From Brazil to Vietnam to Kenya, rising fertiliser prices are tightening the belts of coffee farmers. Global Coffee Report examines the current state of play, the impact of war, and why money does talk.
Dr Aaron Davis at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and colleagues from Uganda, reveal new insights into the history of Liberica coffee, and the potential of excelsa coffee as major crop plant in an era of anthropogenic climate change.
Vittoria Food & Beverage Managing Director Rolando Schirato talks about the reality of navigating a business post-pandemic, top issues impacting roasters, and where to next for the third-generation company.
Coffee Planet Managing Director Jamie Brown on the importance of building company culture, exploring new markets, and growing in line with the Middle East’s strong demand for specialty coffee.
Nestlé has unveiled the Nescafé́ Plan 2030 to help drive regenerative agriculture, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve farmer livelihoods. Read more
Löfbergs Group has always valued its sustainable ethos, and through a new collaborative partnership, the company is set to expand the horizons of what’s possible for the longevity of the global coffee industry.
When Vietnamese coffee producer Tran Quang was looking to build a state-of-the-art coffee plant, it opted for an RFB roaster from Neuhaus Neotec with extraction equipment from sister company Devex, both part of Germany’s Kahl Group.