In Colombia, the percentage of coffee producers who receive a sustainable income is low – by some estimates less than 40%.
The world's two largest stock indexes have suffered year-to-date declines, raising questions over how it will impact the coffee industry.
A Florence coffee shop was fined €1,000 ($1,056) this week after a customer complained about the price of its drinks.
Forest Coffee in Colombia is experimenting with a new processing technique that uses no water and can increase cup scores.
More than 500kg of cocaine were seized last Thursday in a Nespresso factory in the western Swiss canton of Fribourg.
WatchHouse's head of coffee discusses the rise of blends and why barista championships need improving.
With less than a decade to go until 2030, many fear coffee businesses have not done enough to sufficiently cut carbon emissions.
As online shopping continues its meteoric rise, clothing brands have turned to coffee to enhance the in-store customer experience.
China's 'zero-Covid' strategy is affecting the country’s green coffee imports as Shanghai enters its fourth week of lockdown.
When the price of coffee is high, many see it as cause to celebrate. But for coffee farmers in Colombia, it can lead to a number of unwanted consequences.
Russia’s specialty coffee sector is at risk of collapse due to a devalued currency and problems importing green coffee.
Founder and owner of Mayorga Coffee, Martin Mayorga, discusses the endemic issues facing the modern-day coffee industry.
The recent wave of Covid-19 lockdowns has prompted many of China’s roasters to source coffee grown domestically, according to local sources.
Despite enduring some of the world's toughest sanctions, Iran's coffee scene has continued to develop.
Breville Group has stepped up its advance on the specialty coffee sector with the $169 million purchase of Lelit Group.
Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood will be speaking at this year’s Producer & Roaster Forum in Medellín, Colombia.
As India's coffee consuming market grows, it is increasingly obvious that it will be a domestic story.
After decades of a "take-make-waste" approach, achieving a circular economy has become a top priority in the coffee sector.
Colombia's most iconic coffee-based drink could be under threat from the country's emerging specialty coffee scene.
Decades of a “take-make-waste” approach has led to a climate crisis – a circular economy could be the only way out.