The long-awaited Melbourne International Coffee Expo is set to reunite the international coffee community once again.
Researchers from the University of Queensland, Australia have discovered through genetic analysis that coffee consumption may not affect pregnancy after all.
Cold brew coffee has exploded in popularity over the past few years, and as such, it’s become a staple product for cafés and other hospitality businesses around the world.
Researchers examine how the livelihoods of smallholder coffee farmers in Colombia and Bolivia can be improved through high-quality coffee products.
Espresso coffee has long been an affordable staple in Italian culture, but the rise of specialty coffee is calling for a reviewed pricing structure. Global Coffee Report speaks to Italian roasters to understand the price debate and why the decision is not as easy as people might assume.
Probat’s Connecting Markets Symposium returns to answer the questions of today and those of tomorrow, and give attendees the first look at its new manufacturing facility.
Faema has reconnected to the world of cycling with its official sponsorship of the Giro d’Italia at a time when community connection and unity is needed most.
Camila Escobar, President of Colombian-based multinational coffeehouse Juan Valdez talks to Global Coffee Report about the significance of opening its 500th store.
Martin Strehl, CEO of the Eversys Group, on how the manufacturing industry is recovering post-pandemic and why communication and relationships have become more important than ever.
New ICO Executive Director Vanusia Nogueira on the importance of uniting the private and public sector to address the long-term sustainability of the global coffee sector and reaffirming the organisation as the centre of coffee diplomacy.