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My Journey in Coffee

My journey in coffee began in June of 2020. At this time, I was just starting out and looking for direction. Some of this came through a great conversation I had with a very pleasant Diedrich representative, Margie Paulson, who was very informative and sparked my interest in their roasting

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What Our Coffee Myth Says About Our Industry

Every significant contribution to humanity has its origin, story, or myth. Coffee comes complete with a rather charming myth of its discovery. This story has held intact with some variations throughout the ages for hundreds of years now. I will paraphrase the myth as the true focus of this article

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Boosted Profits

Valuable Products Conveyed Without Using Air For coffee roasters and processing companies with high-value product susceptible to damage, material breakage and loss is a costly problem that can damage the bottom line. Tubular cable conveyors can significantly reduce product damage, maintenance, energy use, and noise. Even a difference between 1%

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Shelf Stable Cold Brew Shines

Roasters & Retailers Embrace New Innovations Cold coffee, it’s a hot seller, and consumers can find it everywhere, from cafés to grocery, convenience, and online. Historically, it’s been difficult for roasters and retailers to scale a cold coffee program for growth across all these channels. Shelf-stable cold brew breaks down

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Study provides mechanistic insight into effects of regular coffee

A recent research funded by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee (ISIC) and published in Molecular Psychiatry offers unique insights into the functional and connectivity changes that occur in

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Climate change: Consumer pose ‘growing threat’ to tropical forests

Rising imports in wealthy countries of coffee, cocoa and other products are a “growing threat” to forests in tropical regions according to a new study. Read more • bbc.com