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Coffee drinkers in the US reversed a six-year decline as past-day consumption rose to 64% among adults, according to the National Coffee Association. more

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Dr. Mark Corey is the National Coffee Association’s new director for scientific affair and project management. more

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Grounds for Health

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The Vermont-based organization dedicated to women’s health around the world is the inaugural recipient of the National Coffee Association’s Origin Charity of the Year Award. more

Coffee Report

Q&A: Michael Gaviña

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Michael Gaviña is the incoming chair of the National Coffee Association. He is a fourth-generation executive at F. Gaviña & Sons, Inc., responsible for pricing raw materials and managing inventory. more

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Growth in household penetration of single-serve brewers has slowed. more

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Joe DeRupo, longtime director of external relations and communicates for the National Coffee Association, left his post Nov. 30 when the position was eliminated as part of a strategic restructuring. more

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Modern Decaf

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Aging coffee drinkers are a predictable business opportunity for decaffeinators but a surprising number of younger coffee drinkers are driving growth. more

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The National Coffee Association mobilized its ranks in May to combat a border adjustment tax under discussion but not formally detailed in Congressional legislation. more

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The National Coffee Association has named a Next Generation Council to help meet the challenges facing today’s coffee industry. more

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Researchers say a spike in consumption by Generation Z and Millennials is due to innovation and artisanal quality. more

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Weekly delivery of cold brew kegs from office coffee suppliers who install bean-to-cup brewers filled with boutique local roasts are going gourmet all the way. more

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Innovation will be spotlighted at the 2017 National Coffee Association's event March 23-25 at the JW Marriott in Austin, Tex. more

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Derreck Kayongo, c.e.o. of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights will keynote the National Coffee Association’s 106th convention Mar. 23-25 in Austin, Tex. more

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Last April John K. “JD” DeMuria was named chairman of the National Coffee Association. The role calls for DeMuria to serve as advocate, educator, and service provider to members of the largest and oldest coffee association in the US. more

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A new online job resource to help connect job-seeking coffee professionals with prospective employers has launched. The site, Coffee Career Center, is the work of the National Coffee Association. more

Coffee Report

The National Coffee Association’s annual summit blends instruction with interaction to deliver practical business strategies. more

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Are US Coffee Importers Ready for FSMA?

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With the first provisions of the sweeping Food Safety Modernization Act set to take effect Sept. 19, the US coffee industry is scrambling to understand what it all means — and how to comply with minimal expense and bureaucracy. more

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The report estimates the industry generated $225.2 billion in 2015. The industry employs 1.6 million workers and coffee-related economic activity comprises 1.6% of the total US GDP. more

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German tea exports grew significantly and imports were up 5.6% to meet demand from several of the world’s oldest and most respected tea blenders. Gebrüder Wollenhaupt is one of the leading premium tea companies. more

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The Wilson Center’s Jennifer Turner turned heads at the annual National Coffee Association Summit with the revelation that 35% of China’s water is unsafe, according to the Chinese government. more

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