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International variety trial reports first data and a surprise finding in Laos

PORTLAND, U.S. – The World Coffee Research is a non-profit research and development program founded with participation or funds from thirty coffee industry groups...

World Coffee Research varieties catalog goes global with a major update

PORTLAND, OR, U.S. – Last week, the World Coffee Research (WCR) launched a major update to its Arabica Coffee Varieties catalog, expanding it to...

Forest plantations are a potent blend for a sustainable coffee production

Climate change is threatening Europe’s coffee supplies, but the impacts could be diluted by planting the crops amongst trees - a technique known as...

SCA and WCR launch new International Coffee Day Campaign

This International Coffee Day, the Specialty Coffee Association and World Coffee Research are calling on the coffee community around the globe to support innovation...

WCR kicks off verified program for coffee seed and nursery producers

COLLEGE STATION, Texas. and ANN ARBOR, Mich., U.S. - World Coffee Research (WCR) and NSF International, an independent global organization committed to protecting and...

Farmer Brothers earns McDonald’s Supplier Sustainability Award

NORTHLAKE, U.S. – Farmer Bros. Co. a national coffee roaster, wholesaler and distributor of coffee, tea and culinary products announced yesterday that it has...

Saving coffee: Scientists search for plants to solve production deficit

MANILA – The coffee industry has tapped scientists to find plants more adaptable to a changing climate after an alarming four-year deficit in coffee production, according to a Bloomberg report. The report cites that the World Coffee Research Institute is scouring countries for plant varieties and doing experiments to see which plants can survive ...

Feed the Future Partnership for Climate Smart Coffee officially launched

SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica - Against the backdrop of growing global demand for coffee, a new consortium of research institutions, conservationists and coffee experts is launching to operationalize ...

New Texas A&M center to protect key international coffee industry

COLLEGE STATION — Texas A&M University administrators and researchers are stepping up efforts to protect a worldwide multibillion dollar-a-year industry. Coffee is the main source...

The DRC’s coffee might be served at a Starbucks near you

BUKAVU, Democratic Republic of the Congo—Jeannine Balagizi is the mother of seven children, about average for a woman in South Kivu province in the...

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