Take part in the survey: Market trends in the coffee market in 2022

Survey: market trends for the coffee sector in 2022

Calling all coffee roasters in Europe & producers all over the world to answer our market survey exploring new sourcing and production trends. The results will be published as a market review free to download!

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Take part in the survey to help us create a high-quality free market report

Help provide key information so that fellow coffee producers, roasters and yourself can better navigate the current events shaping our industry. If access to time-sensitive market analysis is usually a costly affair, we believe that making high-quality information free is paramount for the sustainability and prosperity of the supply chain.

All information shared will remain anonymous. Enter your email address at the end of the survey to receive a gift from us. The survey must be completed by Sunday, February 6, 2022.



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English (roasters and producers)

Spanish (producers only)

Portuguese  (producers only)

Estimated completion time: 15 minutes

Our gift to you


To thank you for your time and dedication, we have two giveaways for participants. All roasters who answer the survey will be given access to a 1-month free subscription to the online training series of Emma Haines of London Coffee School and Caffeina Consulting , including espresso extraction, full drinks menu and grinder calibration. Participants from producer organizations will receive a 50% discount on the 1-year subscription to Cropster Origin Foundation or Professional!

Our research partners

Elisa Criscione

Elisa is the creator of Digital Coffee Future and the Founder and Lead Consultant of Expressing Origin, a consultancy that supports coffee stakeholders to digitalize their value chains and tech providers to improve their solutions. 

Nora Burkey

Nora is the founder of The Chain Collaborative, a non-profit in the coffee sector that invests in local leaders around the world to develop and implement community projects for livelihood improvements. She is part of the Creator's Group for the Coffee Sustainability Program of the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA). 

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