#91 | A Sixth Era of Coffee? Specialty and Sustainability in Historical and Anthropological Perspective | WOC Lectures 2019

This session brings together recent work on the history and anthropology of coffee in the context of a discussion about the role of specialty in rebalancing the fundamentals of the market. Professor Jonathan Morris presents an overview of the history of price volatility across the five eras of coffee history he has identified, with some …

Meet the 2020 SCA Lithuania Chapter Committee

SCA members in Lithuania have cast their ballots in the 2020 elections to select their new leadership. Today, we are delighted to welcome the SCA Lithuania Chapter’s new committee: National Coordinator: Nidas Kiuberis Membership/Community Coordinator: Viktorija Martinkiene Marketing & Communications Coordinator: Diana Augunaite Events Coordinator: Laurynas Arlauskas Education Coordinator: Akvile Armonaite   We send a special thank you to …

Constructing Education: Meet SCA Education Content Creator David Miller

SUSIE KEALY draws a spotlight to one of our long-term volunteers in a series on SCA News. This month, she’s interviewed DAVID MILLER, a content creator for the new Coffee Technicians Program (CTechP) and chair of the Coffee Technicians Guild (CTG) Education Committee. A former mechanic with an extensive expertise in repairs and maintenance, the …

#90 | Trends in the European Coffee Market | WOC Lectures 2019

Consumer-driven changes will reshape the global coffee world. To help companies throughout the coffee value chain prepare for the future, today’s presenters – Maria Catroviejo and Michaël de Groot – look ten years ahead at key change they expect to stir up the coffee market, offering a TED-style discussion about how changes in consumer preferences, …