Inside Roast Magazine's July/August 2019 Issue (Now Shipping)Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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Inside Roast Magazine’s July/August 2019 Issue (Now Shipping)Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Roast Magazine July/August 2019 issue. Cover photo by Mark Shimahara. The July/August issue of Roast takes a look at the lasting impact of the coffee leaf rust epidemics that have swept through coffee growing regions over the past century, the current battle against the… Source link

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Farmers in Honduras Fight for Their Coffee LivesDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The Capucas mountains in Copan, Honduras. Photo by Marlen Mendoza. Hidden in the crevices of lush hills and long dirt roads, a diamond in the rough is found at the top of the Capucas mountains in Copan, Honduras. Café Capucas Co-op (Cooperativa Cafetalera Capucas Ltda.)… Source link

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Coffee Farmers Face Increasing Pressure To MigrateDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

This Guatemalan coffee nursery represents a small part of the labor, cost and risk farmers face when deciding to invest in their coffee farms. Photo by Oscar Leiva/Silverlight for CRS The drivers of migration remain the usual suspects: climate change, debt, prices, and,… Source link

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An Elusive Quest?Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Photo Credit: Philip Laubner, courtesy of CRS Coffeelands. Recurrent drought, which decreases both coffee and staple crop yields, can contribute to the decision to migrate. Francisco* migrated to Guatemala City several years ago. He worked the night shift, behind the… Source link