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The Signs You’re About to Get a Bad Cup

Starbucks has been criticized for its coffee quality, with former barista Dylan Clair revealing several signs that customers can be warned of when they are about to be served a

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Introducing Three New Bean Varieties To Enhance Food Security For Colombian Coffee-Growing Families

Three new bush bean varieties, BIO103-SGA, BIO105-SGA, and BIO109-SGA, have been released at the Cenicafé-FNC Naranjal Experimental Station in Colombia. These cultivars have high iron and zinc content, tolerance to drought, pests, and diseases, and higher yield potential than traditional beans. They can achieve up to 2 tons per hectare

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DoubleShot’s Roastmaster Writing a Coffee-Table Tell-All

Tulsa iconoclast Brian Franklin is launching a coffee-table book about coffee, aiming to expose an industry in need of a gut check. Franklin, founder of DoubleShot Coffee Co., was a purist in a Starbucks world who lived in an apartment without utilities after living out of his car for two

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‘The Farm Was Dying’: Hawaii Island’s Coffee Industry Faces a Formidable Threat

Coffee leaf rust is posing a threat to the coffee industry in Hawaii, with the fungus first found in 2020. Farmers are working with the University of Hawaii to manage the issue through extreme pruning and other measures. Greenwell Farms, one of Hawaii’s oldest family-run operations, has faced drought and

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