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Previously unknown populations of potentially drought-resistant wild robusta coffee have been discovered by a team of Ugandan, Dutch, and French scientists in endangered forests in Uganda. Read more

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Despite generations of careful crop management, stringent screening, and strict quarantine protocols, the fungus Hemileia Vastatrix, root cause of the crop-destroying plant disease coffee leaf rust (CLR) found its way into Hawaii. Read more

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Australia-based international home appliance maker Breville Group has acquired the United States-based grinder manufacturer Baratza. Read more

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The Singapore Coffee Association (SCA) held its first Singapore Specialty Coffee Auction last month, using an innovative online, virtual format for the event organized in partnership with Food&HotelAsia (FHA). Read more

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With the new money, Atomo Coffee is building a 12,000-square-foot roastery and production center in Seattle. The first product off the production line next year will be caffeinated cold brew containing 100 mg of caffeine per 8-ounce can. Read more

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The findings, published this month in the peer-reviewed American Medical Association journal JAMA Oncology, indicate that greater coffee consumption corresponds with a reduced risk of the cancer worsening. Read more

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Scientists have identified a new genetic group of the Arabica coffee species in Yemen. The new genetic group has been dubbed “Yemenia,” as it is said to exist only in Yemen. Read more

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Costa Coffee, a leading retail coffee chain in the United Kingdom, is eliminating more than 10% of its workforce as it reopens storefronts following a Covid-19 lockdown. Read more

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The P05 roaster is intended to give users greater control over the nuances of each roast while embodying Probat’s iconic design language. Read more

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The Specialty Coffee Association’s annual Expo has been postponed until September 2021, c.e.o. Yannis Apostolopoulos announced in a statement. The event, already canceled for 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, was originally set for April 2021. Read more

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Frinj Coffee, the Southern California operation that proved quality coffee could be grown on the US mainland, is entering into land-use partnerships to investigate whether the coffee plant can be a regenerative crop. Read more

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Starbucks coffee consumers curious to know more about what they are drinking can now scan a bag of coffee beans and find out. Read more

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A Seattle coffee company says it can make better coffee without beans, and venture capitalists are investing $9 million to make it happen. Read more

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Coffee farmers across Uganda are now expected to register and report on their operations to the government under a new National Coffee Bill that recently passed the Ugandan Parliament. Read more

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Walmart customers can now order fresh-roasted coffee online under a partnership with a Colorado-based coffee company. Read more

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