Lower coffee bean output from the world’s largest producer, Brazil, and rising global coffee demand are likely to see prices of the commodity rising in 2022. Extreme… Read More »Brazil lowers coffee output to keep prices high in 2022
International Coffee Day feels very different this year. Introduced by the International Coffee Organization (ICO) on October 1 2015 to raise awareness of the product and the… Read More »Coffee bean prices have doubled in the past year and may double again – what’s going on?
The Coffee, Forest & Climate Agreement has been signed by the Colombian Government and a collection of representative groups on behalf of the country’s exporters,… Read More »Colombia the first country to sign the Coffee, Forest & Climate Agreement.
How much would you pay for a cup of coffee? If a filter coffee cost the same as a glass of whiskey, would you drink… Read More »What would happen if coffee became more expensive?
According to joint research by Cenicafé Researchers from the National Coffee Research Center (Cenicafé), along with Bayer AG of Germany, recorded 250 species of insects… Read More »Colombian coffee farming is home to at least 88 native bee species, says new research
In Colombia, one of the world coffee mecca’s, exports of the crop fell 52% in May compared to the same month last year due to… Read More »Colombian coffee exports in May drop 52% from May 2020 due to roadblocks and protests
If your day started with a cup of coffee, there’s a good chance your morning brew came from Colombia. Home to some of the finest… Read More »Here is how climate change affects Colombia’s coffee production, shows new study
No coffee farmer in Colombia is allowed to export coffee without paying the mighty coffee federation, historically one of the main promoters of fascist economics.… Read More »The role of fascism in Colombia | Part 1: the coffee corporatists
Today, Colombia is the third-biggest coffee producing country in the world, behind only Brazil and Vietnam. Ask anybody that you meet where coffee grows, and… Read More »How Did Colombia Become So Famous For Its Coffee?
Colombia is in the middle of peak harvest season right now, which for many farmers means hiring as much temporary labor as is available in… Read More »COVID-19 Is Causing Labor Shortages On Colombian Coffee Farms