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A Marketing Opportunity for Roasters and FarmersDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Fermentation tubs at the Cohorsil cooperative in Siguatepeque, Honduras. Photo by David Alejandro Hernandez (Editor’s note: This article written by Justin Will originally appeared in the March/April 2017 issue of Roast magazine.) From a marketing perspective, coffee… Source link

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The Extraction Stirs Widdershins to Ward Off Something NegativeDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The Brim 8 Cup Pourover Coffee Maker at the SCA Expo in Boston. Daily Coffee News photo by Nick Brown. Just in time to look its best at the SCA Expo in Boston, home appliance maker Sensio announced that its Brim brand coffeemaker had attained certification into the SCA… Source link

The Fascinating History and Renewal of Brazil's Yellow BourbonDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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The Fascinating History and Renewal of Brazil’s Yellow BourbonDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Yellow Bourbon in the field. All photos courtesy of Jonas Ferraresso. Known for its yellow fruit in the mature stage — a distinct departure from the cherry reds of every other coffee variety — the Yellow Bourbon has become something of a coffee jewel in Brazil. While… Source link

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Can Selling Coffee In Cherry Be Profitable?Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

CRS Coffeelands photo by Morgan Arnold It is often taken as accepted wisdom that smallholders need to move up the value chain — aggregate, process, trade directly — to be competitive and profitable in the coffee industry. Smallholders who aren’t part of a… Source link

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Dulce BarreraDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Dulce Barrera (Editor’s note: This is part of a series of interviews featuring women taking part in the inaugural Women in Coffee Project panel discussion next month in New York City. The interviews have been conducted in English and in Spanish by professional coffee… Source link

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Fair Prices Desperately Needed to End Coffee Farmer PovertyDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Long championed by governments, private companies and nonprofits as a means of driving development, coffee has become one of the world’s most traded commodities. But while both consumer demand and prices have continued to increase, and coffee companies have registered… Source link

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The Extraction Comes From The Schrödinger Quantum Percolator

The Starbucks Reserve Roastery in New York City. File photo by Matt Glac/Starbucks Consumers savvy to fluctuations and crashes in coffee’s commodity market price might wonder why the retail price of coffee stays the same or goes up even when the “C” price goes… Source link

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S&D’s Tracy Ging on Consumer Connections and Finding Her VoiceDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

All photos courtesy of Tracy Ging/S&D Coffee. Used with permission.  Last month, Concord, North Carolina-based S&D Coffee & Tea announced the promotion of its chief commercial officer Tracy Ging to the position of executive vice president and chief business officer…. Source link

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Colorimeters Versus SpectrophotometersDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

(Editor’s note: This is a preview of an article by Chris Hallien that appeared in the March/April 2019 issue of Roast magazine. Click here to read the full article.) Roast analysis is a critical step in ensuring finished-product quality and consistency in the… Source link