September 5, 2022

Resolving environmental issues in coffee production

Coffee is one of the most traded commodities in the world, which means it is produced and exported on a mass global scale. Naturally, large-scale...

August 29, 2022

Understanding the relationship between cycling & coffee production

Many coffee farms across the Bean Belt are located in remote, rural areas in low-to-middle income countries. This means that while green coffee might be...

June 21, 2022

How can green coffee auctions be used to promote wider social initiatives?

Green coffee auctions are a popular platform for buying and selling coffee around the world, as well as a means to connect producers to a...

April 28, 2022

How can the coffee industry help to rehabilitate ex-offenders?

Across the world, it is sadly all too common for ex-offenders to reoffend and find themselves back in prison. In the US, over 76% of...

November 29, 2021

Environmentally sustainable coffee production & profitability

In today’s coffee sector, the word “sustainable” is being used with increasing frequency. More than ever, brands and businesses are realising the social, economic, and...

October 14, 2021

How to host a sustainable latte art throwdown

In recent years, latte art throwdowns have become a staple of the coffee sector, allowing baristas and coffee enthusiasts to celebrate one of the more...

August 30, 2021

Social initiatives in coffee-producing communities

Around the world, some 25 million families depend on coffee production for their income, and 80% of the global coffee supply is produced by smallholder...

February 5, 2021

A guide to coffee production in Nicaragua

Much like in other Central American countries, coffee production has played an important role in Nicaragua’s history and economic development. Coffee was first cultivated in...