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The craft coffee trend: it’s pricey, but farmers aren’t getting rich

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Consumers pay a premium for specialty products, in theory supporting higher wages for farmers. But it will take more to make these markets truly sustainable

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Collaborating to combat the impact of climate change on the coffee industry

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Sustainability project aims to improve crop quality and yields on coffee farms in Uganda

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Enjoy your coffee – you may soon not be able to afford it

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As the world’s water supplies increasingly dry up, from bread to fruit and coffee, will there be drastic increases in food costs?

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Wake up and smell the coffee: it’s time to carry a reusable cup

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We throw away mountains of disposable cups every year. It’s time to address our ineptitude and carry a cup with us

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Coffee to rugs and farmers to factories: Fair Trade USA is in growth mode

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CEO Paul Rice is expanding Fair Trade USA but critics accuse him of cutting corners and diluting the fair trade mission

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Trouble brewing: has success spoiled Green Mountain?

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From a startup with sustainable credentials to a global coffee brewer that is shunning the environment for consumer convenience, Keurig Green Mountain has lost its way . . . → Read More: Trouble brewing: has success spoiled Green Mountain?

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Starbucks turns coffee ground to milk in Japan

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The coffee giant is using space-age techniques with contact lens manufacturer to make milk from used coffee grounds, but the future of coffee recycling may lie in more scalable solutions . . . → Read More: Starbucks turns coffee ground to milk in Japan

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Ex-Starbucks entrepreneur wants you to eat your coffee

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By making it possible to eat coffee cherries, start-up Coffee Flour aims to reduce waste and create a new food source . . . → Read More: Ex-Starbucks entrepreneur wants you to eat your coffee

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Ikawa coffee roasting machines are set to create a stir

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A hi-tech device may ultimately cut an elaborate supply chain and create better links between farmers and consumers
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The common ground between coffee geeks and growers

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With climate change decimating the harvest, caring about coffee is not just a hipster indulgence . . . → Read More: The common ground between coffee geeks and growers

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