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Read the Final Declaration from the Second World Coffee Producer’s ForumDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

In a time of downward global prices on the commodities market, the second World Coffee Producers Forum took place last week in Campinas, Brazil. Since its inception in 2017 to today, the forum has maintained a focus on the prosperity and wellbeing of the  world’s… Source link

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Colombia Launches Coffee Price Stabilization FundDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Iván Duque speaking at Agroexpo last week in Colombia. Photo via the office of the President of the Republic of Colombia. Colombian President Iván Duque signed into law a new fund late last week designed to support the country’s smallholder farmers in times of… Source link

The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Vitória, Brazil
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The Sprudge Coffee Guide To Vitória, Brazil

When visiting Brazil, tourists may never hear about Vitória, the island where you’ll find the capital Espírito Santo. It boasts Brazil’s largest urban mangrove, which together with the water, vegetation, and local fauna makes for a unique ecosystem: a boat ride… Source link

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Brazilian Researchers Break New Ground on Coffee's 'Biennial Effect'Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine
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Brazilian Researchers Break New Ground on Coffee’s ‘Biennial Effect’Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

This coffee plant is the cultivar ‘Catigua’ in its high production year. Catigua is one of the most commercially grown cultivars in Brazil. Photo by César Elias Botelho. Used with permission. The “biennial effect” in coffee — the idea that yields from coffee… Source link

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Coffee Giants Brazil and Colombia Meet to Address Price CrisisDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

World Coffee Producers Forum photo. Coffee leaders from Brazil and Colombia, the world’s two largest producers of arabica coffee, met in advance of next month’s World Coffee Producers Forum in Brazil to discuss solutions to the ongoing price crisis. Held at the… Source link

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132 Years of Groundbreaking Coffee Research at Brazil’s IACDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

The IAC circa 1920s. Courtesy photo. One of the oldest agricultural research centers in the world, the Agronomic Institute of Campinas (IAC) has had a remarkably powerful influence over the development of coffee in Brazil and, by extension, the world. The institute can… Source link

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Shade Grown Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Bird Friendly, Researchers FindDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

In coffee, the ongoing assumption is that the term “shade-grown” connotes increased biodiversity and some amount of bird friendliness. Yet as the local environmental effects of coffee-driven deforestation and agroforestry become better understood, researchers from… Source link

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Mysterious HR-61 Sets Grounds for Health Auction Record at $151.10/lbDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Green Coffee. Daily Coffee News file photo. Donations from more than two dozen coffee-related companies helped generate more than $30,000 in the Spring Grounds for Health auction. In addition to giving quality specialty coffees, equipment and some business services to… Source link

Going From Seed To Cup At Unique Cafés Especiais In São Lourenço, Brazil
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Going From Seed To Cup At Unique Cafés Especiais In São Lourenço, Brazil

São Lourenço is a touristy little town in the heart of Mantiqueira de Minas, one of Brazil’s most notorious specialty coffee producing regions in the state of Minas Gerais. The town’s Parque das Águas (water park) occupies a 400,000-square-meter green area… Source link