Coffee News Club: Week of January 29th

Are oat milk surcharges discriminatory? A lawsuit filed against Dunkin’ thinks so. Plus, the most complete coffee genome sequencing yet, and an alternative to cold brew pasteurization. ‘All Arabica Coffee is Genetically Similar: How…
by Fionn Pooler | January 29, 2024

Coffee News Club: Week of January 22nd

Farmers fight coffee counterfeiting with fingerprints. Plus, an anti-caffeine subreddit wants you to give up your morning brew.
by Fionn Pooler | January 22, 2024

Coffee News Club: Week of January 15th

Want to use the bathroom? That’ll be $5. Plus, Starbucks faces a lawsuit over its ‘ethical’ sourcing practices, and Korea’s booming coffee industry attracts big international brands. ‘Starbucks Sued for Allegedly Using Coffee from…
by Fionn Pooler | January 15, 2024

Coffee News Club: Week of January 8th

Coffee is a cut-throat business. It's a new year—here's the coffee news for the week of January 8th, 2024.
by Fionn Pooler | January 8, 2024

The Best of Coffee News Club 2023

A tumultuous year for coffee farmers, acquisitions, and the coffee labor movement: welcome to the Fresh Cup 2023 Year in Review.
by Fionn Pooler | January 2, 2024

The Top 10 Most-Read Fresh Cup Articles of 2023

A list of the must-read articles from Fresh Cup from 2023, according to our readers. 
by Garrett Oden | December 29, 2023

The Best of Fresh Cup 2023

2023 was a year full of important articles and critical storytelling here at Fresh Cup—here's a sampling of the best articles of the year.
by Ashley Rodriguez | December 27, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of December 18th

Scientists go public on beanless coffee, the US no longer the branded coffee shop capital of the world—coffee news for the week of Dec. 18th.
by Fionn Pooler | December 18, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of December 11th

Coffee trader Mercon files for bankruptcy, more worker unions, and brewing tips from volcanoes. Coffee news for the week of December 11th.
by Fionn Pooler | December 11, 2023

Coffee News Club: Week of December 4th

You can have a $7 coffee, as a treat. Plus, the EU’s deforestation law could have unintended consequences, and Starbucks sees lackluster foot traffic on Red Cup Day.
by Fionn Pooler | December 4, 2023