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Folgers Brand reunites loved ones over coffee this holiday season

ORRVILLE, Ohio, U.S. – This holiday season, Folgers is partnering with StoryCorps, a non-profit organization dedicated to ...

Songwa Estates to exhibit at the Cafe Show in Seoul (9-12 November)

SEOUL, South Korea – Songwa Estates will exhibit at the Cafe Show in Seoul (9-12 November), the 2017 venue for the World B...

Hanns R. Neumann Stiftung: new project for coffee farmers in Uganda

Good agricultural practices, higher yields, better incomes for coffee-producing smallholder farmers - with these goals Han...

Costa Foundation expands into 10th country, in 10th anniversary year

LONDON, UK – The Costa Foundation has announced the development of a new school project in Zambia. The country will be the...

Building an inclusive and accessible coffee supply chain – from bean to cup

The Lucy Foundation is a Kiwi social enterprise empowering people with disabilities in New Zealand and Mexico to work in t...

SCA members rally to support disaster relief in Mexico and Puerto Rico

MILAN - Following the natural disasters that have hit Puerto Rico and Mexico, the Specialty Coffee Association, or SCA has...

International Coffee Day: Your opportunity to give back to the farmers

The first of October is the International Coffee Day. Think of it as a holiday for coffee lovers. The Coffee Kids team bel...

Coffee industry gives deaf community in South Africa a boost

Italian premium coffee brand Lavazza and SPAR Bean Tree coffee shops have partnered to support the deaf community in South...

National sustainability curriculum of Arabica launched in Indonesia

The Sustainable Coffee Platform of Indonesia (SCOPI) has launched a National Sustainability Curriculum for Arabica (NSC-A)...

A Christchurch cafe is using the power of coffee to solve global problems

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand – It's Friday morning and the Addington Coffee Co-op is bustling with the busy brunch crowd. Today's customers include mums and babies on the comfy couches, business types conducting meetings over the tables and solo customers plugging away at laptops.