Empowering Families Through Coffee, Today and Always

A message from the International Women’s Coffee Alliance and the National Coffee Association During this time of challenge and significant hardship, sheltering in place has brought us closer to our families and loved ones. Coffee continues to provide comfort, health and perhaps the one routine that continues uninterrupted.  And so it is this week, the … Continue reading Empowering Families Through Coffee, Today and Always

Drink Coffee, Be Happy: Coffee drinkers are less likely to be depressed

New research out of Harvard Medical School shows coffee drinkers are less likely to be depressed than non-drinkers. “Don’t talk to me till I’ve had my morning coffee.” We’ve all heard that cliché before – but a new review conducted by Dr. Alan Leviton, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, of existing, independent research, … Continue reading Drink Coffee, Be Happy: Coffee drinkers are less likely to be depressed

What’s Next for Coffee Prices in 2020?

By Bill (William) Murray, President & CEO, National Coffee Association After hitting historic lows in mid-2019, coffee prices began to rebound in November of 2019, an upward slope that continued through the end of December 2019.  Dramatic world events in early January 2020 have already caused spikes in commodity markets – including in the price … Continue reading What’s Next for Coffee Prices in 2020?

Coffee is good for everyone – and more is better

With the UN General Assembly kicking off this week in New York and the International Coffee Organization convening in London next week, we’re heading into a busy time for the global coffee community. With all the travel hours ahead of us, it’s a good time to pause and reflect on the hard questions and big … Continue reading Coffee is good for everyone – and more is better