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World Coffee Events, the competition subsidiary of the Specialty Coffee Association, moved two 2018 world events to Brazil in the wake of recent controversy. Read more

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The association intends to follow on Friday with an announcement concerning World Coffee Championships locations. Read more

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A September release announcing the locations of three upcoming coffee competitions was suspended the same day when the human rights record of one host country, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), was called into question. Read more

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Barista champions from more than 60 nations are coming to Seoul in 2017 to compete for the title of “World Barista Champion.” Read more

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The Specialty Coffee Association of America clarifies what is and is not happening with United States coffee competitions. Read more

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

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Myanmar’s Arabica Awakening

Photo by Andrew Hetzel, Coffee Quality Institute

Women coffee farmers won both first and second place at Myanmar’s first national cupping competition held in Yangon in July. Read more

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Are coffee competitions financially sustainable? Announcements by two prominent trade organizations suggest no, at least not under current models. Read more

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Two controversial announcements have taken the coffee social media world by storm this season. Read more

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The 2016 World Barista Championship will take place at the Speciality Coffee Association of Europe’s World of Coffee Event in Dublin, Ireland, on June 23-25, 2016. Read more

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