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Coffee growers here don’t like the price they are getting for their robusta beans, so they are hoarding supplies in hope of better returns in the future. Read more

Coffee Report

The company begins increased monitoring of its coffee imports this week after recent tests revealed higher levels of the weed-killing chemical glyphosate. Read more

Coffee Report

Five lots received jury scores of 90 or higher during recent judging of Mexican-grown coffees in the Cup of Excellence program organized by the Alliance for Coffee Excellence. Read more

Coffee Report

Cup of Excellence in-country partner Anacafé set a bidding minimum of $3.50 per pound for coffee scoring at least 85 points following Guatemala’s 16th national competition. Read more

Coffee Report

Henry Yeo, founder of Young In Traders, has helped sustain the trend of premium coffee in Asia since 2001. He talks with STiR's Sherri Johns about sourcing, sustainability and more. Read more

Features

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

News

Everything we see, taste, and feel is an intricate blend of chemicals. Like a primeval alphabet, they’re the fundamental units that define everything in the natural order. Coffee is no exception. Read more

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Cascara is a new beverage brewing in indie and chain coffee shops.  Although consumed primarily as a tea, it is made from the hulls of coffee berries. Read more

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Xeltron’s high-velocity PCB boards employ cutting-edge technology, increasing performance and diminishing the mortality rate, lowering overall the downtime of the machines. Read more

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The import battle between India and Vietnam appears to have come to an end. Multiple sources report that both countries have canceled bans issued in early March. Read more

Coffee Report

The Kenyan coffee industry continues its efforts to combat thieves who steal coffee beans to sell on the black market. Read more

Coffee Report

Robusta shortfall in Brazil

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Solubles manufacturers in the world’s largest robusta producing country may be forced to import coffee. Read more

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When green coffee heading for the United States didn’t arrive on time, news quickly spread. Hanjin Shipping Co. had filed for bankruptcy stranding ships at sea. The news was a clear indication that the global shipping industry was facing a crisis. Read more

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Coffee processors constantly look for ways to preserve the quality of their beans while reducing water use and saving labor costs. Equipment manufacturers work with them to develop machinery to help the cause. Read more

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