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Nine Myths About Coffee Farmer Development: Relationship Coffee in Indonesia

(Editor’s note: This article by Jeff Neilson, Diany Faila Sophia Hartatri, and Mark Vicol originally appeared in the January/February 2019 issue of Roast Magazine. Links have been added for context.) The global…

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Robusta Coffee Not as Robust Against Rising Temperatures, Research Shows

New research suggests that robusta coffee plants may not be as robust as commonly considered, particularly in environments with rising temperatures due to climate change. A study built upon 10…

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Good News for Coffee in the American Cancer Society’s Updated Diet Guidelines

The American Cancer Society has updated its guidelines for diet and physical activity for the first time since 2012, sharing evidence that coffee may help people reduce the chance of…

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National Coffee Association Paper Promotes Coffee’s Potential to Reduce Depression

A new white paper commissioned by the National Coffee Association of the United States suggests that coffee drinkers are less likely to suffer from depression by as much as one…

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This Invasive Little Squirmer Might Help Fight Coffee Leaf Rust

With its ability to destroy coffee plants, spread and wipe out whole harvests and plantations, coffee leaf rust has been plaguing coffee growers for generations, including most recently throughout the…

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