Making Coffee History: Yemenia

Qima Coffee made a historic announcement last week with the discovery of Yemenia, a new genetic mother population of arabica.
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 26, 2020

Learn About Grand Paradé Coffee’s Mission

Grand Paradé Coffee is a Black-owned, woman-owned, and sustainably focused coffee importer and roaster founded by Kavi Bailey, a Kenyan native and ex-Wall Street Portfolio Manager.
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 26, 2020

Genuine Origin Expands Its Women Producer Program

Green coffee importer Genuine Origin is expanding its La Morena program to women artisans in Guatemala to promote gender equity in the industry.
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 26, 2020

<EM>Fresh Cup </EM> Earns Four TABBIE Awards

Fresh Cup earns four 2020 TABBIE awards
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 25, 2020

Costa Rica Cup of Excellence Auction

The 13th Costa Rica Cup of Excellence set two new records: the average price per pound was set at $21.71 (breaking the previous record of $21.69 in 2018), while all 26 lots up for…
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 19, 2020

Do You Know? Jennifer “Vern” Long

Get to know the CEO of World Coffee Research, Jennifer "Vern" Long
by Caitlin Carter | August 18, 2020

Reintroducing ComeTogether.Coffee

Fellow Products, a leader in coffee product design, created the ComeTogether.Coffee platform, a place where cafés are highlighted so consumers can support businesses financially.
by Fresh Cup Staff | August 12, 2020

5 Minutes With: Frankie Volkema, Joven Coffee

Francesca “Frankie” Volkema, the world’s youngest Q grader, has created her own coffee line, Joven Coffee.
by Caitlin Carter | August 4, 2020

illy Launches #OneMakesTheDifference Project

International coffee brand illy is aiming to be carbon neutral by 2033, as a part of its new plan, the #OneMakesTheDifference Project.
by Fresh Cup Staff | July 29, 2020

That’s a Wrap on Re:co Symposium 2020

The coffee community united behind their screens to participate in the first-ever virtual Re:co Symposium for two days of talks, sensory evaluations, and more.
by Caitlin Carter | July 22, 2020