO Says

March 4, 2015 4:23 pm

Green coffee prices continued in a downward slide through February, despite recent estimates that global production will result in a deficit this year, according to […]

Women-Focused Ugandan Cooperative Earns 2015 SCAA Sustainability Award

Women-Focused Ugandan Cooperative Earns 2015 SCAA Sustainability Award

March 2, 2015 3:00 pm

The Bukonzo Joint Cooperative Union, whose women-centered value chain development framework has proven successful in Western Uganda and beyond for more than a decade, is […]

From Theory to Policy: The Next Step in Coffee Supply Sustainability

From Theory to Policy: The Next Step in Coffee Supply Sustainability

February 26, 2015 10:18 am

By Michael Sheridan of CRS Coffeelands Blog The sustainability conversation in specialty coffee has evolved in important ways since I first tuned in more than 10 […]

NGOs Promote Trade, Gender Equality as New Coffees Emerge from DRC

NGOs Promote Trade, Gender Equality as New Coffees Emerge from DRC

February 25, 2015 12:06 pm

A group of NGOs with ties to the Democratic Republic of Congo coffee industry is planning a series events in the Kivu region this May to […]

Inside Roast Magazine: Roast Profile Development, Kenyan Quality and Flavor Communication

Inside Roast Magazine: Roast Profile Development, Kenyan Quality and Flavor Communication

February 19, 2015 11:25 am

The March/April 2015 issue of Roast Magazine is now shipping. If you’re not yet a Roast subscriber, become one here. Below are previews of three of […]

Green Coffee Prices Hit 11-Month Low as Brazil Crop Reaches Crucial Stage

Green Coffee Prices Hit 11-Month Low as Brazil Crop Reaches Crucial Stage

February 11, 2015 11:24 am

Average prices for green coffee dropped to their lowest in nearly a year in January amid weather concerns in Brazil, according to the latest monthly […]

The World’s Most Bird-Friendly Coffee, in Ethiopia, and Why it is In Danger

The World’s Most Bird-Friendly Coffee, in Ethiopia, and Why it is In Danger

February 9, 2015 11:27 am

Ethiopian coffee grown under shade cover from native plant species is likely the most bird-friendly in the world, according to new research that underscores a need […]

Armed Thieves Steal Top-Grade Coffee From Mill in Nyeri, Kenya

Armed Thieves Steal Top-Grade Coffee From Mill in Nyeri, Kenya

January 20, 2015 11:50 am

Local sources in Nyeri, Kenya, are reporting that a group of armed thieves has stolen approximately 120 bags of top-grade parchment coffee from a mill in […]

Kenyan Leaders Unveil National Branding Effort, “Coffee Kenya Mark of Origin”

Kenyan Leaders Unveil National Branding Effort, “Coffee Kenya Mark of Origin”

January 16, 2015 8:10 am

In yet another effort to recharge Kenya’s coffee sector, the country’s agriculture ministry has unveiled a branding and direct marketing initiative using the label “Coffee […]

Monthly C-Market Report: Prices Hit 10-Month Low as Brazil Forecast Improves

Monthly C-Market Report: Prices Hit 10-Month Low as Brazil Forecast Improves

January 15, 2015 2:05 pm

Coffee prices worldwide reached their lowest since February 2014, largely driven by improved expectations for Brazil’s 2015/16 crop, according to the December monthly report from […]