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Warming Up to Cold Brew

American consumers have discovered cold brew coffee and are showing their excitement with significant sales growth.

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Precision agriculture is the emerging mainstream of farming, using technology to zero in for the tightest degree of control and management. more

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Pods Perform

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Pod Pack International's Tom Martin says that he is pretty happy with the way things turned out. The company's new plant can produce more than half a billion coffee and tea pods, filter rings, super pods, and capsules a year. more

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Frinj Coffee

Photo by Carla Shryock

Farmers in Southern California successfully cultivate specialty coffee at commercial scale for the first time in the United States mainland and Blue Bottle Coffee sells it for $16 a cup. more

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Beverages are growing faster globally, on average, than consumer staples, making bottled drinks one of the more attractive categories of fast-moving consumer goods. more

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"Consumers in the USA when looking at higher value chains want to know the story where the coffee came from and that is how you hook people to your coffee.” more

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A preference for better tasting gourmet coffee and a desire to avoid caffeine by both older and young coffee drinkers is awakening global demand for decaffeinated roast. more

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Keep It Clean

Photo by Rob Hoos, Nossa Familia

Commercial roasting equipment is not only a significant investment, it’s the central tool for the craft. When your livelihood depends on roasting hundreds or thousands of pounds of coffee to exacting standards, maintaining your roaster is essential. more

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Burundian exporter talks with STiR (coffee and tea magazine) about the challenges and opportunities of expanding coffee production and exportation in Rwanda. more

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The tea-dominated culture of Britain, marked by stability and standardized brands, is now among the most dynamic coffee markets in the world, driven by specialty brewing and growth in locations. more

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Daniele Giovannucci and Luis F. Samper team with Brazilian researcher Luciana Marques Vieira to publish a United Nations financed report on the powerful role of intangibles in the coffee value chain. more

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