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Starbucks opens first new store in Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Starbucks Puerto Rico is celebrating the opening of its 25th location on the Island, a new café on the...

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 issued the following statement. “Dozens...

SCA calls on support for coffee communities affected by natural disasters

Following news that both Puerto Rico and certain states in Mexico have been devastated by natural disasters, the Specialty Coffee Association, SCA is calling...

Coffee’s fate is getting jittery as climate change puts growing areas at risk

WASHINGTON, U.S. – A century ago, Puerto Rico was a coffee-growing powerhouse that sent its finest beans across the Atlantic to satisfy the demands of the European market. Since then, the Caribbean island's role in the global market has dimmed, but coffee remains an iconic product, recently boosted by a small resurgence in coffee cultivation.

Temperatures in Puerto Rico represent a challenge for coffee growers

WASHIGTON, U.S. – Climate projections indicate Puerto Rico may be warmer and drier, likely impacting one of the Island's most iconic crops. This could result in less-favorable growing conditions in the coming decades for coffee. A new study by the USDA Caribbean Climate Hub shows that if greenhouse gas emissions and temperatures continue ...

Reviving cocoa farms in Puerto Rico, after centuries of destruction

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The dream of reviving Puerto Rico's chocolate tradition took root in Juan Carlos Vizcarrondo's mind years ago. He's always been obsessed with flowers and trees. As a boy, he planted so much greenery in his mother's backyard, there was hardly room to walk.

Dunkin’ Donuts Plans Puerto Rico Expansion

CANTON, Mass., U.S. - Dunkin' Donuts, has announced plans to develop new restaurants in Puerto Rico, with an initial focus in San Juan's metropolitan...

Puerto Rico Coffee Roasters owes nearly $68K in back wages, damages and penalties after US Labor Department investigation

GUAYNABO, Puerto Rico — If you live in Puerto Rico, the coffee you drink was likely harvested, packed and shipped by workers who toil...

Starbucks and Baristas Del Caribe, LLC enter licensing agreement in Puerto Rico

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Starbucks Coffee Company and Baristas Del Caribe, LLC, an affiliate of Empresas Fonalledas, a leading family-owned Puerto Rican group...

U.S. Congress to grant another $1 million to fight coffee berry borer in Hawaii, Puerto Rico

Hawaii’s congressional delegation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday the grant of another $1 million, to be shared with Puerto Rico, to...

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