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A new coffee processing plant opened in late May in Las Gaitas, Capira, as part of the Panama Canal Authority’s Environmental Incentives Program. more

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Ipanema Coffees invested $10 million in technology at its new coffee processing mill on the Rio Verde Farm, Brazil more

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Bühler is building the world’s most advanced coffee processing plant. The facility, constructed for Norwegian coffee producer Joh. Johannson, combines innovative roasting technology with record low greenhouse gas emissions. 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. more

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Sourcing cascara is not for amateurs, says one verteran coffee roaster. "If you do your job you could find really clean, dried fruit that has been carefully processed and tastes amazing." more

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The basic steps for removing impurities has not changed over the years but an array of advanced technology now guarantees cleaner coffee at the country of origin or on arrival. 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. more

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Wim Abbing oversees PROBAT-Werke, an industry leader in coffee roasting machines, roller mills, and ancillary equipment. He spoke with STiR Tea & Coffee International during the Host International Hospitality Exhibition in Milan, Italy. more

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"A day in the life" tells the story of how Linde's technologies keep food and beverages fresh. more

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Being more open about where food comes from and how it’s processed is a growing trend. Some regulation and oversight drives this trend, of course. more

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Ikawa has introduced a digital micro roaster as part of a program to assist coffee farmers. more

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The Water Wise Coffee program financed by Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee is a non-profit established to help mill owners naturally filter water by using sustainable vetiver grass. more

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Coffee Report June 2015

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A new IBD/Global Environment Facility financed project focuses on improving water security in the Yallahs and Hope River watershed areas. more

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