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Our job as coffee merchants is to tell the story of the grower, and this brief account of the life of a coffee farmer in Honduras is straight from the source ...
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The 3 Keys to the Best Tasting Coffee is one of our most foundational pieces of coffee education since it defines what it takes to make the best possible cups ...
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The q-grading of coffee is a process that consumers don’t typically get access to, and Cafe Solar is not your average coffee; it's the first solar dried coffee! It's also a supply of green coffee that’s built to mitigate climate change ...
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Better coffee is here addressing better taste and climate change mitigation. This green coffee is the product of a first-of-its-kind restorative program. Restorative Coffee is green coffee that is produced sustainably and is restoring forests in growing regions ...
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In this podcast Fabiola Rodriguez, doctoral student from Tulane University, talks about coffee growing and migratory birds in the context of her areas of study: ornithology, ecology, and conservation. She also compares types of coffee farms and how they affect bird habitat ...
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Roasting your own coffee is not just an enjoyable part of the overall coffee experience, it allows you to drink the freshest cups available anywhere, anytime ...
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Beautiful, jasmine-scented coffee flowers in celebration of Mother's (Earth) Day. Good, green coffee thrives naturally in biodiverse forests.
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The carbon calculations to produce coffee are done, and consumers can afford to offset the production of coffee's carbon footprint. It equals less than $0.02 per cup! ...
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"Korean food is regarded as a genuine slow food". This is how Chef SungSook Han opened the evening with a little food for thought ...
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There’s no debating or denying it, 2020 will be a decisive decade. Our world offers an abundance of information, but our ecological time clock is running out. We’re more connected than ever before, and yet this vast network can feel so vacuous ... this is there coffee comes in!
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Greta Thunberg, 16, is perhaps the most prominent voice in the climate and environment crisis movement today. She started the Fridays for Future school-strike in 2018, leaving class every Friday to sit in front of the Swedish Parliament, striking for climate action:
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