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WCR releases open-access Coffea arabica genetic fingerprinting database

PORTLAND, OR, USA – World Coffee Research (WCR) has announced the release of an arabica coffee genetic fingerprint database that will make variety authentication...

World Coffee Research (WCR) is exploring opportunities for Robusta R&D to unleash the full potential of C. canephora

PORTLAND, USA – Over the past year, World Coffee Research (WCR) has been deepening its work in robusta, including laying the groundwork for a...

US coffee welcomes new bill to protect coffee supplies

WASHINGTON, USA – The National Coffee Association (NCA), World Coffee Research (WCR), the Synergistic Hawaii Agricultural Council (SHAC), and the Hawaii Coffee Association (HCA)...

Wcr and Promecafe announce the launch of two new manuals of best practices

PLAYA HERRADURA, Costa Rica - World Coffee Research (WCR) and Promecafe are pleased to announce today the launch of two new manuals of best...

First cherries from Imlvt Project harvested in Huehuetenango, Guatemala

HUEHUETENANGO, Guatemala – When World Coffee Research (WCR) formed in 2012, one of the first initiatives the organization launched was the International Multilocation Variety...

Dunkin’ and NDCP announce strategic initiative to boost coffee sustainability

CANTON, Mass., U.S. — Just ahead of National Coffee Day this Saturday, Dunkin' and National DCP (NDCP), the franchisee-owned supply chain management cooperative, yesterday...

COLOMBIA SENSORY TRIAL – What difference does variety make?

Can a coffee variety bred for performance match a natural variety in aroma, fragrance, and taste? World Coffee Research (WCR) and Catholic Relief Services...

COLOMBIA SENSORY TRIAL – What difference does coffee variety make?

BALTIMORE, MD, US – Can a coffee variety bred for performance match a natural variety in aroma, fragrance, and taste? World Coffee Research (WCR) and...

WCR – Leonardo Lombardini takes Deputy Director post

COLLEGE STATION, TX, US – Dr. Leonardo Lombardini, Associate Professor in the Department of Horticultural Sciences at Texas A&M University, has recently joined World...

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