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Jamaican coffee company rolls out new brand targeting millennials

Salada Foods Jamaica Limited gave shareholders a sneak peek on Wednesday of a new brand of coffee that is meant to tease t...

Nepal’s Development Strategy aims to double coffee production by 2022

KATHMANDU, Nepal – The Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD) is likely to endorse the five-year Coffee Development S...

Timor-Leste: Safer transport infrastructures mean a better cup of coffee

DILI, Timor Leste – “Ita gosta hemu café?” (Do you like to drink coffee?) is a standard greeting when visiting a Timorese home, given that 25% of all households in Timor-Leste grow their own coffee. And drinking fresh coffee in a Timorese home is quite an experience: always strong, black and loaded with sugar, with thick coffee grinds ...

Krispy Kreme announces two new blends to complement its Original doughnuts

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., U.S. – Krispy Kreme Doughnuts announces an all-new, freshly brewed coffee designed to be the perfect complement to its Original Glazed ...

Panama’s famous specialty coffee making its way to the Australian market

BOQUETE, Panama – Somewhere around 1,200 metres above sea level near the misty, green highland town of Boquete in the north of Panama, Landreth Laws leads tourists on a guided walk through coffee plantations. "Our coffee develops good flavours because it grows in the highlands," he said.

Crimson Cup kicks off 25th anniversary celebrations with release of 1991 blend

COLUMBUS, Ohio - In August 1991, The Fresh Prince was fresh, MS-DOS 5.0 was cutting-edge tech, fava beans were all the rag...

Imperator’s Colombia was the main “player” at the Roasting World Championships

TRIESTE, Italy – At Sigep, the Italian and world Roasting finals of the SCA circuit have just concluded, during which the ...

Uganda needs a caffeine fix: insights from Vietnam’s coffee sector

KAMPALA, Uganda – Until recently Vietnam and Uganda shared a similar trajectory in the development of their coffee sectors. Today, Vietnam has emerged as the second largest coffee producer in the world. In Uganda, poor agricultural inputs and a failing institutional environment have resulted in low yields and slower development of the sector.

Entrepreneur brings West Java coffee to New Zealand

Coffee has a way of bringing people together, and it was a coffee cupping (think wine tasting but with coffee) session at ...

Black Insomnia, Café Artesano perk up Puerto Rico coffee, one tree at a time

LAS MARIA, Puerto Rico – The world’s strongest coffee brand, Black Insomnia Coffee, is partnering with non-profit organiza...