Coffee News Club: Week of November 7th

Could coffee power your car? Plus, producers in Brazil default on their coffee contracts, and drinking coffee while pregnant could lead to shorter children.
by Fionn Pooler | November 7, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of October 31st

Coffee isn't free of child labor, despite third-party efforts. Plus, the founder of scandal-hit Luckin Coffee is back with a new venture, and Starbucks agrees to bargain with unionized workers—only to walk out immediately.
by Fionn Pooler | October 31, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of October 24th

At Starbucks, the facade of progressivism is cracking from the inside out, more crystal ball gazing about the future of coffee, and how to biohack your brain using coffee (sort of).
by Fionn Pooler | October 24, 2022

Now and Then Coffee Hosts Raffle To Support Floridians Affected By Hurricane Ian

Tampa-based coffee company Now and Then has organized a virtual and in-person raffle to raise funds for Floridians affected by the recent hurricane.
by Ashley Rodriguez | October 18, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of October 17th

Are we all just destined to drink coffee at home from now on? Are we doing enough to combat climate change to preserve the future of coffee? We ask these questions and pour one…
by Fionn Pooler | October 17, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of October 10th

The climate crisis continues to ravage coffee crops in Colombia, Brazil, and Kenya. And yet, big conglomerates continue to expand unabated and unphased.  
by Fionn Pooler | October 10, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of October 3rd

Announcing the 2022 World Coffee Champions, Brazil admits coffee projections are flawed, and Nespresso enlists George Clooney to warn us about climate change.
by Fionn Pooler | October 3, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of September 26th

Coffee stockpiles are lower than ever in Brazil, Gen Z drives the ‘fourth wave,’ and coffee may help some men with prostate cancer live longer.
by Fionn Pooler | September 26, 2022

Coffee News Club: Week of September 19th

Big US coffee chains bounce back from the pandemic, a new guide encouraging equitable coffee buying, and Starbucks is again extending benefits—but only to non-unionized employees.
by Fionn Pooler | September 19, 2022

Help Support The Future of Umeshiso

Umeshiso is known for its rainbow cupping spoons and has started a GoFundMe to launch the products you’ve all been waiting for.
by Fresh Cup Staff | September 13, 2022