The good news, challenges, and opportunities facing the global coffee community. Preview of the World Coffee Producers Forum in Brazil.
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Only around a third of sustainably recognized coffee is eventually traded and labelled as sustainable – a discrepancy that is being addressed by all parties involved in attempts to reduce the gap.
While there is an element of ‘circularity’ in what is currently being done in the coffee industry, a recent report from the British Coffee Association entitled ‘Bean to Bin and Beyond’ found that there was much more that could be done.
The NCA recently received an unexpected media inquiry, prompted by a recent development in the Star Wars cannon that indicates Ewoks are actually coffee farmers.
Next month, the global coffee industry will gather in Medellin for the World Coffee Producers Forum to explore how to strengthen farmers, discussing sustainability, labor, managing price volatility, and improving productivity and yields. Here, Frederick Kawuma, Secretary General of the Inter African Coffee Organization, IACO, sets the stage for these discussions by providing an overview from the producers’ perspective.
On Coffee.: Netherlands, Nicaragua, Paris, Pennsylvania, The U.S. Dec. 7th
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