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Brazil: Why Is Organic Coffee Rare?
This is a complete guide to the context of organic coffee production in Brazil. It also introduces the partnership of APAS Coffee in the South of Minas Gerais and Kaffeemacher in Switzerland.
Why roasters are choosing to be price takers
As defining “fair prices” for coffee remains elusive, specialty roasters are targeting power imbalances in sourcing to ensure better pay for farmers. Learn why roasters are choosing to become price takers and find resources to guide your pricing decisions.
Six initiatives to make coffee prices break free from the c-market
The coffee industry is a breeding ground for ideas on how to tackle supply chain inequalities. Learn which initiatives and pricing models have been developed to eschew the c-market and answer the million-dollar question: how can we set prices that support sustainable production?
What is a fair price to pay to a small coffee farmer in Peru?
Exporting company Allpa Ruru breaks down the cost of production and earnings of Peruvian smallholders, compares current numbers to the country's estimated living income and presents key facts about the payment structure and the local supply chain. See how much farmers are getting paid and what they need to make a living.
Algrano's Market Review - 2021 European Roaster Trends
Download the full report and learn key factors influencing roasters' purchase behaviour, the areas of greatest potential for investment for coffee producers and exporters, communication trends and preferred channels, the price limit that roasters are willing to pay for coffee, regardless of quality, and trends for the year and areas of growth in 2021.