Harvesting coffee cherries in Nicaragua. Source The science behind increasing global demand
By Bill (William) Murray, President & CEO, National Coffee Association
I’ve been thinking about the good news, challenges, and opportunities that face all of us in the coffee community – just as I travel to Brazil for the upcoming
World Coffee Producers Forum.
The good news should be well known to all:
last month California finally gave coffee the all clear, joining scientists worldwide in concluding that coffee does not cause cancer and may in fact protect against cancer and other diseases. Continue reading
The 4C Global Sustainability Conference will take place in Berlin on June 6, 2019
How can you implement sustainable supply chains in times of low coffee prices? What is the impact of sustainability certification? How can you use innovative technologies and integrate smallholders?
The 4C Global Sustainability Conference in Berlin will address these questions – and more. Continue reading
Demonstrate Your Commitment to Supporting #WomenInCoffee with the IWCA
By Melissa Pugash & Margaret Swallow, Co-Founders, International Women’s Coffee Alliance
Monday, October 1, 2018 is the
International Coffee Organization’s 4th Annual International Coffee Day.
Hosted by the ICO, “International Coffee Day is a global celebration of coffee’s long journey from the farm to your local shop — an opportunity to honor the women and men who grow and harvest the coffee we love.”
The seventy-seven member states of the ICO selected “Women in Coffee” as the theme for this year’s International Coffee Day.