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Demystifying the coffee supply chain

10 Nov 2022

Two Jaén Cooperatives Addressing Deforestation in Coffee Production

Deforestation has become a common ground for Peruvian coffee. By promo...

31 Aug 2022

Want Green Coffee From Smallholders? Then You Must Check These New Producers!

A group of Indonesian coffee farmers with a very special terroir and a...

10 Aug 2022

New producers with fermented & organic green coffee beans on Algrano

An exporting company co-founded by an award-winning barista that devel...

19 Jul 2022

Sourcing coffee beyond cooperatives in Colombia with La Casiana

Transitioning from local sales to the international market can seem im...

01 Jul 2022

Nyamurinda: owned by women, employing women, promoting women’s coffee

The sisters behind Nyamurinda are launching a series of coffees on Alg...

09 Jun 2022

He's a non-certified organic experimental farmer. They call him madman

Meet Igork Chavez of Mancile Cafe, an agronomist, self-taught speciali...

06 Jun 2022

The Peace Crops project: protecting communities at risk through coffee

Colombia’s illegal armed groups pose a great challenge to communities ...

26 Apr 2022

A new-gen mill putting coffee farmers first in Nicaragua

Sajonia Estate Coffee is offering a range of single-farm coffees on th...

08 Apr 2022

The journey of two fine robustas from the Scotland of India to Algrano

Venkids Valley Estate is one of the new producers onboarded by Algrano...

02 Mar 2022

Doga Coffee: new generation stays at the farm to build relationships

Third generation Costa-Rican coffee producer Facundo Madrigal is bring...

18 Jan 2022

AsisteCampo: a new coffee project in Colombia’s pantry

If you’re tired of seeing the same Colombian coffees everywhere, give ...

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