Coffee’s gender data gap

Nearly 50 years ago, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) released some startling statistics on the disparity between women’s major contributions in agriculture despite minimal opportunities
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Coffee vs Fuego

In the days leading up to Sunday, 3 June, team members from the Alliance for Coffee Excellence (ACE) and Guatemala’s National Coffee Association (Anacafé) were preparing
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The era of customisation

In 1974, Burger King adopted the slogan “Have it Your Way” to communicate to patrons that they could customise their burgers – a novel concept at
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Re:co 2018 recap

In the opening address of the 10th Re:co Symposium in Seattle, United States, Peter Guiliano, Chief Research Office for the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) welcomed hundreds
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Seattle’s show

Each year, Seattle lures thousands of visitors to its thriving metropolis and urban wonderland. Some use it as the gateway to Mount Rainier and the snow-capped
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Taking on trust

In the early 1960s, the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) took a gamble on its visionary belief that coffee consumption would grow in Asia, a region
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Honduran health report

In the municipality of San Juan, Intibucá, in western Honduras, three communities are participating in a pilot program that chil undefined
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India’s wildlife watch

Dr Krithi Karanth has an impressive list of titles to her name. Her primary role is Associate Conservation Scientist, Asia, for the Wildlife Conservation Society, but
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