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Alliance for Coffee Excellence will conduct a Private Collection coffee auction to support smallholder farmers in Yemen. Read more

Coffee Report

The Cup of Excellence, known for its green bean auctions around the world, marks its 20th anniversary in October with a celebration and competition in Larvas, Brazil, the site of the original event. Read more

Coffee Report

Blockchain Coffee Auction

Photo courtesy Yave Blockchain Platform

Guatemalan Coffees and the Producer & Roaster Forum will host the world’s first blockchain coffee auction May 24, 2019. Read more

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A Geisha grown in Costa Rica in July brought a record $300 per pound at the Cup of Excellence auction. Read more

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Cup of Excellence judges awarded top honors to women for an unprecedented 10 lots of Brazilian coffee in 2017. Read more

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Peru, in its first-ever Cup of Excellence, set a record for an overall price per pound during the most recent auction. In all, 19 lots were sold at an average $21.13 per pound. Read more

Coffee Report

Linking coffee cooperatives and smallholder farmers to other parts of the supply chain would be a lot easier with real-time analysis and verification of their coffee crop quality and payment on the spot reasoned the founders of Colorado-based bext360 Read more

Features

Demand for specialty loose leaf teas globally has led a few East Africa producers to add orthodox black, green, and white varieties to their range. Emrok Tea Factory, one of the most modern in Kenya, is attracting a good deal of attention. Read more

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The Nairobi Coffee Exchange (NCE) maintains a sophisticated auction floor that dates to 1963. The auction has evolved since 1934 to become the most important coffee marketplace in the country. Read more

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Beginning in June, Darjeeling tea will for the first time be part of India’s eAuction network. Read more

Tea Report

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Photo by Dan Bolton/StiR Tea & Coffee

Specialty coffee roasters around the globe spent a record R $1.4 million (US $365,000) last week on the best of Brazil’s 2014/15 arabica harvest. Read more

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