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Looking Towards the Future of Guatemalan CoffeeDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Seedlings at Finca Huixoc. Courtesy photo. Guatemalan coffee has long held a place of honor among specialty coffee roasters. Regional names like Antigua, Cobán, and Huehuetenango are familiar to many, and are frequently synonymous with exceptional quality. The… Source link

The Extraction Gets Caught Slamming Some Joe at the Impeachment HearingsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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The Extraction Gets Caught Slamming Some Joe at the Impeachment HearingsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Domingo Muguira Revualta. Photo courtesy of Descamex. Domingo Muguira Revelta, the founder of the long-running Mexican decaffeination company Descamex and the coffee brand Los Portales, passed away after heart failure on Nov. 1 in Córdoba, Veracruz. He was 80 years old…. Source link

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Coffee is Getting Cheaper, and That’s Bad NewsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Daily Coffee News file photo. Anyone who enjoys good coffee — the kind that comes in a bag, not in a can — knows a pound of quality beans will set them back by more than $10. But ask how much of that money goes to the farmer who grew those beans, and they might […]

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La Central de Café in Guatemala CityDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

La Central de Cafe in Guatemala City. La Central de Café Project Description La Central de Cafe is mainly an exporting company of the finest microlots Guatemala has to offer. Every harvest, we welcome the best roasters from around the globe to cup with us and select the… Source link

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How Climate Change is Driving Emigration from Central AmericaDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Daily Coffee News photo. Clouds of dust rose behind the wheels of the pickup truck as we hurtled over the back road in Palo Verde, El Salvador. When we got to the stone-paved part of the road, the driver slowed as the truck heaved up and down with the uneven terrain…. Source link

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The Lasting Impact of Coffee Leaf Rust: Past, Present and Future in the Fight Against Fungus

(Editor’s note: The following comes from an article by Chris Kornman that appeared in the July/August 2019 issue of Roast Magazine. Click here to read the full article.) “Lucky” is not likely to be the first descriptor you’d hear from coffee farmers when… 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

Dulce BarreraDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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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